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Living at home for as many years as possible and remaining independent is a topic of conversation for many seniors and baby boomers. Associated Home Quality Health Care can help. Our philosophy is to treat each client as if they were a member of our own family. Our concept is about "making the right match--caregiver to client." Our matchmaker program transforms every day caregiving to opportunities to connect via activities that engage and enrich the lives of seniors physically, mentally, socialy and emotionally. From help with meals and mobility to personal care and errands, our in-home care lends a helping hand while enhancing our client's Quality of life.
At Associated Home Quality Health Care, we understand that senior care needs vary & that no two situations are always the same. That’s why we provide a wide range of flexible home care plans, putting our clients in total control over the frequency and length of our service. We take the time to patiently listen to your care needs and understand your unique situation, working meticulously to find the right caregiver for you. The process we follow has enabled us to develop truly rewarding and enriching partnerships...Learn More
The Services I Received Were Wonderful. They Also Assisted Me With Getting My VA Benefits. Thank You So Much!~ P. Spencer
I Have Been A Long Time Client And I Am Always Pleased With The Services I Get. Caregivers Are Great.~ J. Natale
My Aide Is An Angel And Has Been A Trusted Friend. The Agency Is Always Very Responsive.~ A. Gager
I'm Very Pleased With The Services Provided To My Family.~ Mrs F. Marshall
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