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What Breed of Dogs Are Ideal for Elders With Asthma?

Living with asthma means that you have to be proactive with the management of your condition. This means that, aside from having your inhaler close by, you’d have to avoid triggers of asthma as advised by your healthcare service provider in Hawaii. One of the most common pieces of advice that people with asthma receive … Continue reading

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Getting a Pet: Things to Keep In Mind

Animals can be wonderful companions for elderly loved ones. They have been shown to calm agitation, alleviate loneliness, and even lower blood pressure. A family pet can be the best friend that your senior really needs. However, despite their benefits, there are a few things you should consider before signing the papers on the cute … Continue reading

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What Are the Signs That a Person Needs Home Care?

Being independent is essential to every person. As we reach adulthood, this becomes one of our ultimate goals. Nothing is as empowering as being able to live on our own and take care of ourselves. Although independence means so much to adults, it may not be ideal for everyone. This holds especially true for those … Continue reading

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Top Men’s Health Concerns

According to studies, men are less likely to see their doctor than women, especially if they don’t feel any worrying symptoms. However, part of being able to protect and provide for your family is staying healthy and preventing health conditions before they happen. This Men’s Health Month let’s focus on helping the men in our … Continue reading

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Promote the Elderly’s Mental Health with These Morning Routines

Upholding the elderly’s mental health can never be emphasized enough. Remember, their limited mobility and isolation, as well as the negative news, could contribute to their anxieties and worries. But did you know that you can help the elderly cope with these stress triggers with the right morning routines? Contact a professional home care service … 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