As you grow older, it becomes harder and harder to complete simple tasks like grocery shopping and grooming. If you’ve lost mobility as a result of aging or a health condition, you might need daily general assistance from a care giver. But you don’t have to move into a nursing home to receive daily personal care.
Choose At Your Home Care for in-home personal care services in Portland and the surrounding areas. You don’t have to struggle with meal preparation, medication administration and more. Ask for in-home care assistance from At Your Home Care by calling 503-760-1832.
At Your Home Care serves all kinds of clients in the Portland and surrounding areas. You don’t have to be incapacitated or ill to receive our in-home care services. At Your Home Care is ideal for people who are:
♥ Recovering from surgery.
♥ Living with a chronic illness.
♥ Living with a disability.
♥ Limited by age or immobility.
Make living easier by choosing At Your Home Care in Portland, Oregon. Call us today at 503-760-1832 to learn more about our in-home care agency.
At Your Home Care has been serving Portland’s elderly and disabled since 1997. Our staff is comprised of care givers, such as CNAs and an RN. We’re licensed by the state of Oregon to provide in-home care to those who need it in our area. Call us today or fill out the contact form to learn more.
"I believe that we bring something very special to the care of our clients. To my knowledge we are the only agency in our service area that was founded by someone who needed care and by her caregiver.
Consequently we know how to care for someone in their homes. For us, caring is at the heart of everything we do. Thank you for choosing At Your Home Care. "
– David Ehret
"In my 30th year as a successful elementary school teacher, I was medically retired when I became legally blind due to acute diabetes. Soon thereafter, I lost my kidneys, had an angioplasty and received a kidney transplant.
Obviously, I needed help to safely remain in my home. So, out of necessity, I began At Your Home Care, LLC, with my husband to ensure that I had caregivers to care for me who were trustworthy, caring, understanding and encouraging of someone with special needs."
- Donna White (1937 – 2000)