600 Broad St-Suite 5-C, Augusta, GA 30901
A Hand To Hold in Augusta, Georgia is proud to offer a reliable, wholesome approach to caring for your needs. We understand the challenges of finding exceptional in-home care; and we’ve developed dedicated services to assist clients with conversations on aging, personalized assessments, and supplemental resources, so all may best understand their in-home care services to consider.
A Hand To Hold believes in fostering a trusting relationship between caregivers and clients, which is why before we attend to clients, we sit down with them and their loved ones to thoroughly assess their unique needs. As a team, we value family and strive to leave a positive impact with all clients while in their homes. Let us learn how to support your wellness endeavors today.
As a non-medical, in-home care service provider, we offer caregiver services in the comfort of clients’ homes — wherever that may be. We’re the preferred choice over those who may not be able to afford the extensive costs of assisted living communities. Even better, with our services, we help clients maintain their sense of security, freedom, and independence while remaining in the comfort of their own home. Wherever you call home, we can provide supportive services...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
The company sent out someone but we had to let them go and they never sent out another home care professional all though they said they were sending someone out. I would not recommend this service.
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