Middletown, CT (Change Location)

Mobility Assistance for Seniors

Decreased mobility can make life unmanageable for aging adults. We tailor our non-medical supportive care services to encourage people living with decreased mobility that will keep people as active as possible.

Woman with dementia outside in garden

Supportive Care for Individuals with Decreased Mobility

We understand the vexing challenges people with decreased mobility face in everyday life. Our Care Professionals help minimize aging-related frustrations with:

  • Help with bathing, grooming and dressing
  • Assistance holding and manipulating eating utensils
  • Opening jars, cans and containers
  • Lifting and carrying boxes and other objects
  • Bending and reaching for items in low or high areas
  • Washing, drying, folding and putting away laundry
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation to and from appointments
  • Help getting in and out of bed or recliners
  • Application of non-prescription pain patches and heating pads
  • Help with gardening and other recreational activities

Latest Review from our community

I am extremely grateful for the care Home Instead gave my aunt during the last few years of her life. I don’t know if it is the hiring process they used or that they just have an instinct for choosing good people—though I imagine it is a combination of both. It was difficult for me, living 500 miles away and able to only visit two- or three-times a year, so I really needed people I could trust. But what impressed me most was the relationships each of them had with my aunt; they treated her with love and respect, as if she was part of their own family.

The Benefits of Home Care

Read more about how home care services can help enhance a person’s enjoyment of life.
Home Instead Caregiver stands smiling in front of senior woman in bed