Senior Helpers is a provider of non-medical live-in or hourly companion and homemaker services to seniors and other adults in need of home help. We provide services throughout New York City (all five boroughs) and Southern Westchester County.
We leverage the knowledge, procedures, and experience in consistently delivering on commitments of the nationwide network of Senior Helpers that has been in business since 2001. We are independently owned and managed by seasoned and tested services professionals.
Senior Helpers offers a wide range of support including meal planning/preparation, activity planning, medication reminders, errands & transportation, and safety monitoring.
Quality is assured through a customized Care Plan developed for each individual. We are committed to diligently delivering the tailored care.
Senior Helpers caregivers are our employees. We hire only experienced and compassionate caregivers who have gone through rigorous interview, background screening, and skills assessment processes. Our caregivers are bonded and insured.
To reach Senior Helpers - New York, NY call: (646) 214-2086
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