Granbury

In-Home Care Services Granbury, TX

Many of us have a photo album of all our favorite memories. Memories like the first time we learned how to ride a bike, birthday celebrations and all the way to our wedding day. One thing most of us will have in common is that these milestones couldn’t be done without that special person in our lives. As new milestones develop and change of time occurs we may realize the roles have reversed and that special person needs us now more than ever.

Here at Professional Caretakers, we know that nothing is more important to you than your loved ones. That is why we take the extra steps to be more than a caretaker. As a family-owned and operated business, we know firsthand the importance of giving quality care.

We offer these in-home care services in Granbury, TX:

  • Personal care
  • Housekeeping and errands
  • Transportation
  • Specialized Care
  • Companionship

We’re bonded, insured, and fully licensed by the State of Texas to serve in Granbury. All our caretakers are experienced and undergo comprehensive background checks.

Call us today to set up a free in-home assessment at: 877-921-9500

Information For Granbury Senior Citizens

Senior Centers

There is 1 Senior Center in the city of Granbury.

  • Hood County Senior Center – 501 E. Moore St., Granbury, TX 76048
  • Veterans Of Foreign Wars

    There is 1 VFW Post active in Granbury, TX. These posts act as meeting places for VFW members and play host to a variety of events including karaoke, car shows, and fundraisers. Some VFW posts also have restaurants, a full bar, billiards room, and other amenities. Events and Amenities vary between posts, be sure to ask your closest post what’s available.

  • Post 7835 – 3670 US-377, Granbury, TX 76048
  • Veterans Services

    There is 1 Veterans service office in Granbury, TX.

  • Hood County Veterans Services – 1402 W. Pearl St., Granbury, TX 76048
  • Red Hat Society

    There are 7 active chapters of the Red Hat Society within a 25 mile radius of Granbury, TX. The Red Hat Society was founded to help women over the age of 50 grow older playfully and make new friends.