Caregivers: Seeking Rest and Help

Made by: Joe Duke Category: Caregivers, Education, Families

If you have been providing care for a loved one for any number of months, you know how difficult it can be. Recent studies have shown that caregivers suffer physical, emotional, financial, and familial difficulties due to the stresses of caring for a loved one. Google defines respite care as “temporary institutional care of a dependent elderly,…

Caregivers: Surviving Winter Fatigue

Made by: Joe Duke Category: Caregivers, Diseases, Education

In Washington, the winter months can drag. During the darkest day of December, the sun sets at 4:20 p.m. reducing the amount of sunlight one is exposed to by drastic amounts. It’s during this time that many people encounter depression and fatigue; a classic case of the “winter blues.” Don’t ignore these symptoms. They may be associated…

Transition: From the Nursing Home back Home

Made by: Joe Duke Category: Education, Families, Health

The Problem If your parent is staying in a nursing home, you’ve problem heard them say “I hate it here” or “They don’t treat me well.” There is value in these strong protests. They’ve been removed from their home, placed in a facility with people they’ve never met, and receive care from an already busy…

Senior Care: The Importance of Activity

Made by: Joe Duke Category: Caregivers, Education, Health

A Physical Problem One of the toughest aspects of aging is realizing that you’re no longer able to do your favorite activities. We go from constant physical and mental activity to exhaustion. As caregivers, we’re left wondering how we can help our parent maintain a lifestyle that promotes physical and mental health. The Center for Disease…

Creating a Safe Space for your Elderly Parent

Made by: Joe Duke Category: Education, Families

We know that our parents don’t want to move to assisted living facilities, but we want them to stay safe. They would love to maintain a certain level of independence and have the peace of living in one’s own home. You don’t know how to take the next step. On one hand, you know that…

Our Story

We believe in a simple principle- do the right thing, even when no one is watching. This principle guides our work as a company, as caregivers, and as members of the community.


Core Values

Doing good to all people as we have opportunity
Doing what is right even when no one is watching
Striving to do all things well
Enjoying relationships with our coworkers, clients, and the people we encounter through the course of our service
Creating an environment where people are inspired and enabled to reach their full potential
“The care you need in the place you love.”


Helping people truly enjoy life at home.


To be the best home care provider and employer in the Puget Sound and do so in a way that displays the love of Jesus.