Enabling Grace is a healthcare provider-led company with a passion for helping
people. Enabling Grace is a solution for people who would like to keep their
current routine, maintain their independence, or avoid the disruption of going to a
Our focus is the wellness of our clients as a whole: physically, emotionally, socially, mentally and spiritually. Our goal is to ensure that our clients, with the help of their family, can be the best version of themselves.
Being a primary caregiver is not an easy task. Partnering with Enabling Grace gives caregivers the respite necessary to pursue their other passions. We come alongside caregivers and free them to live the life they love, while offering stability and security for their loved one.
Our services are designed for people who require companionship, assistance with light house work, activities of daily living (personal hygiene, toileting, transfer assistance, eating, dressing, safety, etc.), supervision and after care services (post illness/surgery or hospital discharge.)
As our population ages, the need for caregiving services will increase.
Below, you will find statistics on our aging generations and the assistance they will require:
Every day until 2030, 10,000 Baby Boomer will turn 65 and 7 out of 10 of them will
require care services and support at some point in their lives. (Genworth .(April 2021). Beyond
Dollars. How Caregiving Impact Families, Communities and Society, pg 2.
Retrieved from http://pro.genworth.com)
There was an estimated 5 million adults over the age of 65 with dementia in
2014, and there are projected to be nearly 14 million by 2060. (CDC.(2019)What is
Dementia. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov.)
Caregivers and their families often experience economic hardships through lost
wages and additional medical expenses. (CDC. (2019). A Public Health Priority.
Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov.)
At Enabling Grace, our goal is to assist families as increased need for care arises, and to prevent the hardships faced by so many. We believe that people should age with dignity and respect, and that those caring for them should be able to maintain a healthy life (mentally, physically and emotionally).