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Light Housekeeping for Seniors in Raleigh, NC and Surrounding Areas

Serving Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Fuquay-Varina and other Wake County, NC Communities

Visiting Angels RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
5700 Six Forks Rd #102
Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: 919-694-4482
Fax: 919-861-6954
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Light Housekeeping for Seniors in Raleigh, NC and Surrounding Areas

It is common for individuals to have difficulty with basic chores as they age. Taking care of one's house is one of the most challenging tasks. It might be difficult to clean shelves and remove debris from pathways when you have mobility limitations. Dementia patients may also forget to run the dishwasher or remove their garments from a washing machine on occasion. If dirty dishes are stacking up in the sink, stains are appearing on the counters, or the floor is becoming more cluttered, your loved one may need assistance with light housekeeping.

At Visiting Angels of Raleigh, we give seniors and disabled adults in Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Fuquay-Varina and throughout Wake County, NC many different options for home care services. One of these options is for seniors to get help with light housekeeping. Our caregivers can help your loved one clean up and put things away at home, which will make it easier for them to age in place safely and comfortably.

How Do Seniors Benefit from Light Housekeeping Assistance?

Having a clean house is important when you live on your own. For seniors, it helps them stay safe and healthy.

Cleaning the house can help get rid of germs on places like doorknobs and stair railings that people touch often, as well as on clothes that are often worn outside. This can help keep your loved one from getting sick, which is important because getting older can weaken the immune system.

Additionally, keeping the house clean can help seniors avoid the risks of falling. Seniors can lose their balance and fall over if there are too many things in the way or if there are puddles on the floor. This can cause serious injuries like broken or fractured bones or head injuries. This can make it hard to get back on your feet or even make you lose your independence.

A professional caregiver from Visiting Angels of Raleigh can help your loved one with light housekeeping tasks if they are having trouble doing them on their own. As part of our home care services, we offer assistance with light housekeeping. This helps us make sure that our clients are safe and comfortable in their own homes.

Why Choose Visiting Angels of Raleigh?

For light housekeeping help, families in Wake County rely on Visiting Angels of Raleigh because we believe in a one-on-one approach to home care for seniors. In other words, we'll work with you to figure out exactly what services your loved one needs while also respecting their schedule.

Our caregivers can help your loved one with:

  • Help with doing laundry
  • Washing dishes
  • Cleaning countertops and other surfaces
  • Dusting and sweeping
  • Clearing walkways
  • Changing bedsheets
  • Taking out the garbage
  • And more

We can also help with more than light housekeeping. Additionally, our home care services include help with bathing and getting dressed, meal planning and preparation, medication reminders, running errands and so much more. When our caregivers help seniors with routine duties, it makes it much simpler for them to maintain their independence.

Call our Raleigh, NC office at 919-694-4482 to schedule a free in-home consultation today!

Serving Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Fuquay-Varina and other Wake County, NC Communities

Visiting Angels RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
5700 Six Forks Rd #102
Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: 919-694-4482
Fax: 919-861-6954

Serving Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Fuquay-Varina and other Wake County, NC Communities

Visiting Angels RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
5700 Six Forks Rd #102
Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: 919-694-4482
Fax: 919-861-6954
CDC Updates
Get the latest information on COVID-19 from the Department of Health