Personal Care Agency

Our mission at Aspen Senior Care is to help seniors in Utah Valley live comfortably and independently in their own homes for as long as possible. We do this by providing the finest and most reliable in-home caregivers you can trust. We are dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of seniors and their caregiving families.

Specialized Senior Care Services

Seniors who can stay comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible tend to be healthier and happier than their counterparts who move to assisted livings or nursing homes. However, sometimes it is not safe for seniors to be home alone for long periods or they need help with household chores, personal care, meals, errands and transportation, and medication reminders. 

Many people don’t realize that there are licensed personal care agencies with professional caregivers screened and trained to take good care of seniors aging in their homes. These agencies provide many non-medical services to help seniors stay comfortable, happy, and independent. These services include personal care, such as showering and getting dressed, preparing meals, providing light housekeeping, transportation, and even companionship.

We believe the finest care an aging senior can receive is one-on-one care in their own homes. You won’t find a better ratio in any facility. Seniors get personalized care and 100% of the caregiver’s attention. The care is flexible and can be provided just a few hours a day, overnight care, weekend and holiday care, or even around-the-clock care. Whatever the client’s need, an excellent personal care agency should be able to provide. Aspen Senior Care has specialized in providing these services for over 16 years now and has a great reputation for delivering exceptional care in Utah Valley.

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Professional In-Home Caregivers

We train and qualify our caregivers to provide care specifically for seniors. Aspen caregivers come with a wide range of backgrounds, but an essential characteristic about all of them is that they are trustworthy and TRULY CARE! Our caregivers are professional, dedicated, and well-trained to ensure that each senior’s unique needs are met with dignity and respect.

We screen our caregivers through interviews, reference checks, and background checks. We are licensed with the Utah State Health Department and follow their rules and regulations, such as insisting caregivers qualify (TB test, check driving record, copy of auto insurance card, FBI background check, receive required training, etc.)

Our caregivers are required to be CNAs (certified nursing assistants) and/or CCAs (certified companion aides). In addition, we provide ongoing training. We back up our caregivers with field supervisors and an RN on staff who help us ensure we provide the quality care for which we are known.

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Senior Day Care Services — Another Great Option

Another excellent option for seniors who need memory care is the Aspen Senior Day Center of Provo.  Aspen Senior Day Center is a senior day care program designed for seniors who are still somewhat active but have some memory impairment. The center is a safe option for families who may have an elderly parent living with them but need to work during the day or need some respite time. The center has fun, engaging activities and provides nutritious snacks and a lunch. There is also a transportation option for those who might need a ride. This is truly the least expensive and most enjoyable approach to memory care for seniors still at home.

COVID-19 Response: Always Being Smart, Safe, and Responsible

We have always made the health and safety of our clients and employees our top priority. We are doing our best every day to follow all State, Federal, and CDC guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of those we serve.

To find out more about Aspen Senior Care’s specialized commitment to excellence, please visit AspenSeniorCare.com or call 801-224-5910.

Covid-19 Update 2021

At the beginning of January, our caregivers had a window of opportunity to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. We are happy to report that about 30% of our caregivers were able to get vaccinated. We know that protecting them protects you as clients!

In an effort to help diminish the spread of this virus, we strongly encourage you and all our clients and staff to consider immunization. We suggest consulting with your personal physician to make this decision in regards to your personal needs and circumstances. The Utah County Health Department has now opened up immunization times for those who are 70+ and all previous groups. We have found that the slots usually come open after 7:00 p.m. most evenings and fill up very fast. You can check the Utah County Health Department website for further updates. Please reach out to us if you would like our assistance.

Dear Clients and Families,

Our top priority is the health and safety of our clients and employees. With the coronavirus  (COVID-19) in the news, we want to share with you our protocol to minimize the spread of viruses, bacteria, and other serious bugs. We’ve always been careful and now we’re taking even greater measures to ensure the safety and well-being of your loved ones. Here’s what we are doing:

  1. Reminding our employees to wash their hands often for at least 15 seconds with warm soapy water, especially before and after helping clients with any food or personal care. We help our clients keep their hands clean as well. 
  1. Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and objects which frequently get used by others. We like to use Clorox or Lysol wipes to wipe things down if you have any in stock. Otherwise, we’ll use warm soapy water to keep things bug-free.  
  1. Proactively enforcing our Stay at home if you are sick policy. This goes for all of our employees because we know that our clients already have enough challenges and they are more vulnerable to all viruses, bacteria, and any other serious bugs.  
  1. Asking employees and clients to always cover up any coughing or sneezing. And to stay away from sick people or others who have come in contact with people who might be sick.
  1. Strongly discouraging handshakes and the touching of mouth, eyes, and nose by employees and clients.

We remind our employees often of this protocol, especially during flu season and now even more with the coronavirus spreading. From what we’ve studied and been told, this virus is a lot like the respiratory flu virus (both in its symptoms and the way it spreads). We see no need to panic, but we want to stay alert, be smart, and keep our clients safe, healthy, and happy.

At Aspen Senior Care, we encourage the highest standard of health safety practices to ensure the health of both our employees and our clients. We have a great 15-year record of doing just that.

Please feel free to reach out to our office with any questions or additional suggestions at 801-224-5910.