We take care of you and your loved ones

WE UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF INDEPENDENCE

We provide personalized, compassionate assistance for those who are homebound to enhance their quality of life and well-being by creating a sustained level of comfort in their own home. Our trained, home care professionals will treat you and your loved ones with empathy, respect, and dignity, allowing our clients to retain their independence.

Life without worries

WE UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF INDEPENDENCE

Services

We provide a large array of services and each plan is tailored to every client’s individual needs:

  • Medication Assistance
  • Personal Care
  • Physical Assistance
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal Preparation & Feeding
  • Companionship
  • New Mom Help

Advocates

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Our name was carefully chosen. It’s at the heart of what we do every day. We act in support or defense of those in our care – we are active advocates of the independent. Studies show we do better when we’re at home. We live longer, heal faster, and are generally happier in familiar surroundings. Helping others live life on their terms, that’s what being an advocate is all about.

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Advocates for the Independent is licensed and offers both live-in and hourly services. Our caregivers are bonded and professionally trained. We are located in Houston, Texas, and our services extend throughout the Houston Metropolitan area to include Sugar Land and Baytown. We serve clients in Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Hardin, Harris, Jefferson, Montgomery, Orange, and Waller Counties.

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In a Heartbeat

You’re working, you’re raising your kids, and your family is just trying to navigate through life. In the back of your mind, you’re thinking, “I really need to check on my parents and see if they have all their ducks in a row.” Do they need long term care insurance?

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Hiring Help

Dad was in the later stages of Alzheimer’s and could no longer do anything for himself. He had even stopped talking and was either unable to hear or could not understand anything we said to him. When he stopped walking, Mom had to admit she needed help. We needed to

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