If you have ever served as a family caregiver, you know all too well the stresses associated with that role. Finding quality services or help, managing the costs of care or securing enough time in the day to accomplish never-ending tasks is more than enough for all caregivers. For the last 28 years, Interfaith CarePartners has offered free caregiving services through a core of volunteers to residents of the Greater Houston area.
On an annual basis, this nationally recognized, award-winning organization provides free in-home or on-site, non-medical care and educational services to 5,000 to 6,000 individuals who are dealing with difficult diagnoses and to their family caregivers. Now, Interfaith CarePartners is proud to announce the launch of its new subsidiary Personal Assistant Service (PAS), CarePartners Together.
CarePartners Together is a competitively priced, fee-based service that provides quality companion care to individuals across the age range who may be dealing with a particular diagnosis or who may just need some basic help around the house. CarePartners Together attendants provide excellent non-medical care, including transportation, meal preparation and light housekeeping, to families and individuals looking for a little extra assistance.
CarePartners Together is licensed by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), bonded and insured. They are equipped to provide care for as little as a few hours a week to as much as 24/7 care. They are currently running discount specials for the holidays and new year, so please call CEO John K. Burk, Ph.D. or Administrator Veronica Seivwright, GCM, LMSW at 713-263-7277 to learn more about how CarePartners Together can help you “Make Days Better.”