There is a critical need for affordable, quality home health care. The founders of Lily Martin Care saw this need and decided to apply their experience and knowledge to help. The inspiration to form a service that would do just that came from their personal family experiences.
Lily, or “Ma Lily”, as she was called, came to the U.S. as a young child not knowing any English, but quickly caught onto the language and culture. She raised her children in Yonkers, NY, and was passionate about her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, as much of her joy and happiness came from them. A brilliant businesswoman, she and her husband Simon travelled the world many times over, bringing the children her stories and experiences. But the erosion of her mind from dementia prompted her family to make the difficult decision to care for Lily at home, rather than place her in a facility with strangers.
Martin Francis Burke was a loving grandfather, father and husband. As one of 12 children, he held family as the most important part of life. Although he always sported a jovial grin, Martin was haunted by a genetic history of heart disease. Having had his first heart attack at age 33, he would continue living his life with zest through his love of being with family and friends until his third and final attack at the age of 61.
As difficult as it was to see Ma Lily succumb to dementia, the situation was compounded by the fact that she needed extra care, which proved to be extremely daunting. This is one of the reasons why we founded Lily Martin. Today we honor our beloved Ma Lily and Martin by helping to provide families in stressful situations with responsible home health care. They gave the best to all who were lucky enough to be in their presence, and we continue that pattern of love and care by paying it forward with our services.
Lily Martin Care makes it their daily mission to provide quality home health care services at affordable rates by placing the appropriate level care demanded by every unique situation.
Every situation in every home is unique. We understand that. That is why we keep an extensive list of health care providers so that we are able to give you choices for the level of health care your loved one needs.
When you need the training and experience necessary to care for your loved ones medical needs, a Registered Nurse is right fit for your situation.
Sometimes your situation calls for simply providing general assistance with your loved one. Things such as dressing, eating or personal hygiene can be taken care of with the help of an Aide.
If your loved one requires around-the-clock care, our Live-ins are available to help with many of your family's needs.
Navigating the myriad of choices available to you regarding home health care can be daunting. We can place you with a Social Worker who can assess your needs and make appropriate recommendations for care.
There may be times when you need to have your loved one travel. Whether it's one town over for an appointment, or across the country to visit family, we can provide a Travel Companion.
We used Lily Martin Care to help my Mom after she broke her wrist. We especially loved Amanda because she was amazing at taking care of my Mom. She thought of everything, had tons of energy, kind and just a warm and wonderful woman!! I am grateful for Lily Martin Care, Amanda and all the other ladies that helped my Mom gain her independence back. Thank you!!
— Lisa F.
Lily Martin Care is the best! They were very accommodating and efficient during our grandfather's final weeks. The person we had come was extremely caring, and really helped him through his discomfort. Will definitely recommend!
— Nicole P.
Ann is phenomenal. When we needed someone to take care of my father in law who has Alzheimer’s she was able to find him someone to take care of him very quickly. The person she had come was great with him.
— Virginia B.
Heartfelt thank you for all of your help with my father-in-law. It was a great comfort to know that his last wishes were granted because of you and your staff. Thanks for being such a great friend!
— Pam P.