Someone you love needs care

Do You or Someone You Know need Help

Someone you love needs careWe know it’s hard to ask for help, but at some point we all need it. Getting help from a loving, caring, compassionate senior with all their life experiences is about the best of both worlds.

At Seniors Helping Seniors of North & East Raleigh our senior helpers can assist with whatever you need – light housekeeping, cooking, shopping, mowing the lawn, getting you to the doctor, or even just changing a light bulb — and they do it with a bounce in their step and a smile on their lips. That’s why we say it’s just like getting a little help from your friends.

Seniors Helping Seniors of North & East Raleigh takes the time and effort to match you with companions in Wake County, Nash County, Johnson County, or Wilson County who will fit your personality and needs. We work the way that works best for you. Seniors Helping Seniors of North & East Raleigh senior helpers are available for you every day, any hour of the week and even overnight.

We have discovered that the people who use our in-home senior services come to love the people who provide our services. It’s about getting the help and so much more – it’s about adding joy and companionship back into life. At Seniors Helping Seniors of North & East Raleigh we hear over and over again from those who receive our services that: we change people’s lives.

Do you or someone you know need help?

20 signs you need help

Signs That Help is Needed at Home:

  • Spoiled food that doesn’t get thrown away
  • Missing important appointments
  • Unexplained bruising
  • Difficulty getting up from a seated position
  • Difficulty with walking, balance and mobility
  • Uncertainty and confusion when performing once-familiar tasks
  • Forgetfulness
  • Unpleasant body odor
  • Infrequent showering or bathing
  • A strong smell of urine in the house
  • Noticeable decline in grooming habits and personal care
  • Dirty house, extreme clutter and dirty laundry piling up
  • Stacks of unopened mail or an overflowing mailbox
  • Late payment notices, bounced checks and calls from bill collectors
  • Poor diet or weight loss
  • Loss of interest in hobbies and activities
  • Changes in mood or extreme mood swings
  • Forgetting to take medications, or taking incorrect dosages
  • Unexplained dents and scratches on a car

If any of these signs sound familiar to you, it is worth talking to someone from Seniors Helping Seniors of North & East Raleigh in-home services. Contact Us

Senior help for a loved one

Having a caring, and dedicated companion by the side of you or someone you love can make all the difference in the world. Seniors Helping Seniors of North & East Raleigh knows that because we change people’s lives for the better.

Everyday, people like you, who care about an aging family member or friend, find their way to Seniors Helping Seniors in-home care services for reasonably priced services from caring, compassionate seniors.

We can reduce your worry by checking in on your parents if you live too far and by helping out with weekly check-ins and getting some chores done like checking the fridge, shopping, preparing nutritious meals, cleaning out the bathroom and checking on medications.

Our senior providers are especially helpful after a fall or injury, when your parent may need someone to do the bending, reaching and a little lifting so that you parent doesn’t overdo it during recovery.

We know that sometimes it’s hard to take that first step because of you or because of the person you love. Either way, we are here to help you. We know that it’s just so much easier for an older adult to receive help when it’s offered from someone who understands what he or she is going through. At Seniors Helping Seniors in-home services we are here for your senior’s care, when you can’t be there.

We add to the joy of life. Every action our in-home care providers take – whether it’s light housekeeping, cooking, cleaning, shopping or more – is always accompanied with care and compassion.

And, it relieves you of the overwhelming responsibility of day-to-day chores and gives you back what you value most –time with your loved one, to sit, chat, and connect and knowing that your loved one has added joy, companionship and security to his or her life.

Kathy is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) who is active in several other senior related organizations, including Alzheimer’s State Champion program, Friends of the Northern Wake Senior Center board member, Ambassador for the Rolesville Chamber of Commerce, Aging Life Care Association (ALCA), Health Affairs Round Table (HART), and Senior Information Networking Group (SING).