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Senior Helpers In-Home Assistance Services in Fairfield, CT


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Non-medical Senior Assistance Services in Fairfield, CT

When providing Alzheimer’s and dementia services, our team creates a personalized in-home plan that meets the changing non-medical needs of those with a progressive disease such as Alzheimer’s. Our team’s extensive training and knowledge enable us to provide the right level of support to meet the person’s varying needs. Senior Gems®, a program created by Senior Helpers®, includes practical strategies that help support  loved ones during all stages of dementia.

Created in partnership with the Parkinson Foundation’s Center of Excellence, the Senior Helpers’ Parkinson’s Program provides our staff with the training necessary to develop personalized plans to support their needs.

Our specialized companionship services provide daily companionship and assistance to help keep your loved ones happy and engaged. In-home companionship can help reduce senior isolation by providing much-needed social interaction. Our companion caregivers can assist with transportation, medication reminders, light housekeeping, and meal preparation.

Our fully screened and trained caregivers provide sensitive, confidential support that respects your loved one’s dignity and well-being while helping them to remain independent for as long as possible.

Our Staying Home Safe™ program helps make the transition from a hospital or long-term care facility to the home easier and more manageable. This program is built around patient goals and focuses on patient safety.

Senior Helpers of Fairfield creates comprehensive at-home plans for non-medical management and support of chronic diseases and conditions.

Senior Helpers of Fairfield works seamlessly with professional assistance organizations to ensure that Veterans and their spouses receive the benefits they deserve as quickly as possible.

Our respite services provide the family caregiver with much-needed daily breaks. We can step in and provide support for a loved one so the primary caregiver can receive a well-deserved break and relief.

Our caregivers are trained to provide sitter services, comprehensive non-medical assistance, and companionship to seniors recovering from surgery.

Senior Helpers of Fairfield provides end of life support to help comfort and give quality assistance to families during a person’s final days.

Senior-Friendly Activities in Fairfield, CT

The Bigelow Senior Center

The Bigelow Senior Center provides services and programs for Seniors that, per their website, “… promote well-being, support independence and encourage involvement in community life.” Senior Helpers has collaborated with the Bigelow Senior Center on several terrific events, including the Mocktail Program which was a smash in September 2021.  More recently, our COO Tim Francis, with his expertise as a Board-Certified Physician Assistant, oversaw a Blood Pressure clinic there (see below). The Senior Center has a comprehensive website where individuals interested in their many services can browse to learn more.

Fairfield Museum and History Center

The Fairfield Museum and History Center is a 13,000 square-foot museum and library located at 370 Beach Road in Fairfield, Connecticut. This fantastic center includes a special collection research library and reading room, and a 80-seat theater overlooking Fairfield’s Town Green. The Special Collections Library and Reading Room that is said to include genealogy and family papers dating back to 1639. The center also offers  a Halloween Spooky Stroll around the Town Green campus.

Connecticut Audubon Society

The Connecticut Audubon Society of Fairfield, established in 1971, is a nature center and wildlife sanctuary in the Greenfield Hill area of Fairfield.  The Society features animals that are on display, natural history exhibits, a nature library, and even a solar greenhouse. Outside, on the grounds, are non-releasable rescued birds of prey, including owls, hawks, peregrine falcons, a turkey vulture and other raptors. They can be visited at 2325 Burr St, Fairfield, CT 06824.