What aging with dignity means to us...

"Aging with dignity means living in a safe and comfortable environment where physical, emotional, and social needs are met. Our caregivers create a nurturing atmosphere where clients feel secure and valued, whether they're receiving assistance with personal care, engaging in leisure activities, or simply enjoying companionship."

Our caregivers are...

"Our caregivers prioritize open and transparent communication with clients and their families. They are known for their compassionate and empathetic approach towards our clients. They not only attend to physical needs but also provide emotional support, companionship, and understanding. They also understand that every individual requires different levels of assistance and support."

The care we offer is unique because...

"We tailor our care plans to fit the specific requirements of each client, ensuring they receive the personalized attention they deserve. We maintain open and transparent communication channels with both clients and their families, keeping them informed about their loved one's progress and addressing any concerns promptly."

Important to remember when caring for someone...

"The most important thing to remember when caring for a senior is to approach them with empathy, respect, and patience. Aging can bring about physical and cognitive changes that may be challenging for both the senior and their caregivers. Understanding their needs, preferences, and limitations is crucial for providing appropriate care."

What person-centered care means to us...

"At Graceful Healing Home Care, person-centered care is the cornerstone of our approach to providing exceptional care to seniors and the disabled. We believe that every individual we serve is unique, with their own preferences, needs, and values. Person-centered care means treating each person with dignity, respect, and compassion, while also actively involving them in decisions about their care. We tailor our care plans to meet their specific needs and goals, whether it's assistance with daily activities, medication management, mobility support, or emotional companionship."

What would you want to know for family member care ...

"I want to know how the agency communicates about my loved one's care plan, any changes in their condition, and how they handle emergencies or unexpected situations. I would also want to know what specific services are being provided, how often the caregiver will be visiting, and any special instructions or preferences my loved one has."

Graceful Healing Home Care

Decatur, GA
800-494-1393

What aging with dignity means to us...

"Aging with dignity means living in a safe and comfortable environment where physical, emotional, and social needs are met. Our caregivers create a nurturing atmosphere where clients feel secure and valued, whether they're receiving assistance with personal care, engaging in leisure activities, or simply enjoying companionship."

Our caregivers are...

"Our caregivers prioritize open and transparent communication with clients and their families. They are known for their compassionate and empathetic approach towards our clients. They not only attend to physical needs but also provide emotional support, companionship, and understanding. They also understand that every individual requires different levels of assistance and support."

The care we offer is unique because...

"We tailor our care plans to fit the specific requirements of each client, ensuring they receive the personalized attention they deserve. We maintain open and transparent communication channels with both clients and their families, keeping them informed about their loved one's progress and addressing any concerns promptly."

Important to remember when caring for someone...

"The most important thing to remember when caring for a senior is to approach them with empathy, respect, and patience. Aging can bring about physical and cognitive changes that may be challenging for both the senior and their caregivers. Understanding their needs, preferences, and limitations is crucial for providing appropriate care."

What person-centered care means to us...

"At Graceful Healing Home Care, person-centered care is the cornerstone of our approach to providing exceptional care to seniors and the disabled. We believe that every individual we serve is unique, with their own preferences, needs, and values. Person-centered care means treating each person with dignity, respect, and compassion, while also actively involving them in decisions about their care. We tailor our care plans to meet their specific needs and goals, whether it's assistance with daily activities, medication management, mobility support, or emotional companionship."

What would you want to know for family member care ...

"I want to know how the agency communicates about my loved one's care plan, any changes in their condition, and how they handle emergencies or unexpected situations. I would also want to know what specific services are being provided, how often the caregiver will be visiting, and any special instructions or preferences my loved one has."

Quality Network

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About

Graceful Healing Home Care is a non-medical, in-home care provider who maintains the highest quality standards in the industry. Our goal is to add value into the lives of our clients and those who love them. We value our employees the same way we value our clients! We search for and recruit compassionate and dedicated CNAs to join our growing team. Our Agency is dedicated to hiring people we can trust with our own families. Our CNA’s deliver personal care and other services in accordance with an established plan of care in the comfort of our clients home.

Services

Bathing
Companionship
Dressing and Grooming
Eating Support
Errands
Home Maintenance
House Cleaning
Laundry
Meal Prep
Medication Management
Mobility Support
Respite
Restroom Care
Round the Clock Care
Transition to Bed
Transportation
Hospice/Palliative/End of Life Support

Specialties
& Additional Therapies

Cognitive Impairment
Alzheimer's Disease
Parkinson's Disease
Diabetes Management
Cancer Care