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Top 10 Caregiver Companies in the U.S.


Lifestyle Improvement

Posted On: Nov 03, 2014

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Choosing a company for home care services can be a daunting process. You want to be sure that the company is reputable and will provide excellent care for your loved one. It is difficult to hand over the care of a loved one to someone else, especially if you have been providing that care for a long time. But if you are unable to provide the care they need, it’s important to find a service that can. Here are 10 excellent home care services to consider.

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  1. Interim HealthCare. This home care company has over 300 independently-owned franchises across the U.S. providing home care, hospice care, and healthcare staffing. They also provide non-medical services such as personal care and support services such as companionship.
  2. Home Helpers. Home Helpers provides services to diverse patient base, from seniors to new and expectant mothers. They provide care for people recovering from surgery and also have specialized caregivers for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients.
  3. SeniorBridge. SeniorBridge provides care for seniors at home in 13 states across the U.S., mostly on the East Coast, but also in Texas, Arizona, and Kansas City. They provide home eldercare services as well as information on elder law, trusts, and estate attorneys.
  4. Visiting Angels. Visiting Angels specializes in non-medical home care services for seniors such as personal care, respite care, and companion care services. They also have specialized care services for patients with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related illnesses.
  5. Home Care Assistance. Home Care Assistance offers both hourly care and live-in care for seniors. Hourly care can include help with daily routines as needed so seniors can remain at home and enjoy their favorite activities. Live-in care provides similar services, but with around-the-clock care and help with light housekeeping as well as transportation to doctor’s appointments.
  6. Comfort Keepers.  Comfort Keepers helps seniors with their daily tasks and medication management with both hourly and live-in options. The company also provides a variety of home monitoring services for seniors such as medication control and personal emergency response systems.
  7. Home Instead. Home Instead began their senior care model in 1994 by meeting the needs of one 100-year-old grandmother of 55 grandchildren. Today, they have over 900 locations in the U.S. as well as offices in Canada, Japan, Australia, and many different countries in Europe.
  8. BrightStar Care. BrightStar provides care for a wide variety of clients, from child care to Alzheimer’s and dementia patient care. They have a senior transportation service that helps seniors meet with friends and do regular errands and shopping.
  9. Right at Home. Right at Home provides senior care services to tens of thousands of clients from over 350 locations across the U.S. and other countries. They specialize in developing a custom care plan for each client.
  10. Senior Helpers. This caregiver company provides a variety of homecare services, including companion care, personal care, live-in care, and more. They even have a Peace of Mind service that includes one short visit per day.