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My Parents have been clients of Hearts To Home since April 2006 when my mother became ill. Since my Father has macular degeneration their ability to care for themselves was not possible. My Mother received stellar care from her caregivers until her death in December, 2009. During the time she was under the care of Hearts To Home caregivers. Each and every caregiver was conscientious and dedicated to providing every level of service my Mother required even as it became necessary 24 hours per day. Since my Mother's death, my Father has continued with my Mother's primary caregiver, Arlene with supplementary care from Joey on weekends. My Father has had serious health issues off and on during the past 3 years and when his needs became more acute, he too was given the same high level of care that my Mother was. I would highly recommend the Hearts to Home organization. The dedication, concern and compassion the caregivers give their clients and their families are exceptional.
Lynne Bomzer, Daugther
I would like to thank you for your stellar help you provided to my husband, Nathan Fishbach. Jewel, in particular, was wonderful with my husband as well as the rest of our family when she was here 09/14-09/16. We really appreciate all the respect & knowledge & experience she shared with us. Thank you all!
With warm regards, Sue Fishbach & Family
October 11, 2011.
During a very challenging time in our lives, the caring, compassionate caregiver team from Hearts To Home assisted my mother, Rose, with her need to have a 24 hour caregiver in mid-November, 2010.
They have truly provided personalized care for my mother and their level of excellence is beyond our expectations. I highly recommend the care giving services of Hearts To Home to any individual or family needing care for their loved ones.
My mom, Rose, is currently receiving 24 hour live-in-care from Hearts To Home and she is very happy. My mother has always been independent, living in her home by herself and attending to all her activities with virtually no help at all. In mid-July, 2010 she was rushed to the hospital . After a long stay in the hospital and 3.5 months in rehabilitation, we were faced with a difficult decision. Rose was wheel chaired bound and she was suffering from multiple illness so three choices were presented to us: 1)Rose would move to Sara Chudnow’s rehabilitation unit permanently. 2) Rose would move to a nursing home. 3) Rose would stay in her home at Sarah Chudnow (Independent Living) with a 24 hour caregiver. Since the goal was to keep her home intacted and have her remain positive, my mother felt comfortable with the third choice. We hired Hearts To Home in mid-November and they found a capable caregiver to assist my mom with her personal care, meal preparation, shopping, errands, housekeeping, laundry, medication dispensing, and much more. Angie became part of our family. She cares for and about my mother. I also felt comfortable about the agency, because of its excellent reputation and it is bonded & insured. Alla, the Hearts To Home RN Nurse, who is kind, knowledgeable, thorough, & professional, visits my mom in her home to check on and monitors her overall health. She sets up and orders all Rose’s medicine on a weekly schedule. I remember how Alla rushed over one night at 10:00 p.m. to look at a cut on my mom’s leg. These RN services are included in my mom’s monthly cost for her care giving services.
Rose is still actively making her own decisions which are supported by the agency and her personal caregiver. Angie, my mother’s caregiver, is a perfect match for my mom. She helps advocate for my mother’s health and well-being. Angie is brilliant, warm, full of personality, positive, respectful, understanding, caring, and loving. We are thankful for her professional services and we believe my mother, Rose, is healthier and happier than ever. Now one can ask themselves, is this an expensive choice when you consider all the services and care your loved one receives from Hearts To Home on a daily basis? Not really. Please consider your options very carefully to obtain the homecare agency that will provide you with the highest quality of life. Don’t let your loved one lose their identity, dignity, and integrity. Be an advocate and get them the services they need to be happy!
By Gail Dubester-Litt