As early as I can remember, my father, Vernon, suffered from health issues. In his final years, I recall the heavy burden put on my family to care for him, particularly my mother. Though it was an honor to do so, a little companion or respite care would have been welcomed and relieved some of the caregiver burden. The experiences of that time made me realize it is okay to ask for help.
Today, with a little help, my two grandmothers still live independently in their homes. This inspires me and makes me realize that so many other grandmothers, grandfathers, and parents can still enjoy the luxuries of home with just a little helping hand. Just as important, this help will allow their daughters and sons to be just that again, daughters and sons, instead of caregivers.
After 20 years of serving the business community, it is now my privilege to offer non-medical, in-home care services where I live and was raised.
If your mother, father, grandmother, or special loved one wants to stay in their home with a little help, please call me, and together, we will develop a plan to do just that.
Sincerely, Kirk Brechbiel, Owner