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Why Choose Home Care


Home care is delivered at home
Our home is our castle. A refuge from the storm. When we are happy we go home to celebrate. When we are not feeling well we seek the comfort of our home and family

Home care helps the elderly maintain their independence.
With some assistance, seniors can continue to function as viable members of society.

Home care prevents or postpones institutionalization.
No one wants to be placed in a nursing home unless it is absolutely necessary to obtain the 24 hour care needed.

Home care promotes healing.
Scientific evidence shows that patients heal more quickly at home.

Home care represents the best tradition in American health.
Health care has always been given in the home. A visit to the hospital was the exception rather than the rule.

Home care is personalized care.
Home care is tailored to the needs of each individual and their family members and is delivered on a one-on-one basis.

Home care is safer.
Some 20% of people entering the hospital develop a complication such as an infection. The incidence of such risks at home is nearly zero.

Home care reduces stress.
Unlike most forms of health care, which can increase anxiety and stress, home care has the opposite effect.

Home care extends life.
Studies indicate that the visits by home care personnel help people not only medically but spiritually extending longevity.

Home care improves the quality of life.
Home care not only helps add years to life, but also life to years. Studies show people using home care have a higher rate of satisfaction with life.

Home care is less expensive than other forms of care.
Evidence demonstrate that home is always far less expensive than hospitalization and almost always less costly than placement in a nursing home.

Home care is the preferred form of health care for the infirm and disabled.
Home care is preferred by a margin of 90% over comparable institutional care by individuals who are infirm.

Home care is given by special people.
Most caregivers look at what they do as a calling and not as a job. They are motivated by helping people. ©