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Home Care in Little Elm, Texas

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Sunrise over Little Elm, Texas. Marks in the sky.
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What Types of Services Are Included With Homemaker Services in Little Elm, 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 Little Elm, TX

Medical City Denton

Medical City Denton
3535 S Interstate 35
Denton, TX 76210

Main Number: (940) 384-3535
Physician Referral: (855) 477-3762

Medical City Healthcare is proud to offer a number of services and support to the Dallas – Fort Worth and North Texas region.

These healthcare services are further supported with strategic partnerships including:

Medical City Healthcare is also proud to support the Dallas / Fort Worth area through philanthropic donations, volunteer support, and community service initiatives.

Medical City Healthcare is one of the region’s largest, most comprehensive healthcare providers and includes 16 hospitals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

North Texas

Brenda Button Mills Senior Center

301 Main Street
Little Elm, TX 75068


8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Senior Center Supervisor
Brenda Comstock

General Programs

Crochet & Knitting

Every Thursday, 10 a.m.

Whether you want to learn or already know how, join us for crocheting and knitting. Bring your own supplies or we have some for you.

Coffee Club

Monday-Friday, 8:30-9 a.m.

Grab a cup of coffee and chat with your friends, new and old.

Book Club Meeting

Join us from the Little Elm Public Library to discuss the books that the club has chosen.

Vitamin B12 Shots

Every third Wednesday of the month, ProSalutem provides an on-site B12 shot.

ChemoCare Bags

Lend a helping hand by helping assemble ChemoCare bags to be distributed to brighten and lighten the load being felt by women going through chemotherapy. No sewing experience necessary.

Birthday Social

Join us for birthday cupcakes and ice cream as we celebrate this month’s birthdays.


noon Card Pickup
12:30 p.m. Games Start

We will be using paper cards, so bring along your daubers or highlighters if you have them. Each booklet of paper cards is $3 and has three cards per game. We play ten games with a short break after the first five games. Cardboard slider cards are available for $1 each. Card pickup starts at noon. Snacks are provided. Volunteer callers always needed! 

Brenda Button Mills

July 27, 1946 – February 15, 2010

Council Woman Brenda Mills served the Little Elm Community and its schools for many years. Brenda was a native to the Little Elm area and had strong roots in the Little Elm Community. There are several connections between Brenda and Little Elm including “The Button Memorial United Methodist Church” being named in remembrance of her ancestors, The Red Carpet restaurant being built and operated by her mother and step father, and her one time owning and operating Little Elm Grocery. Brenda touched all areas of Little Elm and served the community in many ways. There is no question about her volunteer spirit; Brenda was extremely family-oriented with a sparkling personality. Everyone she touched felt her loving and caring nature and adored her enormous sense of humor. Most of all, she never made you feel left out as she would put you first, before herself. She was involved in just about every Little Elm function and was Citizen of the Year in 2006. This included helping with the Little Elm Food Bank, being one of the founders and serving on the Little Elm Festival Association, Parks and Recreation Board, and Home Rule Charter Commission.

Brenda Mills first worked for the Town of Little Elm as a Town Secretary/Administrator from October 1980 until November 1989. She then worked for LEISD from December 1989 until July of 2007. Brenda was first elected to Public Office in 1999. She served on Town Council from 1999 through 2003 and again from 2005 until her passing on February 15, 2010.



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About Little Elm, Texas

Little Elm is a city in Denton County, Texas, United States, and a part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. It is an extended suburb of Denton; its population was 46,453 as of the 2020 census. In 2000, the census population was at 3,646. 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 Little Elm, TX to Clear Path Home Care

Little Elm

Head east on E Eldorado Pkwy toward Walker Ln
0.1 mi

Make a U-turn
1.1 mi

Continue straight to stay on E Eldorado Pkwy
Pass by Little Caesars Pizza (on the right in 0.4 mi)
4.2 mi

Turn right onto Oak Grove Pkwy
0.2 mi

Continue straight onto Farm to Market Rd 720 W/Oak Grove Pkwy
Continue to follow Farm to Market Rd 720 W
4.6 mi

Turn left onto US-380 W
Pass by Papa Murphy’s | Take ‘N’ Bake Pizza (on the right in 8.5 mi)

Destination will be on the right
10.1 mi

Clear Path Home Care
1204 W University Dr Ste 309, Denton, TX 76201

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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Homemaker Services in Denton, TX by Clear Path Home Care

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.

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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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