Keeping Mom in her own home was the right thing to do.  Caring Live-Ins of Houston made that possible.  The caregivers gave her the help she needed around the house and a companion when we could not be there.
  Because she was at home, we were able to enjoy traditional holiday celebrations with her as a family, privately cooking dinner, enjoying our favorite music and most importantly having her grand-children there.  We had the flexibility to drop by any time whether it was day or night and Mom’s friends were able to do the same.  Mom’s doctors and therapists were astounded by the quality of her care and overall well-being even after being bedridden for more than three years.   Jennifer B., Houston


When my wife was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer and we entered into the whirlwind of treatments and terror, I was frantic trying to support our family, not just financially by keeping my job, but by being there emotionally for our two children, maintaining our home, and nursing Nancy as well.  Nancy needed round-the-clock care and attention and there just weren’t enough hours in the day.   I felt tugged in dozens of direction.
  Caring Live-Ins referred two wonderful caregivers (one who worked Sunday evening through Friday evening, and the other, Friday evening through Sunday evening) who handled Nancy’s care with great compassion and took care of her needs.  They also provided a wealth of emotional support for the children and me.  I was able to return to work full time with complete confidence that Nancy was in good, gentle hands. Jeff N., Sugar Land

Dear Caring Live-Ins:  Thanks for being so patient with us - at times I felt we might have been a little wishy washy.  It was so nice to know someone would be ready to sit with my husband.  You couldn't have better Caregivers than the two you sent us.    Evelyn D., Pasadena, TX.