Lifematters is the leading provider of private duty home services and skilled nursing in the Washington metro area. “We’re here to help you navigate the challenging process of aging well at home,” says Scott Thompson. “More than just home care, we offer true Concierge Care with our team of skilled caregivers, nurses and social workers.”
After recently expanding with Aging Life Care ManagersTM and Friendly Visitors programs, Lifematters is now the leader in Comprehensive Concierge Care, as well. “Whether taking care of a loved one or yourself, need medical or legal help, or looking to stay in your home or make a move, our Care Managers can help you guide you through these important issues,” says Thompson.
Friendly Visitors are a group of smart, compassionate people who spend time with seniors, creating positive relationships and contributing to quality of life. “We’ve found that it really reduces social isolation,” says Thompson. “Visitors offer a practical and social benefit to clients and help bring peace of mind to families, too.” Visits are customized for each client and may include all kinds of activities, like crafts, outings, shopping and errands.
Lifematters offers homecare, skilled nursing and flexcare services, disease specialties, and other services. Clients range from seniors to people battling debilitating illnesses to those recovering from injuries and surgery. “We know that during a difficult time, even the smallest details can feel overwhelming,” says Thompson. “We’ll help you every step of the way.”
“We started with pretty humble beginnings,” says Thompson. “But we’ve grown because we continue to provide an experience for each individual client designed to make him or her feel connected and protected.”
Awards & Recognition
Bethesda Magazine Best of Bethesda Readers Poll, “A Top Vote Getter” for Best Home Care Services; Inc 500/5000, 9-time winner; CEO Magazine Future 50 Awards; Best of Home Care Employer of Choice, 3-time winner
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