North River Home Care’s highly experienced and dedicated care staff serves clients with a variety of needs to help your loved one remain at home, including:
Personal and companionship care services are designed for those who can no longer drive themselves, need assistance with daily chores, or just a friendly face to provide companionship.Learn More
Being a family caregiver takes time, patience and coordination. We can help you be providing short-term care for your loved one.Learn More
Home care is a helpful way to maintain a high quality of life for individuals living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.Learn More
See firsthand the positive outcome of private home care services for your loved one, and improve their quality of life today. Our compassionate, experienced caregivers are dedicated to serving seniors in their own homes and provide the attention they deserve.
As a family-owned and operated Norwell senior home care company, North River Home Care understands firsthand how crucial it is for family members to obtain superior home care services for a loved one needing assistance. As former family caregivers, we understand the challenges that today’s families face when trying to balance senior care, family care, and work. Our mission is to ensure a better quality of life for our elderly clients and peace of mind for their families.
Learn more about how our home care services and home caregivers have provided independence, support, and compassion for our clients. You can also get more information and hear the advice of our founder in our free handbook to help you navigate your questions to home care services for your loved one.
Written by our founder Heather Kenney, this guide answers your questions about home care and other senior care options.
We are actively hiring dynamic, passionate caregivers who can easily adapt to various kinds of clients and complex situations.
Help seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia enjoy Thanksgiving
But you also don’t want them to get overstimulated or agitated.
There is a genetic link to Alzheimer’s and some dementia-related diseases. However, whether or not a person develops dementia is more complicated than whether or not they carry a specific gene. There are a range of factors, in addition to genetics, that catalyze or activate dementia onset.
Dementia is a progressive disease and is often described in three stages: early dementia, mid-stage dementia, and late-stage dementia. But as memory care professionals, we’ve observed that each significant stage is divided into mini-stages correlating to specific home care needs.
Recognizing the various stages of dementia helps spouses and family caregivers understand which home care services are needed now and how to plan for the future.