By 2030, seniors will make up 19 percent of the U.S. population, meaning more of us will experience the physical and cognitive changes that go along with living a long life.
Seventy percent of those over age 65 will need some type of help in daily living for an average of three years, yet few of us know what that help will look like, how much it costs or how to even talk about what we’ll need.
You may be misled by the name but it amazed me to know they serve not just seniors. I used Wisdom Senior Care while I was recovering from hip surgery and was on crutches. They were amazing! I loved the caregiver team concept to assure I don't stay a single day without the care. They respected my space/preferences and were always super positive. I can tell they work really hard but I never felt like I was a burden to them. They care deeply about their work and their clients. It was such a breath of fresh air. They helped with anything and everything that I needed to get done from laundry, cleaning, cooking, taking me to my appointments, helping me put socks on, feeding cats, etc. My family and I would not have made it through this season without them. Thank you Wisdom Senior Care!
“Recently I contacted Wisdom Senior Care because I’d bumped my leg, which caused a large, painful, debilitating hematoma. The most important factor in my recovery was the home care worker’s human qualities. They brought their competence, kindness, and encouragement into my home every day they were needed, what a difference it made!"
“We learned 4 years ago that I had ALS and needed intensive personal care. My wife and I did different interviews in seeking the right ows, a retirement community where we live, and some of its residents told us about Wisdom’s reputation. That made our decision to choose Wisdom confidently and we are not disappointed."