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BlueDot Medical has provided over 40,000 local families with quality home medical equipment during the last 13 years. Now with BlueDot Cares, we make it even easier for you or your loved ones to stay safe and independent at home.

At BlueDot Cares, our highly trained professionals are experienced in senior care. Our focus is to allow our clients to have a normal life, while giving their loved ones the assurance that they are in great hands. One such way we can help is to keep up with regular activities such as bathing and grooming. Our professionals assist seniors with bathing, shaving, showering, grooming and changing clothes, all from the comfort of their own homes. Having the ability to still do these activities, with a little assistance, helps our clients feel better both mentally and physically. As one could imagine, as limitations progress with seniors, even basic hygiene becomes challenging. Our well trained in-home caregivers can accommodate their clients based on their individual level of need.

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