At Windhorse Elder Care we offer in-home services ranging from basic companion care and housekeeping to advanced psychological care, from one hour per week to 24-hour coverage. We believe that caring for our elders and loved ones is best done in community. Our client-centered team approach is unique in the elder care field and allows your loved one, and entire family, to benefit from the support and care of highly trained professionals. Connection and communication are at the heart of our elder care model, which allows care to naturally evolve as the needs of your loved one change over time.
We are known for building lasting long-term relationships and have served several families for over a decade. We look forward to joining your family on the caregiving journey.
Services are provided without regard to age, sex, religion, race, sexual orientation, political belief, physical diagnosis, handicap, or disability.
“We have been supported by Windhorse Elder Care for nearly nine years now. The care and caring we have received have contributed greatly to our being able to remain in our home with a continuing significant degree of independence. Knowing that Windhorse will be ready to increase their presence when our needs grow is very reassuring to our family and to us.
The key to our happiness with Windhorse is the kindness and attentiveness shown by all the caregivers, every one of them. Their willingness and ability to listen and relate has led to real ties of trust and valued friendship.
Over these years we have met a significant number of Windhorse folks. Caregivers’ changes in career direction, marriages, births, and graduations have all provided us with opportunities to get to know new people from time to time. Whenever that has happened we say to each other, “How does Windhorse do that? How do they find all these people who are so kind, engaging, and eager to be helpful?” –Nancy and Bob M.
[Video]: Human-Centered Model of Care: Windhorse Elder Care – Nate Paer
[Video]: Self Reflection & Communication at Windhorse Elder Care: Sara Lindblom