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Senior Helpers In-Home Care Services in Olathe, KS

Senior Helpers Overland Park provides in-home healthcare services for seniors living in Olathe, KS, and its surrounding communities. For over a decade, our Senior Helpers care team has provided quality in-home care services for seniors residing in Johnson County area.

As more retirees and older adults want to age in place and remain at home for as long as possible, many are also planning for and hoping to receive senior care services in their own homes. Instead of moving to an unfamiliar location, such as an assisted living facility or other care settings, older adults want to receive care in the place they call home. Our personalized in-home care options and services make it possible for seniors to receive quality care in their home environment. Our trained and compassionate caregivers provide quality care regardless of where the person resides.

As a leading home care agency, we offer personalized senior care services that range from companion care for those who need daily assistance to in-depth and specialized care for those with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Whether an older family member requires companion care, personal care services, respite care, or 24/7 home care, our Senior Helpers care team is prepared to meet the needs of older adults.

We are grateful for the opportunity to serve and make a difference in the lives of seniors and families residing in Olathe, KS, and neighboring communities. It is an honor and a privilege to provide in-home health care services for residents living in this thriving Johnson County community.


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Home Healthcare Services in Olathe, KS

When providing Alzheimer’s and dementia care services, our care team creates a personalized in-home care plan that meets the changing 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 care to meet the person’s varying needs. Senior Gems®, a program created by Senior Helpers®, includes practical strategies that help support and care for loved ones during all stages of dementia.

Created in partnership with the Parkinson Foundation’s Center of Excellence, the Senior Helpers’ Parkinson’s Care Program provides our caregivers the training necessary to develop personalized care plans.

Our specialized companion care services provide daily companionship and assistance to help keep your loved ones cared for and engaged. In-home care and 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 care that respects your loved one’s dignity and well-being while helping them to remain independent for as long as possible.

Staying Home Safe™ care management approach helps 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 Overland Park’s care team creates comprehensive at-home care plans for non-medical management and support of chronic diseases and conditions.

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

Our respite care services provide the family caregiver with much-needed daily breaks. Our caregivers can step in and care 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 care assistance, and companionship to seniors recovering from surgery.

Senior Helpers Overland Park provides end of life support care to help comfort and give quality of care during a person’s final days.

Senior-Friendly Activities in Olathe, KS

Ernie Miller Nature Center

Address: 909 North, KS-7, Olathe, KS 66061 
Hours 9AM – 4:30PM Sundays 12:30-4:30PM 

The park has an amphitheater, nature center, walking trails and hiking. Pets and bikes are prohibited on Ernie Miller Park trails. 

The NEW Outdoor amphitheater is offering Friday Night Nature Programs during summer for entertainment and educational experience from 7 to 7:45 pm $4 per person advanced registration required. 

Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm Historic Site

Address: 1200 E Kansa City Rd, Olathe, KS 66061
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10 AM – 4PM 

The Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm Historic Site, locally known as the Mahaffie farmstead, is located in Olathe, Kansas. The house was originally a stop along the Westport Route of the Santa Fe, Oregon, and California Trails, which originated in nearby Westport, Missouri. 

The historic site in Olathe offers:

  • Daily activities, special programs and events, and admission fees vary seasonally. 
  • Ride in our reproduction “Concord” style of coach or our original “mudwagon” style of stagecoach.
  • Living history programing are offered Saturdays in April, May, September, and October and daily on Wednesday thru Saturday, from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
  • Horses, sheep, chickens, and other era and breed-appropriate livestock live on the farm today just as they did in the 1860s and 1870s. Plan Your Visit today!

Kansas City Automotive Museum 

Address: 15095 West 116th Street, Olathe, Kansa, 66062 
Hours: 10AM – 5PM Closed on Mondays

The Kansas City Automotive Museum embraces the unique and diverse stories of Kansas City, while educating young and old, and celebrating the culture, artistry, industry and innovation of the automobile. Since opening, the Museum has become a recognized and popular establishment within the car community and has grown to be a meeting place for car enthusiasts, historians and visitors to Kansas City. The Museum rotates over 100 vehicles a year, and consistently showcases a collection of nearly 40 cars at any given time. In addition, the Museum hosts more than 30 community events throughout the year.