Home Care Resources offers Senior Care and Services by Dedicated Staff Members from In-Home Care to Hospice Support. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for our Clients and their Families.
We understand that everyone’s situation is unique and with that in mind our non-medical services are highly personalized.
We will begin your process of providing services, first with a personal visit from our senior staff member to discuss your needs and services. A custom care plan will then be made outlining the care and duties for your assigned caregiver to follow with each visit.
Great care is taken in making a match between our caregivers and our clients. We consider our client’s personalities, interests and level of care needed. We then look at the caregiver’s personality, training and experience to insure compatibility on all levels.
We realize that personal situations constantly change, no long-term commitments are ever required; adjustments to your services can always be made with a simple phone call.
Cave Creek is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. The largest city it borders is Phoenix. According to the 2010 census, the population of the town was 5,015.Wikipedia
Cave Creek is a town in the Sonoran Desert.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 28.2 square miles (73 km2), all land. It is adjacent to the town of Carefree, and shares local landmark Black Mountain with Carefree.
There are two notable streams known as Cave Creek in Arizona. One flows through the Town of Cave Creek and into Phoenix. This may be the origin of the town’s name. The other Cave Creek (Cave Creek Canyon) is in the Chiricahua Mountains, 200 miles to the southeast.
In 2000, the state of Arizona, Maricopa County, and the town of Cave Creek bought Spur Cross Ranch, a 2,154-acre (8.72 km2) tract of Sonoran desert just north of Phoenix, for $21 million. It had unusual cacti, stone formations, and hundreds of pre-history Hohokam Indian tribal artifacts, and is now a Maricopa County park.
Historic properties located at the Cave Creek Museum include the Tubercular Cabin (listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)), the First Church of Cave Creek, and Golden Reef Stamp Mill. Two historic properties have been converted into restaurants: the Cave Creek Inn, and the Cave Creek Service Station (listed on NRHP). Another location, Frontier Town, has some of Cave Creek’s original structures
Cave Creek, Arizona
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