If you choose home care, or elder care, in Arlington, your Cascade Companion Care caregiver will help with home tasks and health maintenance. However, a caregiver is also eager to stimulate conversation, provide for occasional changes of scenery, and promote social and physical activities.
Arlington has many sites that might interest your loved one. History buffs would enjoy an outing with their caregiver to the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society and Library on Olympic Ave. Not only can a person trace his roots through genealogical information, but the center offers artifacts on display, guest speakers, and many materials that shed light on the interesting settlement of the Stilly Valley. The Pioneer Association and Museum on 67th Ave. NE is another wonderful opportunity for seniors receiving home care, or elder care, in Arlington, to see pioneer artifacts.
But what drew those pioneers to the Northwest in the first place?
Our lovely forests! Your Cascade Companion Care caregiver can gather together everything you might need to refresh your senses at Terrace Park, on E 5th Street, where over 200 evergreens and Douglas Firs grace the property. The grounds have restrooms and are fully ADA accessible.
Arlington has a vibrant senior community. You and your home health, or elder care, caregiver may want to see if the activities of the Stillaguamish Senior Center have just the right thing for your interests! http://www.stillaguamishseniorcenter.com
Enjoy your home care, or elder care, caregiver . . . even if you don’t end up staying at home all the time!
In addition to Arlington, we also provide home care in:
- Lake Stevens
- and many other cities in Snohomish, Skagit, and selected locations of King and Island counties!