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Private Pay home care, is nonmedical care provided to individuals in their own home.  It is Paid-Out-of-Pocket by the individual or their family using existing assets, savings or some times Private Insurance policies.

If your loved one requires assistance with tasks such as personal care, housekeeping, meal preparation, or companionship, private pay home care providers can offer tailored support. 

Families pay for private home care directly, without relying on Medicare or Medicaid coverage.

NonMedical Assistance

Private Home Care focuses on NonMedical tasks such as personal care, companionship, light housekeeping, meal preparation, and medication reminders.


Individuals can choose the level of care they need and receive assistance for a minimum of 2 hours to 24 hours a day.  Individuals can decide the days and times for their care as they deem necessary. 


Caters to a wide range of needs, from short-term post-surgical wound care to long-term care for complex medical conditions.

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