At Montgomery Home Care Assistance, our mission is to change the way the world ages. We do this by offering comprehensive hourly and live-in care that enables older adults to maintain the lifestyle and freedom they want and deserve. We provide the most reputable and compassionate care in the industry. Our services are distinguished by the caliber of our caregivers, the responsiveness of our staff, and our expertise in home care. We embrace a positive, balanced approach to aging, centered around the evolving needs of older adults. Give us a call today at (334) 593-3988 to speak with a Care Manager and schedule your free consultation.
Live-In or 24 Hour Care offers seniors the opportunity to age in place, in a familiar home environment surrounded by their cherished memories. Around-the-clock care is a great alternative to assisted living facilities or retirement homes.
Home Care Assistance proudly trains our caregivers in the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™ so that clients can receive one-to-one cognitive stimulation as well as support with basic care and activities of daily living– at no additional cost.
Hourly home care is not only used to enhance the lives of our senior clients, but the lives of their families as well. Hourly care can provide family caregivers with time to attend to their own needs and personal obligations.
There are many options to consider when looking for solutions in caring for your aging loved ones, including live-in facilities. We can help you determine the best possible care for your loved one with whatever budget you are working with.
The Balanced Care Method, our proprietary evidence-based holistic approach to care, promotes longevity and seniors’ overall wellbeing by focusing onhealthy nutrition, regular exercise, mental and social activity, and promoting the cultivation of a larger sense of meaning and purpose. Learn More
Our Cognitive Therapeutics Method—a science-based program designed to boost cognitive ability—was created particularly for seniors with impaired memory, but all seniors can reap its benefits. CTM works to boostcognitive health with stimulating activities and fun games that target the areas ofmemory, visual-spatial perception, attention, language, and executive functioning. Learn More
I, too, have been in the same situation when many years ago my Grandmother, a smart, independent woman who had traveled the world, spoke 5 different languages, and lived an altogether fruitful life, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. We didn’t know what to do or where to turn. We had a responsibility to our proud family member to allow her to continue to live with dignity and comfort. We took this responsibility seriously and we know that you do as well. Assistance is just a phone call away as we are here to help and guide you through this difficult life challenge.
"I have been very pleased with the level of care they have given my parents in Auburn. I live out of town so it has been great knowing they are looked after. The caregivers are very well trained and really care about what they do."
"I was able to get home care for my mother. The staff is very helpful and the consultation process is really easy and informative. I highly recommend Kristy and her staff."
"I have had the opportunity to get to know Kristy at Home Care Assistance of Montgomery and would recommend them to any family who is looking for in-home care for a loved one. It is rare to find an organization that has such high standards when caring for an aging adult."
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