When our loved ones are having trouble taking care of themselves at home, doctors and nurses may ask a few questions to see if in-home care is right for them.

In-home care is an affordable alternative to nursing homes and long term care facilities, and it gives family members peace of mind that their loved ones are safe and healthy.

Take this quiz now to see if in-home care is right for you or your loved one:

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Doctors and nurses know that even elderly people with early dementia, severe diabetes, or heart problems can stay safe and healthy at home with the help of a trusted homecare aide.

But how do you find an available, well-trained, trustworthy homecare professional right away?

Carina is a not-for-profit that helps seniors and elderly family members stay independent, healthy, and happy at home because they care about the health of our communities. Their mission: take care of the well-being of both people who need care, and the people who provide care.

No more calling around to agency after agency looking for an available caregiver for your loved one. One click and you’re on your way to finding a trusted, trained home caregiver who’s right for your loved one.

Carina’s trusted partners include not-for-profit agencies Catholic Community Services and Korean Women’s Association. Funding for this program is provided by the King County Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy (VSHSL).

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