Welcome to Traditional Home Care, where we offer a broad range of non-medical care and support services provided in the home.
Traditional Home Care Department do not require a licensed professional or a physician’s prescription. A home care worker also known as a (Personal Care Aide) can help a person with activities of daily living (ADLs) like remembering to take medications, preparing meals, transferring from a chair, toilet or bed, bathing, getting dressed, light housekeeping or transportation to and from doctor’s appointments.
Our PCA worker can also provide companionship to an older adult or an adult with a disability – engaging in a favorite hobby, watching movies or simply conversing about their past or the events of the day.
Home care is a cost-effective alternative to hospital and nursing home stays. Home care services are provided through a variety of home care providers, whether independently owned or associated with hospitals, public health departments or national companies.
Why Home Care?
Making decisions on providing care for a loved one can be overwhelming. How do you know what’s right for your family’s unique situation? Is in-home care the right solution? Or does your loved one need more?
Your Extended Family When Family Can’t Be There
At Traditional Home Care, we’re here to do exactly what our name says: it’s our tradition to assist with home care. We’re more than an in-home-care agency – we’re your extended family when family can’t be there.
From our initial free in-home consultation to compassionate care, we provide exceptional support for you, your loved one, and your entire family.
FREE IN-HOME CONSULTATION
We meet with you at no obligation to get to know you and understand your family’s needs, answer your questions, and assess care needs. Services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Personal Care Aide (PCA) MATCH
We know it can be difficult to open your home to a stranger, so we match every client with the most compatible caregiver. When your loved one is partnered with the right caregiver, they become members of an extended family that provides compassionate, attentive care and the best possible quality of life.