“The residents of Miami finally have an alternative to assisted living or a nursing facility for people that need help due to aging, illness or disability,”
According to census bureau statistics, demand for such services continues to grow as 10,000 people reach the age of 65 years old everyday in the United States.
Assisting Hands Miami provides non-medical services such as personal care, grooming, meal preparation, grocery shopping, and errands, light housekeeping, monitoring of prescription medications and companionship, among others. As an agency, Assisting Hands Miami is accredited by the Joint Commission and care is available 24/7 from a staff of caregivers that are thoroughly screened, certified, insured, bonded and trained in basic life saving techniques.
“Family members of seniors live an average of 100 miles and an hour and a half away from their loved ones”, says Morales. “Peace of mind that there is someone nearby to help out is an element of our service that our client families find invaluable.”
Prior to the opening of Assisting Hands of Miami, Morales lived abroad and held customer service management positions at multi-national companies before returning to Florida.
“I experienced first hand the frustrations involved with finding someone experienced, compassionate and trustworthy enough to help me care for my parents,” said Morales. “My motivation in opening Assisting Hands is to help those in both the English and Spanish speaking communities of Miami that are experiencing the same situation.”
To learn more about Assisting Hands Home Care of Miami call 305-274-6437 or visit: http://www.assistinghands.com/
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About Assisting Hands Home Care
Assisting Hands Home Care began in 2005 and is based upon Dr. Gail Silverstein’