Affordable In-Home Senior Care
COMPASSIONATE SENIOR CARE IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME
About In Home Senior Care with Gentle Shepherd
We are here to assist you and your loved one find top quality, premier in home senior care. Our role to care for Seniors is personal, as we to have experienced the challenge of finding qualified, well trained “best-in-class” caregivers for our own aging parents. Our Home Care Company, in Colorado Springs, was founded because of our experience and is based on the principal that we only place caregivers we would feel comfortable placing with our own loved ones. Gentle Shepherd is a locally-owned In Home Senior Care company serving Colorado Springs and surrounding areas. Because we are not a large corporate chain or franchise we can provide you and your loved one with the “individualized”, “compassionate” care that only a hometown agency can provide, enabling your loved one to stay in the comfort of their own home.
Our Professional In Home Senior Care workers have been carefully screened, passed rigorous skills testing and are insured, licensed and bonded. They possess the skills, experience, training and certifications necessary to deliver the compassionate and trusted care your loved one deserves and expects.
We stand together with and for families by providing compassion, love and integrity as they journey through some of life’s toughest challenges.
“ Hand and Hand-Heart and Heart”
in home Senior care
Providing personal care & assistance, meal preparation & nutritional guidance, specialized support care, transportation & errands, respite support, sitters & hospice support, companionship, light housekeeping & pet care for aging seniors in Colorado Springs.
Respite care provides a period of relief from family care giving duties, while their loved ones continue to receive the in home care they require in a safe, caring and professional environment.
A “sitter” is a specialized caregiver. Their role is to fill in the gaps for hospitalized, Alzheimer’s or dementia patients in Colorado Springs. As companion/caregiver sitters they become patient advocates, keeping a watchful eye and alerting nursing/medical staff at the first sign of a problem.