Thank you AccuCare for sending such caring professionals who take their job to heart!
I have recommended AccuCare to family and friends in need of private home care.
Thank you so very much!
I want you all to know how much all the O’Shea children thank you for your devotion to our mother this past year. You have made us feel so much better when we cannot all be there to accompany Mom on this last stage of her journey. I am sorry if she was cross with anyone at times. That is the dementia, as she was always the sweetest, kindest, and most intelligent mother to us all. You have chosen to work in a most needed occupation which requires great patience, a sense of humor and much kindness. Thank you to each one for the acts of kindness you performed.
Say a prayer for Mom that she will soon complete her journey and receive the heavenly reward she so richly deserves!
“In the 8+ years I have been working with AccuCare, I have found their staff to be professional, reliable, courteous and most of all accommodating. Their 24-hour availability is extremely comforting to clients/families. They provide solutions and follow up reports of appointments, visits, etc. This is extremely important for family members who are not local or unable to attend these appointments. It provides peace of mind. AccuCare is a top-notch business and it goes without saying why there is a heart on their logo—they are genuinely concerned for each and every client. Our Heart-Your Home.”
Just having time to run out for an errand or an appointment can relieve some of the stress that can come with caring for a loved one. Plus, the loved one in your care will be glad that you are not constantly “on duty.” Having help in the home can be a gift you and your loved one can give each other.
“AccuCare allowed me to be there as a daughter and not a caregiver. My parents could not have lived at home if it wasn’t for AccuCare. The caregivers were like family.”
“In my 9-month experience with AccuCare, these qualities have stood out: kindness and compassion of the caregivers; flexibility and a “can do” agency attitude; timely, frequent and detailed communications about important safety and care issues; refreshing candor about various and shifting challenges faced in providing protection and care.”