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CARE... Where you need it! When you need it!

−Southern Crescent Care

Companion Care / Sitter Services

Southern Crescent Care has caregivers who provide companionship, assisting with reading to clients, going out to eat, going shopping, providing light housekeeping, transportation, meal preparation, laundry, linen changes, running errands and more. Some of our clients who use companionship services have symptoms such as vision impairment, hearing impairment, forgetfulness (early stage dementia), joint pain (arthritis), shortness of breath, tire easily, difficulty balancing, dizziness, and more.

Personal Care Services

Southern Crescent Care provides Certified Nurse Aides to assist with hands on non-medical care. Along with companion care services, they may also assist with bathing, dressing, grooming, oral care, transfers and walking, exercise, toileting and incontinence care, medication monitoring and more. Some of the diagnoses our personal care clients have are heart disease, stroke, dementia/Alzheimer's, ALS, Parkinson's, MS, diabetes, neuropathy, macular degeneration, arthritis, osteoporosis, and more.

Recuperative Care/ Respite Services

Recuperative Care Services provides care to individuals experiencing acute illness, surgery, chemotherapy, accidents/ falls, broken bones, and other needs. Respite Care enables family caregivers the ability to meet their own needs while being assured their loved one is safe and well cared for in their own environment. All services are on an individual need base and can be provided in the client's home, assisted living facility, hospital or rehab. Services are available from one hour to 24/7 and on a live-in basis. Care is provided where you need it, when you need it!

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Nutrition for your Eyes

Your vision is important. If you can ‘t see well, you are at an increased risk of falling. You only get one set of eyes, so its important to give your eyes all the nutrients you need to help prevent cataracts, macular degeneration, glaucoma and other sight woes.
1. Kale is a leafy green rich source of lutein and zeaxanthin, which are related to vitamin A and beta carotene. These important nutrients are believed to protect eyes tissues from sunlight damage and may reduce the risk of cataracts and macular degeneration.
Other foods that include these nutrients are collard greens, turnip greens. spinach, broccoli, peas, kiwi, red grapes, yellow squash, oranges, corn, mangoes and honeydew melon. These food span the colors of the rainbow.
Your body needs fat to absorb lutein and zeaxanthin, so be sure to eat these tasty foods with a healthy fat like a drizzle of olive oil.
2. Sweet Potatoes are a good source of beta carotene, which may slow the progression of macular degeneration. Your body converts beta carotene to vitamin A, a nutrient that helps prevent dry eyes and night blindness. It also helps prevent eye infections!
If you don’ t like sweet potatoes, try other deep orange foods like carrots and butternut squash. Dark green

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  • Dear Mary and Staff, I want to thank you for all your help over the last 5 and a half years in providing care for my wife, Patricia. She went home to be with the Lord Jan21,2014. She passed peacefully at Sacred Journey Hospice. She sure left a hole in my life and I feel so empty without her. However, I rejoice that she is at peace now and can dance and sing to the Lord. Again, many, many Thanks.

    Ross Ulmer

  • It was a pleasure to have Tanya help me. She was very efficient and helpful.


  • My Caregiver is very helpful. She helps me do whatever I cannot do by myself and she never complains. I really do not know what I would do without her.


  • Our experience with Southern Crescent Care has been excellent with one exception which was replaced immediately. We are very pleased and recommend them.