From a grateful son:

In 2016, my 83-year-old mother, suffering from dementia and blindness, had been in assisted living and under the care of many different caregivers over a number of years.

It was a struggle because either the caregivers were not a good fit, or when they were, they would be short term.

Finally, I heard about Seniors Helping Seniors. From the moment Linda showed up, I knew mom was in good hands. My mom told me after the first meeting that she really liked “sweet Linda” and that they had so much fun.

The next year and a half, Linda became like family. She was generous, caring, funloving and treated my mom as though she was her life-long dear friend. My mom looked so forward to their times together. I always felt Linda prioritized my mom’s care, whether it was during the holidays, weekends, or even during a major hurricane.

When Linda went on vacation, she would still reach out to make sure mom was getting cared for. After my mother died, Linda was there for me too, and I still continue a year later to talk to her and reminisce about their time together.

It takes a special person for this kind of work. I would highly recommend Seniors Helping Seniors and Linda. You will be grateful too.

— Tom M.