How do we know which program we should get for our parents or loved ones?
We provide an initial assessment for free. Here, you are free to discuss your needs with our consultant. We will evaluate your requirements and recommend to you the most appropriate program to avail.
Are your care providers insured?
Yes, our care providers are insured so you can trust that you will not take any responsibility should anything untoward happen to them.
What insurances do you accept?
We accept most insurance from the government- or state-sponsored programs, employer-supported, to private pay. To double-check if yours is accepted, you may contact us in advance through 703-435-7402. Our staff will provide you with the assistance you need.
How soon can we start availing of your services?
We can start as soon as we have agreed on the care program that you will avail and the method of payment that you will be utilizing.
I’ve got several questions more, how do I contact you?
You may reach us through a call or a message here. You may also call us for an appointment so we can sit down and answer your queries personally.
What is non-medical home care?
Non-medical or non-skilled home care mostly focuses on companionship and personal care services that allow people to live a better quality of life at home.
Are you willing to work with physicians?
Of course. It is our goal to improve the lives of our clients and working with their doctor’s would definitely ensure that.
How can I ensure that a caregiver is trustworthy?
Our dedicated and highly trained caregivers are reliable and trustworthy professionals you will ever meet. They have been thoroughly screened and insured, so you basically have nothing to worry about.
What makes home care necessary?
Home care improves the lives of your physically and health challenged loved ones at home. It helps them regain their independence and find happiness again.
How important is it for the elderly to have a regular home companion?
Incredibly important. Regular home companionship alleviates loneliness and prevents isolation which often leads to depression for most of the elderly.