North Chesterfield County, Richmond, VA 23234
If you’re in need of non-medical, in-home care, mobility assistance, light housekeeping, meal preparation, or a personal assistant, our team goes above and beyond to manage a variety of care services. Our clinical staff begins by evaluating each client to clarify each person’s individual needs so that we’re best able to understand and fulfill them. Our compassionate caregivers can also provide care to adults with disabilities and individuals in need of assistance with bathing, dressing, or grooming. Our goal is to make clients feel as comfortable, independent, and safe as possible while at home.
We do not discriminate at Quality Care @ Home — we treat all of our clients with dignity and respect. Whether you’re looking for short-term care, respite care, immediate care, or something long-term, our caregivers can provide stability throughout your journey. We also offer convenient on-site services, such as transportation to appointments, exercise classes, shopping, and more, in order to always help facilitate your connections.
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Quality Care @ Home stepped up to help when my mother-in-law was admited to hospice on a Friday afternoon. We were in need of overnite care so that my husband and I could get some sleep. A few larger agencies told me for sure they could help - in a month or so. For a hospice patient. [name removed] stepped up and worked over the weekend to get 10p.m. - 6a.m. care in place by Monday evening. With 2 kind, qualified care-givers. That's helping. That's Quality Care.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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