At Neighbors Who Care, we firmly believe that aging adults deserve compassionate care and utmost respect. Our team of devoted volunteers is committed to offering a range of non-medical and assistive services to our clients who are typically confined to their homes due to chronic illness, physical limitations, or hospitalization recovery.
Our ultimate goal is to cater to the needs of homebound seniors in our community who desire to remain in their own homes by providing them with the necessary care and support to maintain their independence and quality of life for as long as possible.
Thanks to the exceptional services provided by our volunteers, our clients have been able to reside in their homes for an average of 5 years longer.
Volunteers enhance the quality of life and relieve loneliness of homebound and disabled persons through regular visits and opportunities to share like-minded interests.
Respite Care Visits
Volunteers provide company and conversation helping to those who cannot be left alone and allowing the caregiver a much-needed break.
Volunteers make regular telephone calls - whether daily or a few times a week - to check in with clients, chat for a few minutes, and wish them well for the day or evening.
Volunteers offer check-in visits for our clients, and short-term welfare visits for people recovering from illness or hospitalization who live alone.
Transportation services offer homebound seniors access to medical appointments to help support their independence and well-being.
Homebound seniors who no longer drive don't have to worry about grocery shopping and errands with our volunteer van shuttle service to local grocery/retail stores.
Weekday dinner delivery service offered by volunteers provides homebound seniors with reasonably priced, delicious meals on a short-term or ongoing basis.
Shopping and Errands
Our volunteer drivers provide transportation or pick-up services for seniors who no longer drive and need help with shopping or running errands.
Volunteers provide much-needed assistance to aging adults by helping with minor repairs to keep them safe and happy in their own homes.
Volunteers assist our clients with small business tasks such as preparing tax reports or insurance forms, organizing and paying bills, and sorting mail.