Peace of Mind Care
Every day we strive to provide peace of mind care to those in need. We are dedicated to helping seniors and those with disabilities maintain their highest level of independence and to receiving dignified care they can trust and afford, all in the comfort and safety of their own homes.
Loving Home Care is about relationships. We are about people caring for people and providing care in a safe and dignified manner. We know seniors prefer to age in place, remaining in their own homes and communities. Studies show that when seniors remain in their own homes instead of a nursing home or other facility, they are happier and thrive more, which is why we are here for you.
Our hourly, live-in, overnight, and 24-hour care services make it possible and affordable for individuals to remain in the comfort of their own homes. And as we all know, there is no place like home.
We are not a large brand franchise but a locally owned family service, allowing us to provide a much-needed personal touch and the care, support, and peace of mind you are looking for. Families feel at ease knowing that a caring, experienced Loving Home Care caregiver will be there to assist any time, day or night.
Care We Provide
Bathing & Toileting
Grooming & Dressing
Monitor food expirations
Prescription pick up
Transport to appointments
Visits to neighbors/friends
Assist with pet care
Our Caregivers are chosen for their reliability, compassion, trustworthiness, and experience. Our caregivers have hearts of gold, and they sincerely love helping others and executes their duties with a loving spirit. Our caregivers have experience with clients with Dementia, Alzheimer's, Cancer, Stroke, Arthritis, Parkinson’s, Diabetes, etc.
Finding the right person to care for your loved one is essential. We want a lasting client-caregiver relationship, so we strive to find the best caregiver to fit into your family. To ensure your loved one receives only the best, our caregivers must meet the following requirements:
Have skilled training and continuing education
At least one-year caregiving experience
Complete a thorough interview
Pass a thorough background check
Pass a sexual registry check
Pass a DMV driving record check
Pass a thorough reference check
Continuous performance monitoring