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The ability to do everyday things, like driving to the grocery store and cleaning up the house, is something most of us take for granted.

But what happens when these simple activities can no longer be performed, and there’s nobody around to help?

The professionals at Interim Healthcare of the Carolinas are making a difference every day in the lives of their clients and patients. Each person is a story waiting to be told. In this article, we’d like to share some of them with you because they are about real people who have been recovering from injury or illness, or have a chronic condition such as diabetes or heart failure, or perhaps they simply need a little bit of help at home so they can keep their independence.


The Right Match

As is the case with most patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Mr. Stein’s physical condition has slowly deteriorated over time. Now in his late fifties, he finds it difficult to stand for extended periods of time, or perform certain household tasks. As his MS has advanced, Mr. Stein has been increasingly reliant on the kind of help traditionally associated with those of a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).

Maintaining Independence

Most of us take our ability to do everyday things – from driving to the grocery store to picking up around the house – for granted. But what happens when you can no longer do those simple things? And when there’s no one around to help?

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I want to express my appreciation and gratitude for your help with my Mom. She has grown very close to a couple of your care givers. Everyone is prompt and considerate of her needs. It’s comforting to know I have people who I can count on.
Sylvia R.