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Home Care in Celina, Texas

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What Types of Services Are Included With Homemaker Services in Celina, TX?

Homemaker services will generally include:

  • Housecleaning
  • Laundry
  • Ironing
  • Washing dishes
  • Bagging garbage and taking out trash
  • Making beds and changing linens
  • Shopping for household essentials
  • Organizing household routines
  • Reading and writing tasks
  • Meal preparation
  • Menu planning
  • Serving meals
  • Escorting to MD Visits

Home Care Services in Celina, TX

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – McKinney

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – McKinney is a medical facility located in McKinney, TX. This hospital has been recognized for America’s 250 Best Hospitals Award™, Stroke Care Excellence Award™, and more.

Baylor Scott and White Medical Center-McKinney is located at 5252 West University Dr., McKinney, TX. 

(469) 764-1000

Celina Senior Center

142 N Ohio st
Celina, TX 75009



Senior Activities

NOTE:  The Senior Center is scheduled to reopen on Monday, June 15th, for senior programming only.  

Click here for the calendar of November events

Click here for a copy of the Senior Center Reservation Form

Senior Resources

Senior Tax Freeze

CELINA (May 11, 2018) At the City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, City Council adopted a resolution to freeze ad valorem taxes for residence homesteads owned by disabled or by persons sixty-five (65) years of age and older, beginning with the tax year 2018.

Celina homeowners 65 and older can also freeze their property taxes. As a result, no matter how much a senior property value rises, their city property taxes will stay the same.

For more information about how to freeze your property taxes, please contact your local Central Appraisal District. For Celina homeowners who live in Collin County, please visit the Collin County Central Appraisal District website. For Celina homeowners who live in Denton County, please visit the Denton County Central Appraisal District website.

Collin County Transit

Collin County Transit provides a subsidized Taxi Program for residents of Celina, McKinney, Melissa, Princeton, and Lowry Crossing who are 65 years of age or older or are disabled. This program is administered by the McKinney Urban Transit District and service is provided by Denton County Transportation Authority in partnership with Irving Holdings.

This service consists of a subsidized taxi voucher program that provides efficient transit options for participating cities.

Qualifying residents must apply to participate in the program. Once approved, eligible users can request a debit card and load funds for taxi service. The cost to the user is 25% of the card value with a limit of up to $400 per month per user. For example, a user can purchase $400 of taxi service for $100, or they can purchase a $100 of taxi service for $25. 

Residents can now enjoy the convenience of regular taxi service at a fraction of the cost to get to popular destinations such as grocery stores, senior centers, libraries, Baylor Medical Center, and anywhere throughout Collin County.

For additional information or questions about the program, eligibility or required documentation, please visit the Collin County Transit website.   

The McKinney Urban Transit District consists of representatives from the cities of Celina, McKinney, Melissa, Princeton, and Lowry Crossing. All MUTD meetings are subject to the Open Meetings Act. Agenda’s and meeting minutes may be found here.


Although Celina was not established until 1876, settlers came into the area at a much earlier date. In October 1879, a settlement formed 1 mi (1.6 km) south of its current location. A Methodist church was built in 1880, and it doubled as a schoolhouse for a short time. Celina’s first postmaster John T. Mulkey renamed the town after his hometown – Celina, Tennessee. By 1884, Celina a gristmill, cotton gin, school, several general stores, and a drug store that has been opened in “Old Celina.”[9]

In 1902, news had reached Celina that the St. Louis, San Francisco, and Texas Railway would be constructed and extended to reach the area. Shortly thereafter, the merchants of the town made the decision to move the entire town closer to the railway. When the time came to move, the businesses and houses were loaded onto rollers and moved 1 mi (1.6 km) north to be closer to the railway. The town coined itself “Rollertown.” The move was completed in February 1902.[9]

A town site company secured land for the new “Celina,” which was part of a pasture belonging to the late William Willock. The company had taken fences down, marked off streets, and placed lots for sale. Originally, it was intended that the current Main Street would be the Main Street of the town so it was made wider than the other streets and the price of lots were higher. Because of the higher price, the merchants began locating north of Main Street and west of the railroad. In 1907, the town was officially incorporated with Will Newsom serving as the first mayor.[10]

In 1910, Celina resident J. Fred Smith (who later became the first mayor of University Park in Dallas) had the business section rebuilt from a row of frame buildings facing the railroad tracks to uniform brick buildings around a square. By July 1911, Smith’s effort had paid off as several new buildings were ready for use and gravel streets were constructed, which gave Celina the appearance of a wide-awake, growing little city. Businesses began to relocate from their wooden structures into the new brick buildings, and many of the wooden structures moved into a residential section and transformed into homes. This was a pivotal moment in Celina’s character as it marked the shift towards the brick features that define the Downtown Square today.[10]

Celina Pike, the first road in the county built exclusively for automobiles, opened in Celina in 1915. At that time, Celina had a newspaper, two banks, and municipal water works. In 1921, Lone Star Gas organized Farmers Gas Company to provide natural gas to Celina and other small rural towns. In 1924, Texas Power and Light began supplying electricity to Celina then replaced by Grayson-Collin Electric Cooperative in 1937.[10]

By 1937, Celina had a variety of businesses and professional services, including a dry good store, seven gas stations, three cotton gins, two drug stores, two grain elevators, two ice houses, flour mill, laundry, lumber yard, shoe and harness shop, jewelry store, blacksmith, movie theatre, and a modern brick school building. During World War II, the diversification of commerce in the Downtown Square continued as it served as a collection points for scrap iron.[9]

An excerpt from the Celina Record in 1937 states: If you are casting about for a good place to make your home you should visit Celina and see for yourself what it has to offer. Some here occasionally say the grass is greener elsewhere and move away, but most of them decide there is no use trying to find a better place in which to live and rear their families, come back, and settle down firmly fixed in their belief that trying is a waste of time.[10]

Fast forward to 2000, there were 135 businesses and 1,861 residents residing in Celina. Today, the Historic Downtown Square still houses a number of the original buildings that are either adjacent or around the Square from over a century ago. These original structures serve as an excellent representation of the historic charm of Celina. The Huddleston Building, which is located on the Downtown Square, is an example of how a building can be modernized while also retaining the historic, rural feel. This renovation project received the “Best New Construction in Cities under 50,000 Award” from the Texas Downtown Association.[9]

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Celina, Texas is quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing cities in North Texas. But, why? What makes Celina one of the most sought out up-and-coming cities for people of all ages and walks of life? It’s more than just affordable living and location. It’s the community and connectivity that make Celina the unique, and beautiful city it is today.

The City of Celina and the Celina Economic Development Corporation proudly present the ‘Life in Celina’ Podcast. We will be regularly sharing the stories behind the amazing people, businesses, and groups that make Celina home. Subscribe and listen to “Life in Celina” to hear the stories that connect our community.

Come watch us record live at Rollertown Beerworks and Little Wooden Penguin on the third Wednesday and Thursday of each month!

We are interested in hearing your story. Do you have a special Celina story? Did something unique bring you here? Did you move here because of the schools? What keeps you anchored? If you believe you have a special or unique story to tell, we would love to hear from you and possibly feature you on one of our upcoming podcasts. 

Fill out the Celina Podcast Request Form if you’re interested in being featured on an upcoming episode.

About Celina, Texas

Celina is a city in Collin and Denton counties in the U.S. state of Texas. Celina is part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex and is nestled between the major arteries of Texas State Highway 289 to the east and the future Dallas North Tollway to the west; Celina is approximately 40 miles north of Dallas.Wikipedia

About Denton County, Texas

Denton County is located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2020 census, its population was 906,422, making it the 7th-most populous county in Texas. The county seat is Denton. The county, which was named for John B. Denton, was established in 1846. Denton County constitutes part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. Wikipedia

Driving Directions from Celina, TX to Clear Path Home Care


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Why Are Homemaker Services Important?

Does a loved one in your life need help around the house with chores, errands, or housekeeping? Have you been trying to keep up with all of the household management tasks, but could use a little more help? Homemaker services may be the perfect option.

  • What are homemaker services? 
  • Why is home management and cleanliness important? 
  • What are the benefits of homemaker services? 
  • How can you tell if your loved one needs help around the house? 

Here are the answers to these questions and other things you need to know about homemaker services.

A clean home, healthy meals, and organization is critical for a person’s physical and mental health. Failing to eat properly can lead to weight loss and illness. Being unable to get to the grocery or to scheduled doctor’s appointments can mean a decline in health. When a person can no longer perform their own homemaker tasks, they may need a care professional to help them.

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What are Homemaker Services?

Also known as chore services or companion care, homemaker services help people age in place with assistance rather than moving into an assisted living facility or nursing home. Homemaker services help with tasks such as housekeeping, organization, and transportation to important appointments.

“Loneliness and social isolation in older adults are serious public health risks affecting a significant number of people in the United States and putting them at risk for dementia and other serious medical conditions...Social isolation significantly increased a person's risk of premature death from all causes, a risk that may rival those of smoking, obesity, and physical inactivity.”

What Are the Benefits of Homemaker Services?

Homemaker Services have many benefits, including:

  • Ability to age in place. Homemaker services are often enough to let an elderly person live comfortably and safely in their own home for years without needing to go to a nursing home or assisted living facility.
  • Enhanced quality of life. When seniors can stay in their own home and maintain a degree of independence while still getting the care they need, they can have a significantly better quality of life.
  • Personalized needs. Your loved one gets exactly the care they need. They aren’t left alone for long stretches if they need a lot of help, or they aren’t bothered by constant attention when they only need a little help here and there.
  • Lower cost. Most of the time, homemaker services cost less than an assisted living facility or a nursing home – sometimes significantly less, especially if your loved one only needs assistance a few hours a day.

What to Look for When Hiring a Homemaker Service.

Are you concerned about trying to find the right home care provider? Here are some things to consider as you embark on your search for the perfect provider [3]:

  • Is the agency licensed by the state?
  • What type of employee screening does the agency do?
  • Are caregivers accredited, insured, and licensed?
  • Does the agency’s staff seem helpful and friendly?
  • Will you receive a written care plan?
  • How are problems resolved?
  • What policies are in place for emergencies?

How to Tell When Your Loved One May Need Homemaker Services.

Some red flags that may indicate your loved one needs personal care at home include [2]:

  • Unsually messy home- trash piling up, clutter in walkways, dishes in the sink, laundry not completed, floors that need to be cleaned, bathrooms that aren’t being properly cleaned, linen that needs to be washed.
  • Not eating regularly– no food in the refrigerator, unable to manage grocery shopping, spoiled food on counters or in the refrigerator, relying on canned soups or microwavable meals, eating only snack foods, no fruits or vegetables. 
  • Car accidents, tickets, or losing their driver’s license may mean a loss of independence since your loved one will struggle to get to appointments and run errands if they can’t drive themselves.
  • Falls or falling hazards inside the home pose a serious threat to safety. Personal care can help your loved one get around their home more safely.
  • Isolation can lead to loneliness, depression, more health problems, and a decreased quality of life.

If you’re searching for the right homemaker service, let us help you. We know how important it is to find the care for your loved one’s needs. Contact us today to learn more about our homemaker services.

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  1. Loneliness and Social Isolation Linked to Serious Health Conditions, CDC,
  2. Amy Goyer, 5 Signs Your Loved One May Need Caregiving Support, AARP,
  3. Home Care Services: Questions to Ask, Mayo Clinic,

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