For many people in Tennessee, bringing a caregiver into the home may seem challenging -- but we at Visiting Angels do everything we can to make it as easy as possible.
For one, we let you personally choose your Tennessee senior home caregiver by interviewing them and getting to know them on a personal level.
That way, you can be sure to find the right fit for you or your loved one. Senior home care services in Tennessee:
The Selection Process
- Ashland City
- Bell Buckle
- Forest Hills
- Johnson City
- Kingston Springs
- Spring Hill
- White Bluff
- Whites Creek
When we say you personally choose your elder care giver in Tennessee, we really mean it.
We at Visiting Angels allow you to interview and select the elder caregiver you want.
And that elder caregiver will work according to your schedule, making everything easier on you.
During the 80's, Jeffrey Johnson was the Director of Social Work in a Baltimore, Tennessee nursing home.
In his work, he heard frequent complaints from families about the limited options for loved ones who require elder care.
Jeffrey became determined to make homebound elder care more widely available.
During the early 90's, Jeffrey started a private duty non-medical home care agency called "The Senior Care Group, Inc."
Since then, the home care agency has become well-regarded in the Baltimore, Tennessee area.
The Birth of Visiting Angels
In the late 90's, on the heels of his success with "The Senior Care Group, Inc.,"
Jeffrey joined up with three other directors to start Visiting Angels, a nationwide network of elder care agencies.
Visiting Angels has always prided itself on providing the best possible elder care to seniors living in Tennessee.
In addition to offering the best care to seniors, we also offer expert training and respect to our staff, which in turn benefits the seniors in our care.
These are the components which have led Visiting Angels to be dubbed "America's Choice in Homecare."
Tennessee's Growing Elderly Population
Tennessee has its share of the baby boomers who are contributing strongly to nationwide trend of growing senior population.
Tennessee is experiencing a similar pattern of growth and change. Based on Census 2000,
Tennessee ranks as the 16th state in population aged 65 and over (703,311) and 29th in
the percentage of population aged 65 and over (12.4%). Tennesseans aged 60 and older
are expected to increase from the 2009 estimate of 1,151,915 to 1,535,044 by 2020. This
group will also take up a greater proportion of the state’s total population, growing from
18.6% in 2009 to 22.6% in 2020.
The need for senior home caregivers in Tennessee is growing at a proportional rate.
If you would like to learn a bit more about Visiting Angels elder care in Tennessee, you should fill out our senior care Information Request form.
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