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Ways on Converting a House Into a Senior-Friendly Home

Home care services are a wonderful feature of today’s advance healthcare industry. By enabling much-needed medical and non-medical services to be provided and performed at home instead of a facility, senior individuals and those suffering from illness, injury, or disability are able to continue living their old lives and fulfilling their interests and hobbies in … Continue reading



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Senior Health Care: 5 Powerful Ways to Prevent Falls

Fall prevention is a vital element in caring for our senior loved ones at home. Being a premier Home Care Service Provider in Hawaii, let us share with you these powerful and practical ways to reduce the occurrences of falls at home, especially for your aging family member. Ask your elderly loved one if they … Continue reading



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Senior Independence and the Impact It Has on Them

More often than not, seniors may feel bouts of anxiety and depression when worries start to fill their minds, and whether or not their family still loves them and will be there for them. Prove to them how much you love them even at times when you cannot be physically present to care for them … Continue reading



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Tips for Effective Stress Relief at an Advanced Age

Stress can be a very serious issue that many senior citizens face on a daily basis. This stress can reduce your quality of life, accelerate the aging process, and lead to a number of serious health conditions including dementia. For this reason, it is so important to make sure that you can take the steps … Continue reading



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Reasons to Choose Home Health Care

Aside from being able to remain and stay healthy at home, there are plenty more reasons to choose home health care. These days, we can rely on agencies like Helping Hands Healthcare to provide quality home care services designed to meet our needs. The section below discusses the more practical reasons to opt for home … Continue reading



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Our mission is to provide affordable home care services to adults or children as we enable them to maintain the highest quality of independent living in their own home.

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Our office is based in Volcano, Hawaii but Helping Hands Healthcare proudly serves clients on all of Big Island.

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The state of Hawaii has determined that most caregivers are considered employees and in order to LEGALLY hire and pay your OWN caregiver, you must have a company established with State and Federal tax ID numbers. In addition to their hourly pay you must also pay for Workers Compensation Insurance, Temporary Disability Insurance, General Liability Insurance, and if the caregiver works more than 20 hours per week you must also provide medical insurance for each caregiver. Therefore; choosing an established agency such as Helping Hands Healthcare is an affordable and easy solution that will save you time, money, and relief from being in violation of State and Federal Labor Laws.

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Elder man

Helping Hands Healthcare is one of the best and most affordable healthcare agencies here on Big Island. They truly make you feel a part of the family going over and beyond to provide the services needed for our family. I highly recommend this agency!"

-Lydia Palmer -Hamakua Coast Big Island.
Elder couple

"You all have been absolutely amazing. Please accept my sincerest gratitude for everything that Helping hands has done for us and our dad. I will be keeping Your number shall we ever need more services in the future".

Natasha S.- Waikaloa Village