Craig T.|Suitland, MD
53 yrs old
Companion Care And Personal Assistance
Having personally been involved with the personal support of an elderly aunt, who had no children; making certain that she was taken to medical appointments, grocery shopping, preparing meals, home cleaning, helping with bill paying and financial management and overall quality of life support to facilitate her living in her home, for as long as possible, I recognized the benefit of such care and support to allow greater quality of home life for aging individuals. Like most of us, elderly people also enjoy being in their long-time homes. It brings them great joy and, as I believe, a better quality of life. Yet, the reality is that not everyone has the necessary support to be able to have this experience. Further, when my Dad was suffering from Alzheimer s, I played a key role in providing his daily care and support; thankfully allowing him to remain in his home until his last breath. So, there is heart and genuine personal commitment to my desire to assist others, in this regard.