About Preferred Care at Home Denver Metro, CO
After 25 years of finance work in the corporate world, owner, Rita Scott’s life took a passionate turn to senior home care. Although it was considered a bold move, she left her job to find a more fulfilling pursuit. Several months into soul searching, she continually recalled a business experience she had at a nursing home. While the facility was wonderful, the emotional toll taken on the residencies stuck with her. “Losing one’s independence and having to leave home is oftentimes a sad and unnecessary act.” says owner, Rita Scott.
Now, Rita’s mother, at age 70 is concerned about her future care. She fears that if she doesn’t remain active she might have to leave home. “It breaks my heart. My mother, like many seniors, is searching for ways to stay independent in the comfort and security of home.” says owner Rita Scott. So, driven to make a difference in the lives of seniors, she partnered with Preferred Care at Home.
“My mother is my inspiration. Beyond a promise to offer reliable, compassionate and affordable care, I promise to care for your loved ones like I would my mother!”
Celebrating life, dignity and independence.TM
“We have had the privilege of assisting our clients to improve the quality of life while safeguarding their dignity and independence. We do this by placing reliable, compassionate, experienced and affordable caregivers in the home or care facility.”
Preferred Care at Home of Denver Metro understands that long-term care can be costly and we have built a reputation of offering quality services at affordable prices. Our wide range of non-medical services are available from 1 to 24 hours per day. Our cost effective live-in care is our specialty, providing 24-hour peace of mind for our clients and their family.
Latest Blog Posts
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- Home Safety: 7 Bathroom Safety Tips
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