Sue Sorensen has operated a licensed caregiver service in Lynden, WA since 2010—she is passionate about helping senior citizens live life to its fullest.
The work that Sue and her team of Certified Nursing Assistants do provides respite and support to spousal caregivers and working children that can’t always be there for their parents.
Their services also help people age-in-place in their own home, instead of transitioning to a long-term care facility, like a nursing home.
This year, Take My Hand At-Home Care launched two convenient and affordable bundle packages for their clients.
Their Rise & Shine package helps seniors start their day in a great way—caregivers arrive in the morning to help with personal care and bathing. They also prepare nutritious meals and ensure there is a plan for taking daily medications.
Elder loneliness can impact the overall health and well-being of senior citizens–Take My Hand At-Home Care’s Companion & Care package is ideal for individuals who live at home alone. Elders can look forward to friendly caregivers arriving at their home two times per week—services include engaging conversations, light housekeeping, monitoring the home for safety issues and more.
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“Both of these packages work really well when family members don’t live locally, or when “Sandwich Generation” adult children are busy with their careers and raising children of their own. Our clients tell us they feel better knowing Take My Hand’s caregivers are checking in on their parents or grandparents each week and letting them know if we see anything concerning,” shares Sue Sorensen.
Take My Hand At-Home Care is a locally owned and operated eldercare provider. Their licensed caregivers are ready to help Whatcom County seniors with personal care tasks like bathing, dressing, meal preparation and medication monitoring – all in the comfort of their own home.