Companion Care

Approximately 10,000 baby boomers retire every day. Born between 1946 and 1964, the oldest of this generation has reached age 72. Many have been retired for several years while some are newly retired. One thing they all have in common is the desire to “age at home.” It’s safe to say that no one wants to move to a retirement home or assisted living facility (ALF).

The children of older baby boomers are nearing their empty-nest time of life. They now have the time to enjoy their hobbies, travel, and just plain enjoy life. They are reaping the rewards of retirement with many good years remaining. Many worry about their parents. Legacy In-Home Care has a specific care plan for your every need.

Legacy is a home care provider founded by a devoted nurse who recognized the needs of seniors and others who need a little bit of assistance and those who need more intense care. Founded with compassionate caring in mind, Legacy In-Home Care now has three generations of caregivers – mom, daughter, and granddaughter. Founder, Sue Craft, began her career as an in-home private-duty nurse. Her desire to help and care for seniors is now shared by her daughter and her granddaughter.

Not long ago, the only solution for a recovering patient was a temporary stay in a nursing home. Many families don’t have the time or expertise to tend to the daily care needs of a recovering family member. The goal of most hospitals is to discharge patients as quickly as feasible. With personal care and companion care, a patient can be discharged to their own home. Legacy In-Home Care will provide home care, nursing care, and light housekeeping for the recovering client. We have many programs available.

Call Legacy In-Home Care for a free consultation.