2nd Annual Open House & Waffle Crush Breakfast

This morning, the Endeavor In-Home Care staff had the opportunity to host our 2nd Annual Open House. We provided a Waffle Crush breakfast for those who attended. This event gave us the opportunity to express our appreciation and thanks for all of our friends, co-workers and industry referral partners.

Waffle Crush Breakfast

It was a beautiful morning in Mesa, AZ so we enjoyed sitting outside in an informal setting. The waffles were delicious and the company was the best! We all had the opportunity to sit and mingle apart from the normal work environment. A positive attitude was projected the entire time as visitors dropped in and out and connected individually with each other.

We also opened our office for those who wanted to come in and tour the facility. The entire Endeavor In-Home Care staff administration staff was there to greet our guests.

Endeavor In-Home Care is committed to providing outstanding care and it is because of our staff and industry friendships that help us to enrich the lives of our clients.

Thank you to everyone who came out to see us!

Endevour Home Care

How to Live to 100 – Health Lecture Series

How to live 100

Are you interested in living longer?

Luck and genetics pay a role in our quest for longevity. However, did you know there is evidence that the choices you make during your life will determine who lives longer and who has the best quality of life? Join us and learn the secrets to how you may be able to add time and quality to your life.

The Endeavor Cognitive Health Lecture Series continues on Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 5:30–7:30pm at the Scottsdale Mustang City Library (10101 North 90th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85258). Brian Browne will be providing a lecture that will help you learn more from an industry expert on health and aging well. This FREE lecture is open to the public and there will be light refreshments served.

Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care Phoenix

Our lecture speaker, Brian Browne MS, CSA, has been providing medical education workshops in communities around the country to directly bring resources where they are needed most. He is the Director of Education and Outreach at Banner Research and is the President of Dementia Care Education. He has expertise in healthy aging and cultural competency in healthcare and research.


The Endeavor team is happy to help bring this lecture series to the public and welcomes anyone interested in receiving more information on this topic. There is limited space available so please RSVP by calling 480-498-2324.


Elder Care

If you have a loved one who has been diagnosed with dementia, you may eventually need to seek senior in-home care assistance. As dementia progresses, patients may no longer be able to feed, clothe, or bathe themselves, and they are at a higher risk of falls, illnesses, injuries, and wandering away from familiar areas. Here is a look at wandering in people with dementia.

What Increases the Risk of Wandering?

If your loved one can no longer remember things accurately, he may be at risk of wandering. Any dementia patient who is mobile, even those who are in the earliest stages of dementia, may become disoriented and confused. Once a doctor has given your loved one a diagnosis of dementia, you should begin planning ahead to lower his risk of wandering and injuries. An elderly in-home care specialist can provide home care assistance that may lower this risk.

What Are the Warning Signs of Wandering?

You should also keep an eye out for the early warning signs of wandering. Speak to your loved one’s doctor about hiring a senior in-home care aide if your loved one begins returning from scheduled activities later than usual, is restless, has trouble locating familiar rooms or places, appears lost in a new environment, or makes repetitive movements or motions with no purpose. Your loved one may also say that he wants to go home, or to another familiar place, when he is already there.

How Can You Prevent Wandering?

You can prevent wandering by working closely with your loved one’s doctor to track and recognize patterns and changes in behavior. You should also be aware of when it is necessary to hire a home care aide or home care assistance. A senior in-home caregiver can monitor your loved one’s activities, assist with medication reminders and chores, and ensure that your loved one remains safe and cared for.

If you’re interested in learning more about in-home assistance in Phoenix, AZ, for a loved one with dementia, come see us at Endeavor Senior In-Home Care. Our experienced, compassionate in-home caregivers will help you determine what level of in-home assistance your loved one needs. Call us today at (877) 584-6162 to speak with a caregiver today.


Senior Care services

At Senior In-Home Care, we provide families with licensed, experienced in-home caregivers who provide a range of valuable services to those with illnesses, injuries, dementia, and mobility problems. Our senior in-home caregivers offer companionship, post-surgery support, physical disability support, dementia care, and assistance with daily meal preparation, medication reminders, and light housework.

Each one of our elderly in-home caregivers is carefully screened to ensure they are a perfect fit for our clients. Each senior in-home caregiver must have a valid, up-to-date certification as a home health aide, nurse’s assistance, or medical technician. All of our elderly in-home caregivers must also be CPR and first aid certified. In addition, anyone providing homecare assistance must undergo TB testing. Last but not least, our in-home caregivers undergo thorough background checks to ensure that they do not have any financial or legal problems that would put your family at risk.

If you’re interested in learning more about how we recruit and hire our talented elderly in-home caregivers near Chandler, AZ, come see us at Endeavor Senior In-Home Care. We can quickly find a home caregiver who is the right fit for you and your family. To schedule an appointment, call us today at (877) 584-6162.