Live-In Home Health Care

Our live-in home health aides let your loved one remain in their own home.

Sometimes your loved one’s need for care is severe, but an assisted living facility isn’t the best option for you and your family. If Alzheimer’s, Related Dementias, or other debilitating conditions are a factor, a part-time home health aide may not provide sufficient care.

All our caregivers are trained to care for clients with Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias.

Keeping to a regular routine in a familiar environment reduces your loved one’s anxiety over losing their independence. It may even slow degenerative illnesses.

Our live-in caregivers provide one-on-one personal assistance and care.

That includes companionship, light household duties, and others depending on the needs of the client. Your loved one doesn’t have to live alone. You can rely on our home health aides to be there to help — and call for medical attention should an emergency occur.

Our home health agency’s goal is providing you with a plan of service that focuses on your individual family’s needs. Live-in care reduces stress for both you and your loved one, which contributes to a meaningful and productive life. Your loved one receives the care they need, and you are able to concentrate on other things in your life.

The primary benefit of live-in caregivers is knowing someone is always there with your loved one.

Live-in home health aides develop a deeper, more personal understanding of a client’s needs. And they create a warm, friendly relationship with clients that help your loved one’s sense of connection to the world and contribute to positive well-being.

Most people want to live in their own homes as they age. Home is where we build our families, make precious memories, keep our most cherished possessions and our loyal pets. Our live-in caregivers let your loved one continue their regular lifestyle.

Live-in home care means your loved one is free from rigid schedules typical of long-term facilities.

They don’t have to wait for toileting assistance. They don’t have to be thirsty for water, or hungry for something to eat, for long periods of time. They can sleep, watch TV, walk around whenever they want to. And they don’t require visiting hours for you to drop in and enjoy their company for a while.

Personal Assistance

  • Personal hygiene
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Feeding
  • Toileting
  • Shopping
  • Laundry
  • Exercise
  • Escort to appointments
  • Run errands as needed
  • Accompany to medical appointments

Home Chores

  • Washing dishes
  • Cleaning house
  • Emptying trash
  • Grocery shopping
  • Taking care of any pets
  • Watering plants
  • Preparing food


  • Accompany client to doctor
  • visits, grocery shopping, movies
  • Help the client with their hobbies
  • Monitor diet and exercise
  • Remind client to take medication
  • Play games
  • Organizing incoming and outgoing mail
  • Assist in exercises

Respite care options include:

  • Caregivers spending a few hours each day with your loved one
  • One of our team members attending the home once a week
  • An occasional overnight, should you need to travel out of town
  • Weekend visits for longer stays

We have served Miami and South Florida for 30+ years with comprehensive home health care, personalized and custom-designed and you and your family: Miami Dade, including Aventura, Coral Gables, and Pinecrest; Broward County, including Davie, Ft. Lauderdale, and Hollywood; Monroe County, including Key Largo and Marathon; Palm Beach County, including Boca Raton, Jupiter, and Wellington; and all Region 9 counties.

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