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Early Intervention Home Care Services for Seniors

Home Nurse Making Bed

Stay Independent with VISIT Home Support

It is important to seek early intervention for older adults living at home who may have difficulties with daily activities such as cooking, cleaning, or completing other physical tasks.


Early intervention can prevent more serious issues from developing and improve overall quality of life. Our service is dedicated to providing support for seniors and those with mental illness or cognitive disorders at the earliest possible point, enabling them to function more easily in the world and access necessary support.

Home Help with Independence

When you have a disability or are older, you may find it challenging to complete tasks as simple as cooking or cleaning. It can be difficult and unsettling for people with care needs, especially if you’re accustomed to being self-sufficient.


With the proper support in place, you can continue to feel independent, thrive in your home, and focus on what matters most to you without worrying about maintaining your home.

How VISIT can help you

  • Early intervention to prevent or delay the need for more expensive and intensive services later

  • Identification and addressing of problems with care before they become serious

  • Development of strategies to reduce the risk of hospitalization

  • Management of conditions to enable active living

  • Improvement of self-esteem and independence

  • Increased self-sufficiency and knowledge of healthy eating

  • Improved mental health

  • Assistance with household tasks such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry

  • Transportation to appointments, social events, and general shopping

  • Companionship and social interaction

  • Help with organization and staying on schedule

  • Reduction of stress and anxiety

  • Support for maintaining independence for longer periods of time

Elderly Woman at Gym

Early intervention can help you stay on top of your daily routines and tasks, maintain independence, regain confidence, and reduce the need for long-term care.

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