Are you or a loved one having trouble keeping up with chores at home?

Everyone has had a time in life when they appreciated some help with housework. It always seems that we are running around managing our lives and taking care of everyone, but we may not concentrate on our own homes.

There may come times when some extra assistance around the home, such as light housekeeping, vacuuming, laundry, cleaning the bathroom, and grocery shopping, can lift a large burden, even if it’s for a short period. If you suffer an injury and wind up in rehabilitation recovering from a broken arm or a hip replacement, you will have to pace yourself during recovery. Homemaker services can provide temporary relief until you resume normal activities. If you have been managing a chronic illness for some time, the ability to manage your symptoms and take care of everything around the home may become a challenge.

Homemaker services take away troublesome tasks and allow you to keep doing what you can at home while you handle the rest of your life. They are designed to provide core household tasks that help keep the your home environment safe and clean.

How do I get homemaker services?

If you are in need of temporary or ongoing help with homemaker services, empowerline counselors can assist with options. If you or your family can pay for the service, we can connect you to trusted providers. There are many agencies that provide homemaker services through private pay—connect today to let empowerline help find a provider in your area.

If you can’t afford to pay for the service, there may still be help available. If you are 60 years or older, you may qualify for low or no-cost services provided through a program designed to support people living in their own homes. Persons who are enrolled in Medicaid waiver programs, such as CCSP or SOURCE, may receive services if their case manager deems it necessary for health. We can help you determine if these options are available to you.

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If you are looking to connect with resources and services for older persons and individuals and disabilities in metro Atlanta, please contact us at or 404-463-3333.