In-Home Senior Care Services

All non-professional staff receive training through our RN supervised Certified Home Care Aide training program. Of course, this occurs prior to placement in the home. All In-home caregiving staff is bonded and insured. In-Home Senior Care ensures the safe loving of loved ones. Assistance with ADL’s and IADL’s improve quality of life. In addition, this helps maintain independence.
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Home Care Aides/Personal Care Aides

Trained non-professionals will provide intermittent and long term care hours in the home. Our aides are trained to provide a wide range of services, which may include transitioning to home post hospitalization, to intermittent visits throughout the week for assistance with activities of daily living, up to 24 hour care as needed.

Live-In Caregivers

They are home care aides who stay at the client’s home 24 hours a day. The Live-In Caregiver is on duty working 16 hours a day and off duty with 8 hours of sleep time, all within the comfort of your own home. As a result, this provides families with piece of mind to have someone in the home at all times.


Our Registered Nurse Care Managers visit you at time of admission to evaluate ones’ physical, mental, and social needs. They develop an individualized care plan for each client. They also oversee care in the homes by making phone calls and home visits for reassessments. The nurse will modify your care plan and coordinate the updated changes with your caregiver and the scheduling office. The Nurse Care Managers will also educate families on the aging process and provide additional resources for your illness and needs.