Personal Care & Support | Greenville & Upstate South Carolina
Our personal care services ensure that your loved ones will receive the help that they need to thrive in their daily lives.
The primary mission of our Upstate South Carolina care professionals is to assist seniors with the everyday chores that can become more difficult as they age. As they get older, seniors will tell you that they want to stay at home rather than be confined to a rehabilitation center, nursing facility, or hospital. Wouldn't you?
That’s why Interim HealthCare offers personalized Senior Care & Support in Greenville, Spartanburg, Cherokee, Pickens, Anderson and Oconee Counties.
Our Care professionals are fully vetted with background checks and drug screens before they ever step foot in your home. Additionally, Interim HealthCare is fully bonded and insured.
Senior care (personal care & support) services include help with :
- Companionship and conversation
- Providing Respite Care
- Providing Alzheimer Care
- Meal planning and preparation
- Arranging appointments
- Hospice Caregiving
To schedule your No-Obligation in-home evaluation, or to learn more about senior care services in
- Writing letters and correspondence
- Chronic Disease Support
- Toileting / Continence
- Medication reminders
- Parkinson’s Care
- Assisting with pet care
- Post Surgery Support
Greenville, Spartanburg, Cherokee, Pickens, Anderson and Oconee Counties, fill out the simple form on your left and we will contact you soon. Or
call us today at (866) 841-0445.
Dementia is a disease that is characterized by loss of brain abilities, causing decreased cognitive function. Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, and affects the memory, thinking and behavior of an estimated 5.4 million Americans, according to the Alzheimer's Association.
This program goes beyond traditional Personal Care and Support Services by providing stimulating activities that help our senior clients live not only a safe and independent lifestyle, but one that is enriched with meaning and self-worth.
It’s a tough subject to broach with aging parents. You know dad shouldn’t be on the road, but he refuses to give up the car keys. Mom doesn’t even want to hear the words ‘nursing home’, but you’re concerned about her struggling to climb the stairs every day.