Resources for you and your loved ones

We’ve curated a list of resources and topics we think you should know about! Whether you’re a client or not doesn’t matter. Explore our resource page to learn more about matters affecting older adults in the communities we serve and across the world. If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, feel free to call us anytime! If nothing else, we’d love to be a resource.

American Stroke Foundation

The Next Step Program at the American Stroke Foundation is a wellness program to help survivors of stroke continue to improve and regain independence in daily living skills, while providing a place to socialize and work with others who know and understand life after a stroke. The Next Step Program offers classes and programs to address physical, cognitive, social and emotional well-being.

National Institute on Aging

NIA, one of the 27 Institutes and Centers of NIH, leads a broad scientific effort to understand the nature of aging and to extend the healthy, active years of life. NIA is the primary Federal agency supporting and conducting Alzheimer's disease research.

American Caregiver Association

An important part of the American Caregiver Association's role as the national caregiver certifying organization is to support caregivers and the profession of caregiving by helping to promote the importance of the job of caregiving. Another role that the American Caregiver Association plays as the leading caregiver association in the United States and around the globe, is in raising the bar in terms of professionalizing the field of caregiving. One way we do this is by being the first and only organization to offer national caregiver certification. Both roles help bring awareness to caregiver issues as well those issues involving our seniors, which is where the focus should be.


Need help paying your Medicare premiums and other costs? There are many programs available to help. Find out if you qualify, and how much you can save.

Complementary In-home Assessment

Complementary In-home Assessment

Thank you for the opportunity to provide exceptional care for you or your loved one. Our complimentary in-home assessment will help us understand your needs and make sure you get the right care. It also is an opportunity for you to learn about our services and how we can best provide care for you or your loved one. Fill out the form below, and we’ll be in touch soon. Or, if you need help right away, we are always available at (312) 221 1269.