Know the signs…it may be time for your loved one to receive the help of an in-home senior caregiver.
Learn more about our services directly from some of our clients by watching this informational video.
Nancy Carlisle, Owner and CEO, tells you why she founded Quality Care Services, Inc.
Quality Care Services is always seeking highly motivated, caring employees. Qualifications and job duties for our home care positions may vary depending on our clients needs.
While the holidays are supposed to be “the most wonderful time of the year”, for some seniors, the holidays may bring on a bout of holiday blues.
Do you know that the most common location in a home for a senior to slip and fall is in the bathroom? To make a bathroom a safer place for a senior or disabled person, it is recommended to implement these few basic measures
The most important aspect in any Texas home care service is to have your needs met. By using a Licensed Care Provider, in Texas, you are assured that you are getting the service you need.
Quality Care Services, Inc. is one of the select 170 agencies to receive the Home Care Standards Bureau (HCSB) A+ rating by meeting the most stringent of standards.
Quality Care Services Inc. is proud to partner with the VetAssist® Program to get help Veterans or their surviving spouses who qualify, receive assistance through the VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit.
Just because you are a senior, it doesn’t mean that you should automatically hang up your car keys; however, regular assessment of your driving abilities is something that we all have a responsibility to do.
Pets can provide seniors with not only unconditional love and companionship, but there are quite a few studies that also show that having a cat or a dog can help an elderly person with many health benefits, too. Studies and observations of pet ownership have shown : 1) Pets may lower blood pressure and pulse rate 2) A study has shown that pet owners have 21% fewer visits […]
AARP Fraud Watch Network’s Interactive Tool Provides Location-Based Scam Alerts
A checklist that will help you evaluate the safety of a Senior’s home to help make improvements for a safer and more comfortable place to live
Research shows that seniors prefer to live in their own home and have in-home care done in the comfort of their own home!
Many senior falls can be prevented by making simple changes in home living areas. Read what precautions you should take to prevent senior falls.