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Because They Deserve the Best

We offer you the company,

the help, and the support

that our dear seniors need.

Why Choose In Home Elder Care Solutions?

Care and Support 24/7

Our client’s well-being is our top priority. We offer a wide variety of services and are always available to answer questions or address any concerns our clients or their family members may have. IHECS is a company that provides professional care and physical, emotional, and mental support directed at senior adults. We are here to care for and help you and your family.

Customized Care

Our mission at IHECS is to make the whole process of finding a caregiver and care you need as comforting and reassuring as possible for everyone involved along the way. Our experienced and professional caregivers are all oriented to provide the most supportive and personalized experience possible. IHECS offers a wide variety of personalized care customized to your needs and wants.

Experienced Caregivers

IHECS staff has a comprehensive approach during the care process in our models of integral care, education, preparation and training is provided with great care for our staff and principal emphasis on our caregivers, who undergo a rigorous training process of our care model and for each case and client in particular, in order to provide 100% individualized services of guaranteed quality

Because We Care

Medical News

  • Financial Planning for Caregivers
    by Kristen Hicks on 9 September, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    Financial Planning for Caregivers Last Updated: September 9, 2019 How can you ensure that both you and the parents or senior loved ones that you are caring for will all continue to live a comfortable life as you age? Often, too many caregivers manage complicated finances alone, but help is out there. We spoke with Greg Smith at Transamerica, who recommends that caregivers The post Financial Planning for Caregivers appeared first on SeniorAdvisor.com Blog.

  • 4 Reasons Why Family Caregivers Should Keep Their Financial Records
    by Megan Hammons on 2 September, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    4 Reasons Why Family Caregivers Should Keep Their Financial Records Last Updated: September 2, 2019 Caregiving typically does not happen in one singular moment; instead, it often gradually develops over time. You may begin by helping your parent or senior loved one with small errands, like picking up groceries or driving to doctor appointments. You are acting out of love The post 4 Reasons Why Family Caregivers Should Keep Their Financial Records appeared first on SeniorAdvisor.com Blog.

  • Senior Care: Who’ll Help Your Parents With Doctor Visits?
    by Casey Kelly-Barton on 26 August, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    Senior Care: Who’ll Help Your Parents With Doctor Visits? Last Updated: August 26, 2019 When you’re looking for senior living care or a community for your parents or senior loved ones, you know you need to ask the right questions but you may not know exactly which ones. We recently interviewed families who’ve gone through a senior care search about what questions The post Senior Care: Who’ll Help Your Parents With Doctor Visits? appeared first on SeniorAdvisor.com Blog.

  • Working to Ensure a Senior Loved One Receives Proper Care
    by SeniorAdvisor.com Staff on 19 August, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    Working to Ensure a Senior Loved One Receives Proper Care Last Updated: August 19, 2019 There comes a time when our parents or senior loved ones are no longer able to care for themselves. Some families choose senior living communities to care for a loved one’s needs during this time. It is important to continue to check-in with a loved one in senior living periodically, The post Working to Ensure a Senior Loved One Receives Proper Care appeared first on SeniorAdvisor.com Blog.

  • Managing Your Parent’s Care From a Distance
    by Casey Kelly-Barton on 12 August, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    Managing Your Parent’s Care From a Distance Last Updated: August 12, 2019 Helping your parents as they age is always a balancing act. You may want them to be safe and secure so you’re not always worrying. They may want to be as independent and live at home as long as possible. Living far from your folks adds to the The post Managing Your Parent’s Care From a Distance appeared first on SeniorAdvisor.com Blog.