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Visiting Angels

Visiting Angels

3306 Clays Mill Rd
Lexington, KY 40503
(859) 223-0398
Visiting Angels, Assisted Living Facilities, Health and Beauty, Lexington, Kentucky

The eldest of our family members can sometimes have a difficult time finding adequate care, whether they’re living alone or you’re providing living space for them. With Visiting Angels in Lexington, KY, you’ll find the in-home care needed for the elderly to live comfortable, enjoyable, and independent lives. Whether it’s help with personal things around the house or for dementia care and assistance, their care providers and services are just what your parents and grandparents need.


Ease your burden by choosing Visiting Angels for exceptional senior care in the comfort of your own home. This locally owned and operated agency offers various types of services for the seniors in your life, including home, companion, personal, and respite care. Their professional crew works closely with you and your loved one to determine what the best methods for care will be and offers a free assessment at your home or assisted living facility.


From meal preparation to running errands, there are plenty of benefits to using their in-home care services, depending on what type of care you require. They can provide assistance with personal hygiene and transportation when your family members struggle with mobility or when your errands cause you to leave your home for hours on end. In extreme circumstances, they can also provide Alzheimer’s or dementia care.


Take care of your elderly family members and choose Visiting Angels to bring them the comfort and in-home care they deserve. Start today by calling (859) 223-0398 or visiting them online.

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