OUR SERVICES

DALLAS - FORT WORTH

Why Choose Mom’s Best Friend for Senior Care in Dallas / Fort Worth?

When families are looking for in-home care services that goes beyond traditional elderly and senior care services, Mom’s Best Friend exceeds your expectations every time:

Staffing

All caregivers must go through an extensive screening process, allowing us to build a senior care provider team that is ultra-focused on customer service and meeting our clients’ highest standards.

Empowerment

Seniors can remain in control by interviewing and choose from a small group of wonderful, pre-screened caregivers. We look for a service-hearted individual who will provide personal assistance to your senior, allowing them to be as independent as possible.

Service

We have a passion for exceptional customer services, responsiveness, convenience and ongoing support. We allow families to choose the caregiver that best meets their needs.

Expertise

We are the leading household staffing agency in the state of Texas, with processes that we have been refining since 1994.

WE OFFER

DAILY ASSISTANCE

For seniors who require minimal support, the option to age in place provides family members with peace of mind while helping them retain their independence and autonomy. Our staff reports as often as needed and keeps an eye out for any notable changes.

  • Healthy meal prep
  • Transportation to doctor’s appointments
  • Light housekeeping
  • Small errands

COMPANIONSHIP

The ideal caregiver is more than a skilled worker. They have the right attitude, personality, and values to bridge a warm, personal relationship with their senior clients and share joy and laughter. MBF vets all placements for technical and interpersonal skills.
  • Conversation and recreational activities
  • Grooming assistance
  • Bathroom assistance
  • Medical coordination

SPECIAL SERVICES

When standard in-home care services just won’t cut it, we step up even further. MBF’s specialist caregivers have the training and experience to work with seniors and their families through more frustrating challenges.
  • Special care for Dementia, Alzheimer’s and other disabilities
  • Diet maintenance and supervision
  • Exercise assistance
  • Errands and activities