In-home Senior Care Knoxville, TN
Senior Sitters | Senior Helpers | Elderly Help | Elderly Sitters
You’re a few clicks away from learning more about in-home senior care and how Your Home Team Care can help alleviate the mental and physical stress of caring for an elderly loved one. The process is easy and simple! Call (865) 332-5000 to see how Your Home Team Care can help alleviate the stress of caring for a loved one.
Get In Touch
One of our RN care managers will contact you to discuss Your Home TeamCare’s services and care solutions as well as the most appropriate and cost-efficient care program for your loved one.
When creating our personalized and comprehensive plans, we collaborate and help determine you and your family’s needs with a quick but informative phone conversation.
When your personalized Home TeamCare plan is finalized, your RN care manager will select caregivers who have the skills and personalities that will fit best with your senior.
In-Home Senior Sitters Are Ready to Help!
Our RN Care Managers review your loved ones preference on every requested service in detail. We want to duplicate and enhance the care that your loved one has enjoyed from their family members.
Non-medical Caregivers with advanced training in:
- Dementia Care
- Nutritional Care
- Respite Care
- Companion Care
- Personal Care
- Disability & Injury
- General Errands
- & more!
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Senior Sitting Services
If your loved one needs some extra help getting around, a companion to spend time with, or help with recovering from surgery, YHTC’s staff of experienced registered nurses are here to help!
Senior Care News & Information
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