Personalized Senior Care At Home

Care for a sick or injured elderly loved one in the comfort of their own home.

Specialty Care For Special Seniors

Each and every senior has unique experiences, wants, and needs. Specialty Care takes our personalized approach to senior care a step further so we can provide excellent care that fits your senior loved one’s lifestyle.

Caring for a loved one with an advanced illness or who is recovering from injury can be an overwhelming task. Let our dedicated caregivers help relieve the strain and help you navigate the inevitable challenges.

Our caregivers receive the latest in training and education to meet the needs of your loved one.

If you intend for your family member to remain at home during this time, RetireEASE can assist you in organizing and managing home healthcare services, hospice agencies, rehabilitation services, or geriatric care managers to become the hub of a comprehensive care team.

Senior Care Services

Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Many Alzheimer’s patients in the early to middle stages of the disease can still be cared for at home. It’s important to establish a daily routine for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia.

We will ensure continued good hygiene and create a sense of normalcy, routine, and safety.


Caring for a family member who has suffered a stroke can be daunting. We can assist with their everyday needs while they heal, from providing transport to appointments to helping with household chores.

Our caregivers are experienced in working with individuals who have suffered a stroke and are ready to help your loved one during their recovery.

Parkinson’s and Neuromuscular Disorders

The safety and well-being of your loved one is our priority. When working with a client who suffers from a Neuromuscular disease, our focus will remain on their safety and supervision, dressing, grooming, housekeeping, and any of our other care services.

Loss of Mobility

Caring for a family member who has lost partial or all mobility can be taxing and stressful. Allow our trained caregivers to assist you and your family member in the daily tasks of dressing, eating, personal hygiene, and more.

What’s the Next Step?

Are you ready to learn more about how our team can help smooth the aging process and transition for your senior loved one?

We have our caregiver experts standing by ready to get you started.

Not quite sure which service is right for your elderly loved one’s situation? No problem!

Schedule a complimentary care evaluation to get all the answers to your questions and recommendations for your loved one’s needs.

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