We Provide Continuous Care

Full-Service Health Care at Your Door

To better serve our patients, Accessible Home Health Care is a full-service provider. That means our caregivers can assist you and your family at any stage of life, from prenatal to senior care. We provide all levels and types of in home care, including medical to non-medical. Our care schedules are flexible, allowing you the choice between companion visitation, complete around-the-clock nursing services, or a combination of both. To further serve you, our partner providers can assist with medical in home care equipment and pharmacy requirements. Below is an overview of services we offer:

Customized Care Plans

We offer services for Alzheimer’s, Memory Loss, Dementia, Parkinson’s, and more, from prenatal to senior care, to fit your family’s needs.

Affordable Care

Whether your situation requires affordable hourly companion visits, a live-in caregiver, or a combination of both, we will work with you so your loved one receives the necessary level of care.

Dedicated Caregivers

Our group of professional in home caregivers are ready to deliver in home care services to your door 24/7.

Plans Change, We Understand

As a full-service provider, Accessible Home Health Care will remain your in home care provider as long as your family requires. Your loved one’s needs might change over time and we can customize their in home health care plan to increase or decrease the amount of services needed. No matter what happens, we’re here to work with you in order to provide the compassionate care your loved one deserves.

Have an Emergency? We’ll Be There

Providing compassionate care means being prepared for any scenario. Our Emergency Management Response Plan is inclusive, and our caregivers are ready to report and respond to a variety of emergency situations. When you and your family need help the most, our objective is to ensure our patients’ safety and continue providing in home care during and after emergencies. Our Emergency Management Response Plan covers, but is not limited to:

  1. Power outages
  2. Bomb Threats
  1. Medical emergencies
  2. Natural disasters
  1. Gas leaks
  2. Civil disorder