Home Care Assistance Agency Provides Bi-lingual Personal Care Aide in DMV area

Home Care Assistance Agency is Bonded, Licensed, Insured, and Registered with professional aide mostly bi-lingual, to ensure your loved ones' care is not limited due to the language barrier.

Woodbridge, United States - February 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Home Care Assistance Agency is a local home care assistance agency in DMV area, that provides the best senior care at home with safety and total reliability to mostly bi-lingual families. They are committed to all of the communities they proudly serve, to promote better and healthier lives.

A majority of seniors probably want to live at home for as long as possible. They like their feeling of independence. Senior care at home is healthcare and/or personal care support that’s provided in-home. It is designed to delay or prevent moving to a nursing home or assisted living center. The thought of paying for an assisted living facility makes one’s heart flutter. But there are some activities of daily living that can become difficult for some seniors. In-home personal assistance for elderly provides seniors with home health care, non-medical care and even companionship.

Seniors keep their independence and their house, and Home Care Assistance Agency’s in-home care professionals come to them. As with all Home Care Assistance Agency’s services, they seek to maintain a high level of personal dignity and respect for the client at all times. From helping with meals and mobility to personal care and errands, their in-home personal assistance for elderly lends a helping hand.

With in-home personal assistance for elderly, seniors are able to remain as independent as they can be. Some seniors or their loved ones seek assistance with senior care at home from family members or friends. When this is not appropriate, professional senior care at home is often the right option. The amount of time that a senior receives senior home care varies, ranging from a few hours a day, to 24-hour care.

Home Care Assistance Agency’s senior care at home lets loved ones enjoy healthy lives in the comfort of a familiar environment. They tailor their care to every client’s unique situation. For them your business is personal. They strive to ensure a professional and superior home health care experience to each and every client, their family, and friends.

Whether you’re nearby or miles away, you can be confident that Home Care Assistance Agency will care for your family like it’s their own. Their compassionate and reliable home care services help keep seniors safe and independent wherever they call home. There’s also free coverage for qualified Medicaid recipients. Home Care Assistance Agency is credentialed and serve clients from Medicaid and FAMIS, Aetna Better Health of Virginia, Anthem Health Keepers Plus, Virginia Premier, and Optima Health Family Care.

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Contact Info:
Name: FaReed
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Organization: Home Care Assistance Agency
Address: 1401 F St, Woodbridge, VA 22191, United States
Phone: +1-571-310-1880
Website: https://homecareassistanceagency.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946652

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