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We’re here to help you beat the odds and get back to life

Recovery from cancer can take months - sometimes years

We’ll be here for you every step of the way

A cancer diagnosis is one of the most devastating things a person can get. The prognosis is often grave… and the journey can be long and soul-crushing. Fighting this all-consuming disease – and dealing with its miserable treatment effects – can make even the most positive person lose the will to live.

But you are not alone

We’re here to hold your hand – and help you win the battle.

Did you know?

39.6% of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetimes.

50% of all cancer patients survive for 10 or more years.

The number of people living beyond a cancer diagnosis reached nearly 14.5 million in 2014 and is expected to rise to almost 19 million by 2024.

But beating cancer is HARD

Our devoted staff will be there to carry you through the rough days and… celebrate in your triumphs 

If you’re being treated for cancer you may feel…

Perpetually exhausted

Overwhelmingly nauseous

Down and depressed

You’ll need steady support as you work through this time.

When you have loving, comprehensive help, the battle doesn't feel so hopeless.

Our compassionate aides will help you:

Perform daily activities

Like dressing, cooking and cleaning.

Nourish your body

Facilitate the healing process – with proper nutrition

Manage coexisting feelings

Caused by cancer or treatments, like depression or lymphedema.

Do you or your loved one need help?

Some of the most common symptoms associated with cancer:


Weight Loss



Anxiety and Confusion



Skin Problems

Treatment Effects

Hair Loss



Brain Fog



When your loved one is happy, you can also be happy.

The future looks promising again. My mom can finally get the care she needs, and it makes our living together a little easier every day. The future looks promising again.

Responsible, professional and devoted. “My father has Parkinson’s and he was living alone. He could no longer be in the kitchen because of the shaking – it was dangerous. Preferred sent us an aide, and we’re very happy: he is responsible, professional, and devoted. He really understands my fathers needs.”

Destiny Springfield, Family Member


“The future looks promising again” “My mom can finally get the care she needs, and it makes our living together a little easier every day. The future looks promising again.”

Destiny Springfield

Get the help you need to beat cancer – for good

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