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In Home Care by State

In Home Care by State

Grandmother and granddaughter embraced  on white backgroundAccording to the AARP, 92 percent of people over the age of 65 want to stay in their home as long as possible because they don’t want to give up their freedom. When your loved one stays at home, they retain their sense of self – instead of becoming part of a facility’s machine. In-home care helps them keep that value, letting them live their life on their schedule, not a facility’s. They can take a bath when they want to take a bath, not when the facility has time for them.

Home care gives you flexibility. Caregivers can be there from two hours to 24 hours. The option of how you get what your loved one needs remains in your hands. The first care plan you create is not set in stone. If new challenges arise, home-care specialists can adapt and change as you or your loved one needs. The point is to be there when you can’t and this is the peace of mind you’re looking for.


Please choose one of the following states to find In Home Care for a family member or loved one: