I am delighted to share that it is our goal at Home Care Assistance to not only provide the highest quality of care for your loved one but also create a lasting bond and friendship that brightens your loved one’s life. Over the years, we have listened to our clients, caregivers and industry experts to create two of the most powerful programs in the home care industry. These include our Exclusive Balanced Care Method and a new and revolutionary program for seniors with Alzheimer’s and Dementia called the Cognitive Therapeutics Method. So, our care managers are available 24/7 and are ready to assist at a moment's notice. We would like to invite you to speak with one of our friendly care managers by calling 720-580-5378 to explore all of your care options.
Live-In or 24 Hour Care offers seniors the opportunity to age in place, in a familiar home environment surrounded by their cherished memories. Around-the-clock care is a great alternative to assisted living facilities or retirement homes.
Home Care Assistance proudly trains our caregivers in the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™ so that clients can receive one-to-one cognitive stimulation as well as support with basic care and activities of daily living– at no additional cost.
Hourly home care is not only used to enhance the lives of our senior clients, but the lives of their families as well. Hourly care can provide family caregivers with time to attend to their own needs and personal obligations.
There are many options to consider when looking for solutions in caring for your aging loved ones, including live-in facilities. We can help you determine the best possible care for your loved one with whatever budget you are working with.
Our holistic, evidence-based Balanced Care Method encourages a nutritious diet, regular physical activity, mental and social stimulation, and cultivating a sense of purpose to promote overall wellbeing and longevity. Learn More
While all seniors benefit from our science-based Cognitive Therapeutics Method, it was specifically designed to slow mental decline in seniors with memory impairment through activities targeting attention, visual-spatial perception, language, memory, and executive functioning. Learn More
Whether you are in the research phase or need last-minute care for an emergency, we are here to help. Our Care Managers are available 24/7 and can answer questions, provide information and schedule a complimentary, no-obligation consultation. Reach out to us at 720-580-5378 and join the countless families across the nation that rely on Home Care Assistance for the care of their aging loved ones.
Our commitment to you includes:
“I will always recommend Home Care Assistance of Douglas County. This organization truly takes care of people with extraordinary compassion. They are extremely knowledgeable in their field. I appreciated them so much helping me - from the first call I made to them as well as the kind follow up call to to check on how I was doing. If I were ever have the need again, it would be a privilege and a pleasure to call upon Home Care Assistance again.”
“Words cannot express how much I appreciated Hope and her team!! Though we were more than 800 miles away, Mom enjoyed the companionship and we all felt we were only a phone call away. No matter what Mom was safe and happy.”
“Very friendly staff and very efficient. Care provider was helpful, caring and very sweet. I didn’t have to worry at all about my loved one.”
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