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Increasing your comfort and safety at home

When your loved one needs assistance in the comfort of their own home due to chronic illness, age, or disability, in-home services are a sought-after option for many in need of long-term care. Private duty care is one of the options that may be a good fit for your loved one’s needs because it allows the individual to stay independent in the comfort of their own home. Our home care caregivers provide support on a need-based and ongoing basis, which gives clients peace of mind, knowing that they can stay at home in their familiar surroundings. We provide experienced caregivers who will go above the call of duty to provide services that your loved one needs to stay within their place of residence with comfort and ease on the following basis.

  • Hourly Care
  • 24/7 Care
  • Live in Care


  • Patients with Tracheostomy and ventilator-dependence
  • Patients who receive continuous nutritional feeds through a G-tube or NG-tube Patients who receive intravenous nutrition
  • Patients who are oxygen-dependent in conjunction with other medical needs Patients who have complex medical needs such as frequent seizures
  • Patients with dementia

Non Skilled

Our private duty home care aides are the first-level caregivers that offer private duty, non-medical home care services to our clients. The types of services they provide to each client depend on the individualized needs of each senior. Our home care services include:

  • Companionship
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal preparation
  • Light laundry
  • Errands and shopping
  • Transportation to MD Appointments
  • Help with pet care
  • Help with watering flowers, getting the mail, and other caregiving duties.
  • Medication reminders
  • Help with personal care, like bathing and dressing
  • Safety in the home- to avoid wandering, leaving the stove turned on
  • Hourly care
  • Respite care for family members

Some long-term care insurance plans will pay for private duty care. Usually, people who need the services (or their caregivers) pay for private duty care themselves.

Accepted Payer Sources

  • Medicaid
  • Most Private Insurances
  • Private Pay

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