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  • Mom & Dad Won’t Accept Help

    July 08, 2020

    If an aging loved one is mentally competent and still adamantly refuses in-home care aides despite your protests, then that is within their rights. All you can do is your best to get them to accept help, and you do not always have to be the one to provide it.

  • 10 Summer Safety Tips

    June 18, 2020

    Summer is a time of fun and relaxation for most people. But for seniors, the heat and sun can be dangerous if the proper precautions aren’t taken. Senior Helpers, Arizona’s leading in-home caregiving provider, has a list of tips that aging adults, as well as their caregivers, can use to make sure they have a safe summer.

  • Money Radio Interview with Senior Helpers Tempe

    June 12, 2020

    Listen to this interview Money Radio had with Senior Helpers Tempe owner, John Skelton.

  • How to Pay for In-Home Care

    June 04, 2020

    There are many options available to help you pay for home care services. Every day, Senior Helpers of Tempe works with families just like yours that are starting to learn about the benefits of in-home care.

  • Senior Helpers of Tempe Equips Caregivers with Proper PPE

    May 19, 2020

    At Senior Helpers of Tempe, our utmost priority is always the health and safety of our clients, their families, and our employees.

  • Six Ways to Get a Senior Through This Pandemic

    May 04, 2020

    Caring for our senior family members during the coronavirus pandemic is essential. However, social distancing can put a damper on our ability to put their needs first without putting their health in jeopardy. Luckily, Senior Helpers, a premier provider of in-home senior care and companionship, has a list of ways you can help elderly loved ones maintain positive mental health during this pandemic.

  • Aging in Place: Growing Older at Home

    March 03, 2020

    Planning ahead is hard because you never know how your needs might change. The first step is to think about the kinds of help you might want in the near future.