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Home Health Care Services

Belvedere Home Care helps loved ones stay at home longer by offering a wide spectrum of home health services to people who may be homebound because of chronic illness, life-limiting illness, physical or developmental disabilities, or short-term health issues such as recovery from surgery.

The Belvedere caregiver team includes nurses, personal care aides and home health aides who are members of our local communities and truly care about the people they care for every day. Our caregivers are specially trained to deal with a broad variety of home care and medical treatment our clients need.

Unlike most individual or “freelance” caregivers, a Belvedere caregiver has been through a rigorous screening process and full background check. They are bonded, insured and accountable to Belvedere’s high standards of care and ethics. Belvedere also provides our caregivers with Worker’s Compensation coverage in case they are injured in your home. An individual caregiver may not have this extra layer of protection for the families they serve.

Our caregivers can provide specialized medical care and therapies, ongoing health monitoring, and even light housekeeping. We work with each client’s healthcare team and keep their families informed about their progress and condition.

Families can feel safe and secure knowing their loved one is in the care of a highly trained, trustworthy and compassionate professional caregiver.

Belvedere Home Care supports all aspects of a person’s life.

From bathing to housekeeping to pet care, we can manage it all. We share a commitment to make sure all of your needs are addressed so you can remain in your home and be in the community.

We provide RN oversight on every case and guarantee back up coverage.

Our home care team members

  • Complete a criminal history record check before working
  • Are matched to your needs
  • Are available 24/7
  • Are insured and bonded
  • Are knowledgeable and specially trained to care for your needs, including special training to help those with cognitive challenges including:
    • Alzheimer’s Disease
    • Dementia
    • Stroke