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V A CAREgivers

We understand that there are many times in life when someone is in need of care for a few hours or on a regular basis for an extended time. Trained caregivers are available to provide the assistance necessary from as little as four hours to as much as 24 hours. Find an office near you today.


V A Caregivers are dedicated to providing competent, compassionate, and cheerful care which will enhance the quality of life of its elderly clients. Our services are reliable, professional, timely and of superior quality, resulting in mutual gratification and appreciation by clients, clients’ families and V A Caregiver's caregivers alike.

Our Caregivers

It’s our mission to make sure that our clients feel comfortable. A large part of what we do to deliver that comfort and peace of mind is in our process for recruiting, screening, retaining our care professionals. From hiring and training to continuing education and beyond we take great care in ensuring we have some of the best caregivers in the industry.

What type of care do you need?

The demand for care at home for seniors loved-ones has increased significantly over the years. Although most in-home care is still provided by family and friends, many families are challenged when their loved ones live a long distance away, Or when their work and life circumstances prevent them from being the full- time caregiver that their loved one needs. In those situations, many people turn to home care agencies to provide care. As case coordinator at each office can work with you to understand your needs. You may have an idea of what non- medical in home care services you need help with today. But most clients are amazed at the variety of services that a caregiver can assist with to make you and your loved one more comfortable.

What is the difference of home care and home health care?

The terms “Home Health Care” and “Home Care” are used interchangeably. This type of care is given in the home under a doctor’s order. It is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care given in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. The goal of home health care is to treat an illness or injury, helping an individual to get better, regain independence, and become as self-sufficient as possible.

Home care is given by a non professional (home health aide, caregiver) generally, it help given to an individual to complete daily activities such as bathing, dressing, preparing meals, walking, etc. This type of care is not provided with the goal of helping someone heal from an illness or injury but to ensure daily activities are completed safety.

Home Health is a skilled service is only provided by trained professionals, for example skilled nursing, pain management and caring for wound care, skilled therapy care is required for the development of a home exercise program to recover from a hip replacement operation.

Personal Care Services

  • • Bath visits
  • • Shampoo
  • • Denture care
  • • Dressing/grooming
  • • Feeding
  • • Personal safety home evaluation
  • • Skin Care
  • • Change adult briefs
  • • Assist w/ commode
  • • Assist with active range of motion activities

Homemaking Care Services

  • • Meal planning/ Meal Preparation
  • • Cooking
  • • Serve Meals
  • • Wash Dishes
  • • Light Housekeeping ( vacuuming, dusting, cleaning client bathroom/kitchen)
  • • Personal laundry and lines
  • • Pet Care
  • • Plant Care
  • • Making/changing bed

Companion Care

  • • Conversation
  • • Reading
  • • Correspondence (communication w/family, providers)
  • • Social Engagement (arts, crafts, music, movies, cards, board games, story sharing)
  • • Gardening
  • • Appointment Reminders (assist w/ scheduling doctor appt’s)
  • • Home Projects

Paying for Home care services

When deciding the best type of care for you or your loved one, we understand that each care option comes with its own features and benefits. A cost for home care varies based on the breadth of services provided and numbers of hours required. With each care option ask the care coordinator to explain the differences.

Private Pay

To inquire about pricing, please call our office and we will be glad to provide you detailed information.
We also offer a membership program, call for details.

Veterans Benefits

Veterans Affairs Aid & Attendance Program offers families and individuals an addition method of meeting or reducing vital home care costs. For qualifying veterans and their spouses, the A&A Pension provides up to $1,758 per month to a veteran, and $1,130 per month to a surviving spouse or $2,085 per month to married couple. When applying for aid & Attendance claimants should write to the VA Regional office having jurisdiction of the claim. That would be the office where the claimant originally filed for pension benefits. If the regional office of jurisdictions is not known, the request can be filed with ANY VA regional office. Visit www.benefits.va.gov/benefits for more information. * Remember to include detailed copies of any evidence, preferable a report from attending physician validating the need for aid and attendance.