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Hourly Senior Care In Home

If you need help or support, taking care of a loved one, who is aging, disabled, or suffers from long-term ailments, you can opt for a caregiver on an hourly basis. Best Life Caregivers are highly dependable & safe— you have absolutely nothing to worry about, once you connect with us. 

If you or somebody you know, lives alone with no one to depend on, we have a caring staff that will help you with daily errands, light cooking, cleaning, appointments, and social excursions. 

Our highly trained & experienced caregivers help you or your family member with day-to-day responsibilities and reduce stress. Focus on your job, family, business, or that new hobby you are interested in, without worrying about your mom, dad, uncle, or grandfather, as they are in good hands with Best Life Caregivers. 

Everybody wants the most trustworthy and finest quality of support for their people, whether it is their spouse, parent, or relative. Watching someone go through chronic illness, disability, and old age is terrifying. What helps during these times, is a caregiver guaranteed trustworthy that won’t screw you or your family over.

Best Life Caregivers help your loved ones, support your family, and in turn, free up your time and energy. This way you can focus on your needs, instead of stressing out when you’re away from your loved one.

Live in Home Care Assistance

At Best Life Caregivers, we promise you top-notch support that is dependable, trained, and 100% background-checked.  Family members living in New Haven, Stamford, and Bridgeport suffering from long-term ailments or that need constant attention can get 24/7 attention. Our live-in caregivers help with:
  • Changing bedding
  • Getting dressed
  • Meal preparation
  • Getting to & from  appointments 
  • Playing indoor games 
  • Going for walks
  • Engaging in quality conversation
Our staff ensures that your family member has someone they can count on while you’re doing what you need to get done. If you’re someone whose parent or family member needs constant care, this is a life-changing solution.  When you connect with us, it’s time for you to relax, recharge, and reprioritize your personal tasks without feeling anxious. Your people are safe with us.   Everyone wants someone who listens to them, a shoulder to depend on and a safe & comforting presence. We engage with your family member throughout the day and provide reliable and authentic companionship. We create an environment of warmth and support -  your family member gets respectful care & attention, without having to move into assisted living. Once you reach out to us, we’ll do everything we can to understand your situation and assign you a caregiver that meets all your needs. 

Senior Home Care: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

After working with hundreds of clients, across Connecticut, we know the most common questions and concerns of families. When a member of the family is struggling, usually these queries are overlooked or just put on the back burner for later. However, to deliver you the best possible care, we act with transparency, always. 

We have tried to answer some of the most important questions and concerns you might have below. If there are any queries that are left answered, do not hesitate to reach out to us by filling out a form here.
Non-medical caregivers cannot administer injections, insulins, or any other medicines. They cannot offer any form of medical procedures to the clients. A non-medical caregiver mostly assists in routine activities such as eating, bathing, maintaining personal hygiene, light cooking, laundry, shopping, and social excursions. A non-medical caregiver must not be asked to aid or be a part of any medical procedure. Only a licensed nurse can provide such services. 
Yes, caregiver expense is tax deductible. Medical expenditure of an elderly parent, or a relative is tax deductible. To claim the caregiver expenses, you need to add your family member as a dependent on your tax forms. On the basis of their legal residency, income level, and status, it shall be determined whether they are eligible to be dependent or not.
Medicare may or may not pay for non-medical home care services in addition to home health care services. It is important to understand that Medicare does not cover the ongoing personal care of an elderly or handicapped family member. These non-medical home care services are often covered by other insurance policies or out of your personal pocket.




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