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Often, the term homecare is used to distinguish non-medical care or custodial care, which is care that is provided by persons who are not nurses, doctors, or other licensed medical personnel, whereas the term home health care, refers to care that is provided by such licensed personnel.

Directory of HomeCare Services
find the best home care in your local area
Homecare can refer to health care provided in the home by health care professionals (often referred to as home health care or formal care) or by family and friends (informal care). Estimates for the US indicate that most homecare is of the informal variety with families and friends providing substantial amounts of care, including very high tech kinds of care as well as simpler assistance with bathing or dressing.

Homecare is paid or unpaid assistance provided to a person with a chronic disability or illness, living in the community. It is provided by a clinical NetWork made up of members who care for patients in the home or who have special interest in promoting the development of homecare as a viable alternative to in-hospital care. 

Homecare is the provision of assistance to persons over the age of 16 in their home, according to an assessment of their needs. The assistance could be practical, financial (not advice), or help with day to day activities. This involves the provision of comprehensive care by community members, NGOs, Community Based Organizations (CBOs), health workers and family members. This type of care is complementary to the existing health care services. Homecare, also known as domiciliary care, is health care provided in the patient's home by healthcare professionals (often referred to as home health care or formal care; in the United States, it is known as skilled care) or by family and friends (also known as caregivers, or known as a primary caregiver, who give informal care).

This free directory features thousands of homecare service providers or facilities from across the U.S. and Canada. You will find contact information about each featured facility in your geographic location to aid you in choosing an one.

 Featured Home Care Services

ManorCare Health Services - Camp ...
Camp Hill, PA
Because We Care
Covington, GA
Personal Touch Home Care
The Julia Ruth House
Westwood, MA
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