When You Must Avoid Driving to Your Favorite Places, Our Home Health Agency Can Help

Our South Florida home health aide agency knows that the challenges of aging, illness, or disability can impose lifestyle limitations on you or your loved ones. Such challenges do not have to be catastrophic for you to contact our HHA agency to see how we can make your life easier, even more enjoyable, with home aides or, especially in less limiting situations, companions.


Many older adults must avoid driving due to reduced vision, decreased reflexes, or cognitive impairment from Alzheimer’s and related dementias. But having to give up the car keys or truck keys doesn’t mean that you have to give up your mobility. If you or your loved one can benefit from transportation assistance, our homecare agency’s professional caregivers can accompany you wherever you need to go.

Our agency’s caregivers provide safe, secure transportation and accompaniment for a variety of outings like:

Doctor Appointments


Going To A Hairdresser Or Beauty Salon

Visiting Friends And Family

Places Of Worship, Or Other Religious Events

Picking Up Prescriptions From The Pharmacy & Assistance with Self-Medication (if needed)

Activites Such As Going To The Movies Or Dining At A Restaurant

How can companion care services help?


Our home health agency takes a holistic approach toward you or your loved one’s care plan. Wellness isn’t just for the body, for physical health. Our goal is to provide homecare throughout South Florida that encompasses body, mind, emotions, and general well-being.


Seniors who continue to be socially engaged live longer. They also have a higher quality of life, enjoying their favorite activities, seeing their friends, or attending places of worship. (Companionship at mealtime is great, too, which is why we offer homecare services like grocery shopping and meal prep.) Our home health care agency knows that interacting with others eases loneliness or depression, and that aids overall body health, especially retaining cognitive and slowing the impact of Alzheimer’s and related dementias.


Aging or disability should not mean drastic changes in lifestyle. We understand the challenges of restoring balance to one’s life when circumstances change. (See our elderly home health resources for more information about making these transitions.) As long as there is the desire and will, our agency’s caregivers will work with your loved one to continue experiencing life to its fullest. We can provide this service for you or your loved one for as little as a few hours, or for the amount of time you desire.