It’s that time of year again. New Year’s resolutions are all the rage and people are taking the time to evaluate the last year of their life and see what they can do to make 2012 a better year. We are no different here at MAS Home Care. The stereotypical resolutions are running rampant around the office. Lose weight, go to the gym every day, quit a particular vice, etc. As a home health agency, of course we’re concerned with taking care of our bodies!
It’s too bad we lose the “new year, new me” motivation so quickly – usually by the second week (or day) of January. Wouldn’t it be nice if that drive and enthusiasm carried throughout the year? I mentioned my personal resolution: to simplify everything about my life – everything from my closet to my Facebook friend list. Simplifying my life also means taking care of things as they come at me. No more procrastinating, no more letting things pile up – if I encounter a problem, I will solve it immediately instead of pushing it aside.
Which leads me to the point of this blog entry. Did you spend some time with your parents this holiday season and see that maybe they need a little extra help at home? MAS Home Care knows acknowledging that can be heartbreaking, but it is in everyone’s best interest to take care of the situation immediately.
Maybe the dishes were piling up in the sink, or the laundry had gone unwashed for the last few weeks. Maybe they were having trouble getting up and down the stairs or in and out of bed. You know they probably need home care, but you’re not sure where to turn, or who to ask for help. You would help them yourself but you have a home and a job hours away. When you were little, Mom and Dad knew everything. They were the strongest, smartest people in your world. As you grow older, they continue to be the strongest and smartest people in your world, but you begin to realize they are, like the rest of us, mere mortals.
MAS Home Care is here to simplify your life and answer any and all questions you may have regarding home care in Maine, home care in New Hampshire, and home care in Rhode Island. We promise to listen closely to all of your concerns. We promise to make it our sole mission to care for your family as we would care for our own – with compassion, patience, and love.
We’ll be here when you’re ready.