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Spotlight Stories

Each year, Senior Helpers cares for thousands of seniors across the country. We know that our clients have many options when selecting an in-home care company, and we are truly grateful to every family who chooses Senior Helpers for their homecare needs. Our staff and caregivers are committed to providing our seniors and their families with high-quality, compassionate care delivered in a safe, friendly and supportive manner. Senior Helpers LIFE Profile ensures that as we work with our clients, families and their full health care team, we are keeping them informed and engaged in their own health care journey while addressing their most pressing needs to help them remain safe and independent in the comfort of their homes. 

*Please note that Senior Helpers LIFE Profile is newly introduced in Canada and is currently available in British Columbia, but not yet available in Ontario or all territories. For details regarding its availability in your specific area, please contact us directly.

Every client's story and outcome is their own. We are proud to share these heartwarming and inspiring stories of just some of the people that we are honored to care for each and every day, we hope you enjoy!

  • Spotlight on Roy R.

    December 19, 2023

    For the U.S. Army war veteran with advancing Parkinson’s disease, simply brushing his teeth and eating meals left Roy without the energy to care for himself and his home. His daughter, a single mother with four children and a full-time job, was finding it increasingly difficult to coordinate all the care her dad needed. This is Roy's Story.

  • Spotlight on: Catherine M.

    May 3, 2023

    Trust. When it comes to the care of a loved one, nothing is more important. Senior Helpers Boston and South Shore client Catherine is all too aware of this. After a devastating experience with another home care company caring for her husband, Catherine was hesitant to extend her trust for her own care. She had recently had a fall, leading to an additional diagnosis, and was no longer able to drive. This is Catherine's story.

  • Spotlight On: Robert W.

    September 21, 2022

    Robert is a veteran of the Army, living in the San Francisco Bay area. When Senior Helpers’ care manager, Susan Leport, first visited Robert, he was on hospice because of an inoperable heart condition and on oxygen 24/7. He was thin, pale, had no appetite, and recently had a knee replacement. He reluctantly accepted care for just four hours a week. Robert now has caregivers visit him six days a week, and he says it gives him a reason to get up in the morning to see his friends. This is Robert's story.

  • Spotlight On: Bob L.

    September 7, 2022

    Bob is a 97-year-old Navy veteran who lives in the Knoxville, TN area. Bob began services with Senior Helpers after a fall that led to a broken hip. He stayed with his son while recovering but was determined to return to his own home once he gained more strength. With the help of a Senior Helpers’ caregiver, Susan, Bob was able to move back into his home and began to recover, physically and mentally. This is Bob's story.