Are you caring for an elderly parent while working, raising kids and trying to take care of yourself?

Do you find you’re so busy caring for your parent that there’s no time to spend time with them?

Do you wish you had a sibling or someone to share all of your caregiving tasks?

Rent-A-Sister can help! Give us your tasks and to-do lists and we’ll handle it.


Help When Your Parent Is Hospitalized 3

  • Patient Advocacy
  • Family/Friends Communication/Coordination
  • Home management
    • Clean out fridge
    • Restock pantry
    • Water plants
    • Care for pets
    • Collect mail

Hospital/Rehab Discharge Services 5

  • Care coordination
  • Home assessment
    • Slips & Falls
  • Patient Advocacy
  • Medication Reconciliation
  • Transportation
  • Rehab/Housing Research
  • Interim Companionship
  • Errands and Personal Care Tasks

Transportation 2

  • Medical Appointments
  • Errands
  • Visits
  • Salon


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  • Research
  • Referrals
  • Moves
  • Downsizing Family Homes
  • Housekeeping


Errands 1

  • Grocery Shopping
  • Pharmacy Runs
  • What can we pick up so you can slow down?



Companionship rent-a-sister-companionship

  • We can be there today.
  • We can stay for an hour or overnight.



Caregiver Coaching and Action Plans 4

  • Not sure what to do first?
  • Struggling with long-term planning?
  • Need help balancing career and caregiving? We can help!


CALL US 617-433-8003 or EMAIL US and we’ll get right back to you.

Our team is experienced: we conduct screening and background checks. Our team is compassionate: we know what it’s like to be a family caregiver. We understand the pressures of balancing care and life. We answer the phone when you call and give you help when you need it most. We know even the smallest, simplest task can cause big trouble when you are busy. We care about YOU – the caregiver – and we are here to help.


What To Do When Your Elderly Parent Is Hospitalized

Free Download: Hospital Discharge Checklist

What To Do When Your Elderly Parent Is Discharged From the Hospital