One of the most difficult decisions facing families today is seeking help for an aging loved one. Your family member wants to remain independent in his or her home, but you know they need more care. Perhaps distance or have pressing obligations make balancing it all seem impossible. That is when Acti-Kare Responsive In-Home Care can help. We come along side you, providing professional, individualized non-medical services to help seniors maintain their independence and dignity while receiving the assistance they need.
“One of our reasons for starting Acti-Kare is the need my husband and I discovered in caring for our aging parents. They are quite independent, but need a little extra help at home. We are just too far way to provide that care ourselves,” said Sandi Ruble, owner and administrator of Acti-Kare. “Acti-Kare can be there for our parents when we can’t, providing quality and compassionate care with everything from transportation and helping run errands to light housekeeping and even nutritional aid. In every area of service, we provide companionship and personal care assistance in order to keep them as active and independent for as long as possible.”
Our caregivers complete a five-step screening process to ensure they are qualified to care for your loved one. Each caregiver is matched with an individual client, offering a personalized care plan for your loved one. Many have training and experience in working with clients who have dementia and other special needs.
“There is no package deal with our clients. We look at what the individual needs and design a care plan specifically for them,” said Mrs. Ruble. “In addition, we offer a wide variety of services. Not only do we care for seniors, we also assist pregnant women or new mothers and patients who are home convalescing from surgery or illness. Each client and circumstance is unique, and we look forward to working with you to provide the best life possible with the highest level of service for you and your loved one.”
Sandi Ruble has lived in the Austin area since 2009 with her husband Dan, their daughter Ramie, son Micah and dog Brando. She is active in their church, Hill Country Bible Church, serving in Children’s Ministry. She is also a member of the Steiner Ranch Firewise Committee and has served in various booster clubs in her children’s school.
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