Amy’s Helping Hands is a local family-owned company dedicated to providing personalized customized elderly in home care services. Our senior care services are tailored around your family needs and designed to keep seniors independent healthy and safe, reducing stress on families and reducing the burden on the health care system.
Our services are overseen by nurse care managers to ensure all health, medical, social and safety needs are all being met. Feel free to learn how our IN HOME CARE SERVICES and caregivers can meet your family needs:
As an organization every single one of us believe seniors deserve exceptional care. We believe in enhancing the quality of life of seniors and their families. We strive to exceed and change the standards in the senior care industry.
We only hire staff we would place with our own family. They follow our strict policies and procedures and fit our special mould of being an exceptional caregiver.
Care is managed and overseen by social worker and nursing case managers. We screen, hire, train, coach, match, schedule, oversee and manage your care, all on your schedule designed around the client and family needs 24/7/365. We help our clients in their homes, retirement & nursing homes and hospitals. We provide everything from 2 hour companionship to 24 hour care, palliative care, nursing care and everything in between. Including medical alarms, memory therapy, foot care, and our adult day program.
Amy, the office staff and my caregiver provide me with caring help of the highest professional calibre. They truly enhance my quality of life and give my family peace of mind when they take care of me and help me.
I am a senior who had put in a call to Amy's Helping Hands for someone to help me in my home. The caregiver she sent me has become not only a great help but a wonderful friend. I just turned 100 years old in May.
The care my elderly parents receive from the staff at Amy's Helping Hands is A1. They are compassionate, patient, punctual and very dedicated individuals. I can't say enough positive things about Amy and her staff and the care they provide.
I am very happy with the service I have received in the 16 months I have been with Amy's Helping Hands. The personal aspect of the service is great. One day when I wasn't feeling at all well, Amy showed up at my door with chicken soup.
Services are exemplary. Staff exhibits the virtues of compassion, kindness caring and willingness to assist. They have been very helpful to my mom and our entire family.
Amy's Helping Hands is an easy agency to work for. They listen to their employees. I like my job!
Amy's Helping Hands matches their clients with a suitable caregiver. They have caring and knowledgeable caregivers.
Amy's Helping Hands is a fantastic agency that has very high quality caregivers who will be matched up with you based on personality and location.
I would recommend this agency for home care because I feel like this agency provides a lot of services that are really needed.
It is easy work, and the pay is good. It is very satisfying that you get to help people.
Caring for elders can overwhelm us Nicole Johnson, a memory therapy coach, works with a patient at Amy’s Helping Hands For caregivers, worrying about an aging relative is stressful enough. Taking care of two loved ones kicks up that stress level rise significantly. This is the daily reality for Denise and her sister who are responsible for the care of two aging relatives. For them, caregiving took a difficult turn when both relatives needed additional help over a few days. With one having hip surgery and the other being transferred to a new care facility, the situation quickly became overwhelming. “We went into crisis mode,” says Denise. “We didn’t have a clue how we were going to manage to make sure each of our relatives received the attention and care they required during this time. A staff member at the long-term care facility suggested the sisters call Amy’s Helping Hands. Denise spoke with someone from Amy’s that evening and was in their office the next morning signing paperwork…Read More
2015 Study on Family Caregivers: Who They Are and What They Do ALTHOUGHT THIS IS A US STUDY – THE THEME AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGES ARE THE SAME HERE IN CANADA – AND MIRROR SIMILAR CANADIAN STUDIES ON CAREGIVING. Caregiving in the U.S. 2015 is a joint study by the National Alliance for Caregiving and the AARP Public Policy Institute that provides recent insight into the state of family caregivers in the U.S. According to this study, nearly 44 million adults in the U.S. are now providing personal assistance for family members with disabilities or other care needs. That’s more than one out of every six adults. More than 34 million care for frail elders and nearly 4 million help children with disabilities. About 6.5 million care for both. The typical family caregiver is a 49-year-old woman who is assisting a parent or in-law and working at a paid job. She provides about 24 hours-a-week of personal assistance such as bathing or dressing or helping with activities such as shopping or rides. Almost six in 10 perform nursing or other complex…Read More
Creating a Legacy for Your Parent A common regret of adult children who have lost their parents is the wish that they had asked and understood more about their own family history. This is particularly true for family caregivers, whose focus on the present is necessitated by the practical concerns of getting through the day. Making time to learn more about the past seems like a luxury for many caregivers. But taking that time may be beneficial to those we love and care for and provide an important opportunity to redefine and enhance our familial connections. An essential challenge for our loved ones as they approach old age is to relinquish the need to exert control and to harvest the meaning of their lives through imparting legacy. Part of facilitating this important life review is to bear witness to memories, which form the very foundation of identity and can serve as an intangible link in a powerful chain that connects us to generations that came before us. As our parents struggle to come to terms with their losses,…Read More