Every 4th of July, my parents would throw a huge barbecue, and everyone in the community would stop by for a plate of food, and then we would pack up the car and head to the city park, where there would be a patriotic, fireworks show. To my family, the 4th of July meant something, it was not only the day we celebrated American independence but we celebrated the values that our family stood for. My family believed in hard work, independence, and personal freedom; they instilled those values in us and that is how my brothers and I have raised our children. Dad worked 12-hour shifts each day in a local factory, and our mom was as a school teacher. It did not matter how busy they were, they always made sure that we spent time together as a family. With mom being a school teacher, my brothers and I would sometimes hate coming home from school, if we got in trouble, she would always know. As soon as we walked through the door she would call us by our full names and we would have to sit at the table all night until all of our homework was done. We loved our parents, they taught us self-discipline and the importance of loyalty. Whenever my brothers and I would fight, mom used to say: “Your family is all that you have, you kids have to stick together.”
Dad died 3 years ago, and mom’s health started to deteriorate quickly after that; last year she suffered a major stroke that left her bedridden. My brothers and I have always stuck together when it came to caring for our parents, we took mom’s word to heart growing up, which is why we promised them that we would always be there to care for them as they aged. My siblings and I have our own families, and we do our best to check on mom, but we needed some additional support after she became bedridden. She is a prideful woman, and she maintains that same level of independence that she instilled in us. Mom wants to continue to live on her own, which is why we decided to call Caring People to help provide her with care. Caring People’s in-home senior care services are tailored to each client. Caring People had multiple locations, and even when mom insists on still traveling to Florida for our annual family trip, her compassionate caregiver can accompany her. Our family sticks together no matter the situation, and Caring People has provided us with the support we need to ensure that continues to occur.
Our clients and their families come first at Caring People, we are conveniently located throughout New York, New Jersey, and South Florida. Our compassionate caregivers are available to assist your family 24- hours a day. We have a flexible team of senior care professionals that include home health aides, nurses, and program managers that help us to deliver the best care at the highest standards.
We offers a variety of elderly companion care services, and we offer many programs that are easily integrated into the client’s care plan to ensure complete care, faster recovery, and increased independence. We want to be your go-to provider of senior care services.
Caring People is a leading home health care provider, and we design our senior care programs around the families that we serve. Each case is unique, and our consultation process begins with a listening session, to allow us to design a comprehensive care plan to fit your loved one’s needs.
New York is home to our corporate headquarters. Our offices in Forest Hills and Central Islip allow us to serve thousands of families in New York City and the surrounding areas, including Long Island.
Our Florida offices are service Miami, Pompano Beach, Delray Beach and the surrounding areas.