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“Our mission is to ensure a better quality of life for our elderly clients and their families by providing dependable and affordable care.”

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Age in Place & Stay in Your Home

Age in Place & Stay in Your Home

Does your parent or loved one prefer to age in place rather than an assisted living facility or nursing home? Love At Home Senior Care can help.

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Caregivers

Caregivers

We strive to build an elite team of Personal Assistants unlike any other in the business and encourage your suggestions as we achieve this goal.

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"Spokane and surrounding areas premiere caregiving service"

Because your home is more than just a shelter, it's a haven!

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We choose to make a positive difference in the aging experience.

Five Tips for Keeping Your Senior’s Bedroom Safe and Ready for Sleep

Five Tips for Keeping Your Senior’s Bedroom Safe and Ready for Sleep

Posted by Andy Niska, Owner on Sep 13, 2018

Much of the time that your elderly family member spends in her bedroom might find her drowsy or groggy, which can be a prime cause of falling. She also needs to be able to get some sleep there, so the room has a lot of requirements. She’s Got Safety Tools at the...

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Is Coffee a Healthy Choice for Your Senior?

Is Coffee a Healthy Choice for Your Senior?

Posted by Andy Niska, Owner on Sep 6, 2018

Many people begin their day with a cup or two of coffee, and some enjoy sipping the beverage throughout the day. It can be a great way to get a boost first thing in the morning, but you may worry that coffee isn’t the healthiest choice for your aging parent....

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How Can You Keep Being a Caregiver as Long as Possible?

How Can You Keep Being a Caregiver as Long as Possible?

Posted by Andy Niska, Owner on Aug 30, 2018

Caregiving doesn’t last forever, whether that means that your senior no longer needs you or you simply aren’t able to be a caregiver any longer. Ideally, you should be able to be there for your aging adult for as long as she needs you. So how do you do...

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