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Senior Care Services

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Elder Care Home Assistance

Over 40 million Americans are now over the age of 65. By 2030 that number is expected to increase to approximately 55 million, or 20% of the total population.* With many families spread out across the country, older family members cannot always depend on their younger relatives to take care of them. This has prevented many senior citizens from receiving the personal senior care or elder care that they need and deserve. A need for proper senior home care and elder care is all the more prevalent in today’s society. 

At Home Help for Seniors

At Sunny Days In-Home Care, we take great pride in providing Pittsburgh senior home care and elder care for your families loved ones. We know that you want to provide the best care possible for them, just as they provided it for you growing up. We have awesome caregivers who will treat your loved one with the level of respect, kindness, and dignity that they deserve.

Quality Senior Care Providers

Our caregivers for the elderly will sit down with you and create a detailed care plan specifically designed for your loved one. We provide a wide range of non-medical in-home care that such as companion care, meal preparation, and personal care. You can click here to find out more information about the types of Pittsburgh senior home care and elder care we offer. 

We also offer state-of-the-art technology which will allow you to be connected with us and our caregivers. You will be able to check in to see what tasks have been completed by our caregivers, and how your loved one is doing that day while we focus on care for elderly.

We want your elderly loved one to be able to age with dignity in their own home. Our Pittsburgh senior home care and elder care solutions will manifest this desire into reality. 

*2010 Census Data on Aging

Our Vision: CARING
  • Comfort
  • Affection
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Nurture
  • Generosity
Our Mission:
“To enable seniors to live with dignity in their chosen place of residence.”