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The Senior Specialists  |  Enumclaw, WA

In Home Care for Seniors on the Plateau

There’s no place like home. That is why The Senior Specialists Home Care team, want to help you stay as long as possible in your home.

The ability to stay in one’s home as we age, is a preferred lifestyle choice by most all.  It’s a familiar environment we know, filled with our treasured items we love, and memories that bring us comfort.

We all desire to stay as independent as possible as we age, but if the quality of daily life begins to deteriorate, we must make the appropriate changes necessary to bring back the dignity and functionality of life.

Staying at home safely and longer can be an achievable goal with the assistance of a professional Home Care team. Let us help you  maintain the quality of life you deserve while living in your own home.  


Call The Senior Specialists today to set up a free initial assessment!

Common Reasons Seniors Have to Move Out of Their Homes

Some of the common reasons that Seniors aren’t able to stay in their homes are the following:

  • Falls (Breaks/Fractures)

  • Forgetting to take medication or taking too much

  • Unable to manage chronic diseases such as Diabetes

  • Not able to prepare nutritious meals

  • Not able to drive to grocery shop, pick up prescriptions or get to doctor's appointments

  • Loneliness and failure to thrive

  • Home & yard is too much to keep up with

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In Home Care Services Provided by The Senior Specialists;

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

  • Preparing Nutritious Meals

  • Medication Reminders and Management

  • Functional Mobility (moving from one place to another while performing activities)

  • Bathing/Showering

  • Dressing

  • Personal Hygiene (includes washing face, brushing teeth brushing/styling hair, shaving,)

  • Toilet Hygiene (includes getting to the toilet, self-cleaning, getting up from the toilet)

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)

  • Cleaning the Home, including Laundry

  • Transportation (such as driving to Dr./Dentist Appointments)

  • Grocery Shopping

  • Picking up Prescriptions

  • Running Errands

  • Managing Finances and Pay Bills

  • Communicating (Through phone or Computer)

Companion Care

  • Visiting and socializing

  • Going on outings or for a drive

  • Playing games

  • Gardening

  • Crafts and hobbies

  • Pet Therapy

Senior Friendly Home Set Up

In order to help older ones enjoy and make the most of aging in their own home instead of a long term care setting, it needs to provide the safety and convenience necessary for their specific care needs.

We can help you not only identify what adjustments and modifications are needed in the home to ensure safe aging can occur at home, but we can also coordinate the installation and modifications for you!

This can include;

  • Installing grab bars in the bathroom around the toilet and shower

  • Getting non-skid mats and or a shower chair

  • Replacing tubs with a walk-in shower

  • Installing an ADA height toilet with a toilet base or seat riser

  • Create a clear pathway to prevent fall risks

  • Removing throw rugs and trip hazards such as cords

  • Install talking smoke & carbon monoxide detectors

  • Organize items to be within arm’s reach

  • Declutter the home

  • Setting up systems like Life Alert

*We offer a free initial assessment for all clients to help determine care needs, and personal preferences. 


Let us do the chores while you enjoy your loved ones.


The Senior Specialists are DIFFERENT

Here are The Senior Specialists, we take pride in helping seniors and families find the right care options. Our In-Home Care options are the best in the Northwest!

  • The team at The Senior Specialists are local caregivers that are neighbors and friends in your local community. 

  • We employ only those that have met our highest standards of compassion, empathy, professionalism, and trustworthiness.  We take pride in treating you as we would want our own loved ones cared for. 

  • All caregivers have either HCA or CNA qualifications and have ongoing training annually. All have background checks through the state.

  • Care staff speak English fluently so that your loved one will not struggle to understand and be able to communicate easily with our staff.

  • You will never find our care staff texting or playing on their cells or computers. We are there to focus 100% of our time and attention on you or your loved one.

  • We take pride in what we do and will work hard to earn your respect and trust since you are entrusting us with your most prized possession, the wellness of your aging loved one. 


We’re not going to tell you differently, change is hard for all of us, but it is even harder the older we get and when we faced with illness or declining health. To be successful in whatever you choose whether it is Home Care, or moving to a Long-Term Care setting, this requires both commitment and openness to change by family members and the senior themselves.

Trying not to take oneself too seriously, remaining flexible and maintaining a good sense of humor can be key to helping all through tough transitions that we will all be faced with one day!


Get a FREE assessment from one of our experienced Senior Advisors to help customize an in-home care plan for you!

Fill out our quick online intake form and we can help guide you!

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