Daughters with Degrees has been a real life-saver and a back-saver for me, as I care for my wife. She has Alzheimer’s disease, and our lives have been blessed by the wonderful care she receives 7 days per week, 10 hour per day.

Some months ago, I started with DwD for 5 days per week, 4 hours per day. But it soon became obvious that I needed more help, both for my wife’s sake and mine. I need to stay healthy to care for her, and DwD nurses help both of us, including the transitions from bed to wheel-chair, and all daily transitions needed for her care. They also assist with showering and frequent cleanups throughout the day. Laundry and other household tasks are done by the DwD nurses, so I have more time to complete bill paying, correspondence, and, of course, just sitting with my loving wife.

We’re the best we can be. God Bless DwD and the nurses caring for my wife.

Jim, March 2024