We are proud to announce that our very own Client Care Manager, Debbie Wycoff, has been featured in the popular Tex Appeal Magazine in dedication to both Home Care Assistance of Temple and the seniors who depend on us to help them age in place.
Debbie graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in sociology, which undoubtedly bolsters her commitment to those in need, be they disadvantaged youth, children in need, families with cognitive and mental disorders, or the very senior citizens she works with every day.
Debbie spends the majority of her time pairing highly trained and dedicated Temple caregivers with our clients based on compatibility and individual need, which ensures our clients receive customized care from compassionate caregivers that understand their unique requirements. She also ensures that our caregivers are well versed in our proprietary care methods:
- Balanced Care Method (BCM) – This program is based on studies of the longevity enjoyed by seniors in Okinawa, Japan, who spend their golden years healthy and independent. BCM promotes healthy diet, physical exercise, and socialization to boost senior health and longevity.
- Cognitive Therapeutics Method (CTM) – CTM is ideal for seniors with cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease. The activities involved are specifically designed to slow the progression of dementia symptoms, exercise speech and spatial recognition, and stimulate mental function.
Learn more about Debbie and her significant contributions to senior health by visiting Tex Appeal Magazine online: https://issuu.com/killeendailyherald/docs/texappealwib_may2016_web.
If your loved one requires specialized Alzheimer’s, dementia, or stroke care or has other specific needs, reach out to Debbie and our experienced, compassionate team at Home Care Assistance. We are available 24/7 to answer your questions and schedule a complimentary at-home consultation. Contact us today at 254-856-0600. We are here to help.