• HOME HEALTH

    HOME HEALTH

    Home Health Care is a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury. Home Health Care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF).
  • HOSPICE

    HOSPICE

    We provide all medications, equipment and supplies prescribed to our patient’s diagnosis as requested in order to manage pain and create a comfortable living space. To receive hospice, physicians must be willing to state that death can be expected
  • HOME CARE

    HOME CARE

    Our home care services are completely flexible, built around your needs, and can be from as little as a few hours per week up to 24/7, with no commitment. Our trained and experienced staff also enable family caregivers to take a well-deserved break.

Long-Distance Caregiving

Long-Distance Caregiving

In today’s world, it is common for extended families and friends to be separated by great distances. Career opportunities and other obligations can result in adult children having to live a great distance from their parents.read more

Circle of care Staff

Circle of care Staff

Our staff is comprised of a team of seasoned professionals who are very skilled at performing their duties as well as being very caring individuals. You will be pleasantly surprised when you use our services, and when you meet our staff.read more

Circle of Care Features

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    Live-in Care
    A live-in caregiver comes to the senior’s home and stays around the clock. With live-in care, a caregiver is always watching over the senior and is ready to assist in all activities of daily living. Live-in care does not mean that the caregiver moves into the senior’s home.!
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    Scheduled Care
    Mornings, Mid-day, Evenings or 24 hour round the clock care
  3. 3
    Temporary or Long Term Care

    Long Term Care

    The need for long-term care help might be due to a terminal condition, disability, illness, injury or the infirmity of old age. Estimates by experts are that at least 60% of all individuals will need extended help in one or more of the areas above during their lifetime. The need for long-term care may only last for a few weeks or months or it may go on for years. It all depends on the underlying reasons for needing care.

    Temporary Care

    “Respite care” involves short term or temporary care of a few hours or weeks. Respite care is designed for the sick or disabled to provide relief, or respite, to the regular caregiver. The regular caregiver is usually a family member. A family member may be hesitant to seek or use respite care to leave a loved one in the care of another; however, there is evidence that caregivers who take a break from the associated stresses can help prevent incidents of neglect or abuse.

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    Assist with Long Term Care Insurance Claims
    help ensure you receive all the health insurance benefits to which you are entitled. We make sure your bills are accurate, inform you about your options, and decipher and manage the endless paperwork.
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    Licensed and Bonded

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