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Apr. 28—A senior home care provider is slated to open a new location in the
“The pandemic has certainly changed the way people think about staying home,” she said in an email. “[Seniors] were ‘forced’ to stay home during Covid and realized either they needed services to assist them while they couldn’t go out and about or families saw the day to day of their loved ones in a different light, realizing their loved ones needed more care.”
Where the new local office will be is still up in the air, but she said the company is hoping to rent space in the
Meanwhile, Pelletier said Armistead’s
And as of 2019, 20.7 percent of
Other options for senior home care in the area include
Armistead’s services — which are available for senior-living communities as well as individual clients — include helping with household tasks like laundry and meal prep, assisting with bathing and dressing, driving clients to appointments or for errands, managing medication, providing dementia care and providing companionship.
Each office serves about 30 clients monthly, according to Pelletier.
Armistead accepts long-term care insurance, private pay and veteran benefits, she added, with pricing dependent on whether the client needs services for a few hours, a whole day or overnight.
Pelletier said the services cost roughly
For more information on Armistead’s services prior to its
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