We offer you care in your own home.

If you need help for just a few hours each day or a couple of times a week, we can visit you in your home and provide as little or as much help as you need, with the aim of helping you to maintain your independence

We offer CDPAP Services

Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) where you can hire your friend or family member to care for you. No need to have an agency send you someone you don’t know, your loved ones can get paid while caring for you. Give us a call at 718-717-2285 for more information.”

So what exactly is Home Care

So what exactly i s Home Care?

Home care includes health and social services given at home to recovering, disabled or chro nically ill people in need of medical, social or therapeutic treatment, and assistance and companionship in the essential activities of daily living.

So what exactly is Home Care?

A person who prefers to stay at home but needs ongoing care that cannot easily or effectively be provided solely by family and friends.

More and more older people, who are choosing to live independent, non-institutionalized lives, and so are receiving home care services as their physical capabilities diminish.

Younger adults who are disabled or recuperating from acute illness

Chronically ill children who need sophisticated medical treatment in their loving and secure home environments.

Adults and children diagnosed with terminal illness, receiving compassionate care and maintaining dignity at the end of life.

Patients who need highly skilled services when they return home from a stay in hospital.


Your parent needs companionship and some help with errands and meals?

After being discharged from surgery, your relative will need assistance for a time with bathing and dressing?

Your loved one could use some aid dealing with an illness, in taking medication and doing exercises?

Essentially, it's about choosing to be cared for at home.
And for this, you need a care provider who is proven skilled, discreet, loving and dependable.

On the most basic level, being a good home health aide means being a compassionate caregiver helping another person. Home health aides provide basic, personal care to clients. An HHA may assist with bathing, dressing, and other self-care and hygiene needs.

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PCA stands for personal care assistant. A PCA is someone who helps people with day-to-day activities in their home and around their community. It can range from helping with personal care, or with homemaking and errand type activities.

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“ Home health nurses provide direct care and teach you and your caregivers about your care. They also manage, observe, and evaluate your care. Examples of skilled nursing care include: giving IV drugs, certain injections, or tube feedings; changing dressings; and teaching about prescription drugs or diabetes care.”

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We provide HHA, PCA, and CDPAP services for the deaf and deaf-blind. Our caregivers use American Sign Language. Compassionate care starts with communication, so we’ll make sure that your loved ones will be heard and understood.

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