Find In-Home Care That’s Right for You
In-home companion care helps seniors stay socially active and engaged, with activities and attention that help provide a richer, more fulfilling life.
When everyday living becomes more challenging, a little help can go a long way. It can make the difference in helping you or your loved one stay at home, where most of us are happiest.
Respite care provides the break you need to refresh and recharge – it’s a planned break from caregiving routines that still allows your loved one to be cared for at home, where they truly belong.
With CDPAP, we help you gain control over the care you receive. You can manage and schedule services directly with your personal assistant instead of through an agency, train your caregiver yourself or choose from our many training resources, and discontinue services provided by a caregiver if you need to.
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Utica, Rome, Camden, Oneida, Chittenango, Fayetteville, East Syracuse, Cazenovia, Taberg, Lee, Clinton, New Hartford, Sylvan Beach
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Why Home Helpers for In-Home Care?
Home Helpers In-Home Care Services is more than an in-home health care agency: we’re your extended family when family can’t be there. We’re a locally owned, trusted provider of quality, compassionate in-home care, and we customize our home care solutions to your unique situation for an affordable solution that keeps your loved one where they’re happiest: at home.
The Home Helpers Difference
- Free in-home consultation and assessment
- Comprehensive in-home care
- Affordable customized solutions
- Locally owned and operated
About Our Caregivers
- Extensive background checks
- Experienced, well-trained, and insured
- Caring and compassionate
- Chosen specifically for your loved one
What Our Clients Say
“Home Helpers approached our situation with personal care. They evaluated Mom, and together we put in place a plan with the flexibility we needed to keep our lives in balance. We also want to say that the people who they employ invest from a personal human care perspective with their clients.”– John P.