Downtown Henderson, Kentucky

Mash Home Care

Mash Home Care

(270) 212-3620
Mash Home Care, Elder Care, Health and Beauty, Henderson, Kentucky

Do you have a loved one living at home with minimal support from a caregiver? Or maybe you’ve found yourself in a position where you’re the sole care provider, but you can’t find the time to give them what they deserve so they can live a comfortable life? Thanks to the caregivers at MASH Home Care in Henderson, KY, your loved ones will have access to a professional staff dedicated to providing various levels of assistance and care so everyone can live stress-free.

From homes and assisted living communities to hospitals and long-term facilities, their elderly care specialists can assist virtually anywhere. These highly trained professionals offer personal care, homemaker, and companion services with flexible hours to accommodate the needs of their clients. With team members who are screened, trained, supervised, and insured, you’ll always be apprised by the care provider of their progress and interactions with your loved one.

If your loved one needs assistance with basic, everyday functioning, they’ll benefit from personal care services provided by their trained caregivers. These services include assistance with eating, grooming, hygiene, toileting, mobility, and healthy dieting. Their homemaker services offer assistance with household tasks like cleaning, meal prep, grocery shopping, laundry, and transportation.

Whether you’re taking care of a loved one on your own or they’re living in an assisted or independent living facility, trust MASH Home Care to provide unmatched care for your elderly loved ones. Call them today at (270) 212-3620 or visit them online for more information.

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