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Our Care Services

At Angel Home Care, we understand that care needs vary and that no two situations are the same. That is why we provide a broad range of affordable services options, putting you in complete control over the length and frequency of service. Our caregivers are at-hand seven days a week, 24 hours a day including weekends and holidays. We take the time to listen to your needs and to understand your situation, working diligently to match your personality with the ideal caregiver. This process has developed truly enriching and rewarding partnerships.

Companion Services

Friendly conversation
Medication reminders
Assistance with walking
Meal preparation

Homemaker Services

Light housekeeping
Grocery shopping
Assistance with pet care

Personal Care Services

Bathing assistance
Incontinence care
Dressing assistance

24-Hour Care

Sometimes your loved one requires extra supervision, without pause. If 24-hour care is required, you'll have a caregiving team providing all services as needed, 24-hours a day.

Alzheimer's Care

Rest assured that your loved one is under the compassionate, watchful eye of a caring companion. We offer specially trained staff to provide nurturing care with understanding and sensitivity.

Hospice Care

We bring compassion and sensitivity to those suffering from a terminal illness. Our caregivers have in-depth experience with hospice care and can attend to your loved one's needs during their final days.

Waking Night Care

Meet Joe

Life hasn't been easy for Joe* recently. Not only is he battling chronic arthritis and dealing with respiratory problems, he has also just been diagnosed with dementia. His condition started to deteriorate once he began having interrupted sleep. In the middle of the night he would wake up, confused, unsure of where he was, feeling very anxious. His wife, Angela, sat up with him each night hoping to reassure him, however, this took a toll on her. In order to keep both their parents safe, their adult children began to take turns keeping their father company through the nights.

Read Joe's Story

Hospital to Home

Meet Lydia

Lydia*, a women in her late 70s, lives in a small home with her husband. After Lydia underwent a complete hip replacement surgery her husband Raymond was concerned that he would not be able to fully care for her as soon as she came home from the hospital. They had signed up to work with another home care agency, but the other agency ended up canceling at the last minute, leaving the family scrambling to find someone that could care for Lydia when she got home.

Read Lydia's Story

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