You have worked hard and saved to live life to the fullest. Don’t settle for any less than living safely and independently in your own home. We enable families to become families again. When you are ready to commit to highest quality care, give us a call.
At Home Care Assistance of El Paso County, we’re committed to enabling seniors to continue living at home in their golden years. Most aging adults prefer aging in place to moving to assisted care facilities. Living at home, surrounded by familiar sights and sounds and cherished memories, can benefit seniors in a number of important ways. Whether your older loved one needs occasional assistance with simple daily tasks, 24-hour support while recovering from an illness or injury, or specialized care for dementia, Parkinson’s, or a stroke, we’re here to provide high-quality compassionate care.
Our exceptional service is unique because we have the finest home caregivers in the industry (all of whom are thoroughly trained to follow the best practices for infectious disease set forth by the CDC). We also have an incredibly experienced and supportive team of Care Managers, and our holistic approach to care is based on our two revolutionary care programs, the Balanced Care Method™ and the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™. To learn more about how we can help your loved one enjoy independence and optimal quality of life at home, reach out to one of our Care Managers today at (719) 822-1229.
Live-In or 24 Hour Care offers seniors the opportunity to age in place, in a familiar home environment surrounded by their cherished memories. Around-the-clock care is a great alternative to assisted living facilities or retirement homes.
Home Care Assistance proudly trains our caregivers in the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™ so that clients can receive one-to-one cognitive stimulation as well as support with basic care and activities of daily living– at no additional cost.
There are many options to consider when looking for solutions in caring for your aging loved ones, including live-in facilities. We can help you determine the best possible care for your loved one with whatever budget you are working with.
Seniors need to eat healthy, exercise often, engage in mentally and socially stimulating activities, and maintain a sense of purpose so they can live longer, happier lives. Our proprietary Balanced Care Method helps older adults achieve these goals with greater ease. Learn More
All aging adults have much to gain from cognitive stimulation. However, those who are living with cognitive decline can especially benefit from our Cognitive Therapeutics Method. All of our caregivers are trained in this method, and it’s available to all of our clients at no additional charge. Learn More
“The minute my parents and myself met owner Dorothy, we were "hooked" excellent help with questions and concerns. Excellent office workers and the best caregivers. My parents thought of Dorothy and husband Mark as good friends. We couldn't have asked for better caregivers... I would highly recommend this company for your loved one. Thank you to all of you for your excellent care.”
“I would highly recommend this Home Care Assistance! They’re highly professional and understands the need of their clients. Mark and Dorothy are so passionate people and they go an extra mile to cover a shift just to make sure their clients gets their care.”
“We would have not made the transition of moving Mom from CA to CO without Dorothy and Mark and their team. They have served as emotional support, educator, and care provider when we've needed them the most. I highly recommend their services”
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