"...She takes care of both of us..."
My wife is so pleased and has bonded like mother and daughter to our caregiver. I thought I could do it all but that is not the case, she (caregiver) takes care of both of us.
- Frank M.
"...I love my caregiver..."
I love my caregiver and thank you for being so selective in finding her. Our personalities fit so well together and that makes my healing process seem to take place faster than maybe I want.
- Ida J.
"...EssentialCare has been a life saver..."
EssentialCare has been a life saver for both me and my aging mother! My mother loves her caregiver and I have complete peace of mind knowing that mom is in such capable hands. EssentialCare is the best!
- Mary G.
"...gratitude for the loving workers..."
We express gratitude for the loving workers. They have helped ease our burden and moved us to tears frequently as we have seen the tender care they bestow on our loved ones. We are grateful that our paths crossed with EssentialCare and feel that maybe they should be called Loving Care instead.
- John and Ann Freeze
"...Maryann has no issues at all..."
You have the best caregivers ever. Maryann has no issues at all. She has no bed sores, no marks of any kind and is always so clean and fresh.
- Donna (Hospice Nurse)
"...You guys Rock!..."
LOVE you guys! You guys ROCK!!!! Thanks for taking care of my Grandma and Auntie! I highly recommend if your loved one is located in South Salt Lake City Utah or Utah County, go see Naomi Stroud! She is so sweet and shows genuine concern for our wise elderly loved ones! Thank you Naomi and EssentialCare!
- Josephine Anna Ku'uipo
"...people to assist my father fulfill his wish..."
On January 11, 2011 there was a 90 year old man in an assisted living center that had no desire to live. He wanted out of the ALC to go home and die. He told his son on January 10th that he was going to die that day if he did not put a move on getting him out of there. Hospice dropped George Sr. off at 12:00 noon at George Jr. home. EssentialCare was called to have a caregiver the next morning to start live-in help. With the look on the eyes of George Jr. my impression was to make whatever arrangements possible to have a caregiver there to spend the night to comfort both father and son. The caregiver was there two hours and George Sr. passed on. George Smith (son) said, "I am so grateful that you thought enough about us as clients and people that in my hour of need I had caring knowledgeable people to take over and do what needed to be done to assist my father fulfill his wish.