Seniors Helping Seniors provides a human touch

February 27, 2019

There’s a lot of talk these days about how technology can help seniors remain independent, mentally fit and connected. With artificial intelligence to detect falls, virtual reality to combat isolation and clothing powered to assist the incapacitated, the tech world is marketing to the baby boomer generation more than ever before.

And there’s everything from virtual reality games where seniors can take virtual trips to foreign lands to cognitive behavioral therapy where there’s a device that serves as a personal assistant focused on seniors’ health. There are even virtual caregivers to help seniors remain in their homes longer by monitoring their condition using predictive analytics, radio waves and three-dimensional imaging to determine if they are at a higher risk level for falls and accidents.

If all this technology sounds a bit daunting, perhaps it is. It is hard to imagine a senior interested in living with virtual reality games or robots in the home. This is where Seniors Helping Seniors in-home services comes in. Whether it’s lending a hand and a smile to help quell feelings of isolation, assist with mobility issues, provide medication reminders or deliver experienced care to seniors with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, cancer patients or those recovering from surgery, Seniors Helping Seniors provides the human touch. And it’s provided through compassionate, experienced caregivers who understand the needs and wishes of their clients.

When one of Seniors’ caregivers comes to help another, whether it’s for light housekeeping and cooking, running errands or sharing a meal together, the caregiver and care receiver usually become good friends. Often it is the most important part of a caregiver’s job – to provide companionship to someone in fragile health, thereby increasing their sense of dignity and wellness. It’s a friendship built on mutual respect and understanding.

Seniors Helping Seniors in-home services also provides respite care for caregivers and will step in 24/7 for a few days or weeks to keep life moving smoothly and keep loved ones safe. For more information or a free consultation, go to or call 302-858-7330.