6565 S. Dayton St. Ste 1500, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Our mission at Assisting Hands is to provide clients quality and personalized non-medical care services that allow them to live safely and comfortably in their own homes. We understand the difficulties of finding compassionate help. Our caregivers are kind and dedicated to providing quality assistance with daily living activities, among other in-depth services including: fall prevention, grocery shopping, errands, light housekeeping, meal preparation, personal care, and companionship.
Caregivers at Assisted Hands are bonded, insured, screened and extensively trained to ensure our clients receive the best caregiver to help throughout their day. We value and respect the privacy and intimacy of being in our clients’ home. Assisted Hands is dedicated to making sure we complement the lifestyle of everyone we serve by promoting a refined balance of both autonomy and support.
“Assisting Hands is an amazing organization that cares for people with integrity, safety and love. I have known the owners for about 20 years, and I would trust them with any loved one. It’s hard to find reliable, responsible help and support these days, but with Assisting Hands you can’t go wrong! You won’t need to look any further.” - Catherine Gamble
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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I would highly recommend this service to others based on my experience. Communication was good between the staff and our family and if they had to replace a caregiver they did so quickly. The caregivers were friendly and so was the office staff.
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