With such a wide range of options for personal care services, choosing the best one for your family can seem overwhelming. Combined with paperwork, proper timing, legal implications and more, it’s critical to have an ally and advocate supporting you at every step of the process and providing you with ongoing guidance.
From having a family member certified as your PCA to assistance meeting home care costs, Best Home Care provides in-home supportive services that allow for comfortable and safe independent living.
Best Home Care serves families, current personal care assistants, and those seeking caregiver jobs through:
- Guidance choosing your ideal PCA program options
- PCA training for friends or family and employee resources
- Support for PCA appeals, living wills, and more at the PCA Law Center
- Valuable home care resources such as our PCA Self Assessment
- Assistance transferring to Best Home Care from other home health agencies
- And more
Home Care For Seniors
Combine independent living with peace of mind.
PCA services for senior home care lets aging parents or grandparents stay in their own home or community while receiving the assistance they need. Whether special consideration needs to be given to a physical limitation or a disease such as Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, in-home care provides support for daily activities and community involvement.
Services for Adults with Disabilities
Balance everyone’s daily needs with our assistance.
Whether you need temporary relief or extended home care for an adult child or sibling with disabilities, we can help. Connect with our staff to explore PCA training for a friend or family member who would like to help. Best Home Care’s options give you the support system you need without compromising the level of care your loved one is receiving.
Care for Children with Disabilities
Choose excellent care in the comfort of a familiar place.
For children with special health needs or developmental delays such as autism, home support services offers the attention and devotion needed while allowing parents to take the time for other daily activities. Unlike with seniors or adult children, parents and stepparents are not eligible to be the PCA for minors; however, siblings, grandparents or other family members are eligible to work as paid caregivers. If you would like to hire a friend or family member to be your Personal Care Assistant (PCA), we are ready to support you and help make it happen. Please visit our Employees’ page to see why Best Home Care is a great place to work!
Connect with our compassionate professionals for complete, individualized service at (651) 330-2550, firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our online contact form.