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If you or a loved one wants to age in the comfort of your own home, home care in Birmingham, AL can offer personal assistance in a familiar setting. Whether an older adult needs more basic elderly home care services in Birmingham – like help with housekeeping, cooking, and transportation – or requires medical care, A Place for Mom can help.

Find the best home care agencies in Birmingham to meet your loved one’s unique care needs, from weekly companionship to Birmingham home hospice care. Personalized home care in Birmingham can reduce caregiver stress, curb senior loneliness, and make daily life easier for older adults. With 40 options for accredited home care in Birmingham, AL, we’ll find the right caregiver for your relative.

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Solutions Therapy Svc

3475 Brent Dr, Birmingham, AL 35243

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Coram Healthcare

400 Riverhills Business # 435, Birmingham, AL 35242

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Trinity's Loving Hands Home Care - Birmingham, AL

1430 Gadsden Hwy STE 116-622, Birmingham, AL 35235

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Elect Home Care

3 Riverchase Office Plz # 124, Birmingham, AL 35244

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Nursing Solutions Inc

151 Narrows Dr # 109, Birmingham, AL 35242

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Comfort Keepers of Birmingham

13521 Old Highway 280 Suite 153, Birmingham, AL 35242

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We Are Comfort Keepers™ Our Family Is Here To Give Comfort To Your Family. Nothing is more important than helping people to live independent and dignified lives within the comfort of their own homes. Comfort Keepers is dedicated to providing the kind of non-medical in-home care that helps to...

All Saints Home Health Care - Montevallo, AL

205 Graham Street, Montevallo, AL 35115

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All Saints Home Health Care provides home health care service to people of all ages in Birmingham, Alabama, and throughout the state and any number of other services, we're prepared to assist you. Many individuals find themselves discharged from the hospital or rehab but still in need of help. We...

Preferred Care at Home of Greater Birmingham

3584 Highway 31 South Ste 230, Pelham, AL 35124

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Complete Nursing Service, Inc

5001 JVC Road, Cottondale, AL 35453

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Complete Nursing Service was organized in September 1993, and is dedicated to providing professional nursing services to our clients.Our purpose is to deliver high quality care in a compassionate manner...thereby providing the highest quality of life for our clients.

Able Home Health

527 Fieldstown Rd, Gardendale, AL 35071

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Lincare Holdings

252 Cahaba Valley Pkwy N, Pelham, AL 35124

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Comfort Care Home Health Svc

1249 Montevallo Rd, Alabaster, AL 35007

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Soleus Healthcare Svc

52 N Walston Bridge Rd # 100, Jasper, AL 35504

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Community Home Health

17035 Highway 11 N, Vance, AL 35490

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Visiting Angels

206 3rd St. SE, Cullman, AL 35055

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Northwood Care, LLC

1900 Rice Mine Rd. Apt 802, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406

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Gentle Care LLC

4200 McFarland Blvd 1321, Northport, AL 35476

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Always There In-Home Care

1209 Lurleen B Wallace Blvd, Northport, AL 35476

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DCH Home Health Care Agency

1401 Greensboro Ave, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

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Cornerstone Caregiving - Tuscaloosa

3101 Main Ave Ste A, Northport, AL 35476

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What is home care?

Home care may be the right fit for seniors who want to age in place, but who would benefit from companionship, housekeeping, and help with some activities of daily living (ADLs). Home care is broad and personalized to each senior’s needs. In general, home caregivers may provide:

  • Help with personal care
  • Housekeeping
  • Mobility assistance
  • Laundry
  • Complimentary transportation
  • Nutritious meals
  • Incontinence care and toileting
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Learn More about Home Care in Birmingham, AL


Home care, or in-home care, is a service which offers compassion and help to seniors who need assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and wish to remain in their homes. Levels of care vary according to need, and can include companionship, meal prep, cleaning, transportation, and help with ADLs like bathing and dressing. Home care aides are trained to understand the nuances of senior care but generally aren’t licensed to provide medical services.

Cost of Home Care Services in Birmingham, AL

The median monthly cost of in-home care is about $3,623 in Birmingham, and $6,783 in the state of Alabama, according to Genworth.

A Place for Mom’s local Senior Living Advisors can help find the right home care provider in Birmingham for you or your loved one.

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Cost of Living in Birmingham, AL

The city of Birmingham is considered to be more affordable than the average city in the United states. All index ratings are based on a scale where 100 is equivalent to the national average.

Cost-of-living index Grocery index Health care Median rent Rent burden Median home value Median family income Estate tax
79 90 100 $776 19.5% $87,783 $33,770 No estate tax or inheritance tax



Local Hospitals


The proximity of quality medical communities to a living destination can be an important deciding factor for many seniors. Birmingham, Alabama is a metropolitan area and offers many options for medical care. Some of the top communities that serve the city include:

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital – Founded in 1945, UAB Hospital serves as the teaching hospital for the UAB School of Medicine and was rated the number one hospital in Birmingham by U.S. News and World Report. A 1,157-bed community and a Level 1 Trauma Center, UAB Hospital is also the second largest employer in the state. The hospital has been highly regarded in various procedures, many of which rank among the best of their kind in the country.
  • Princeton Baptist Medical Center – Princeton Baptist Medical Center is a 505-bed hospital community which serves over 50,000 patients a year. Princeton Baptist offers primary and emergency care, and specializes in a variety of fields including cardiology, stroke, orthopedics, and mental health.
  • St. Vincent’s Birmingham – Operating under the faith-based Ascension Healthcare organization, St. Vincent’s Birmingham is an acute care community featuring 409 beds and all private rooms. St. Vincent’s Birmingham was founded in 1898 and continues to provide speciality care in fields such as oncology, cardiology, and neurological treatment.



Weather and Climate


Birmingham has a humid subtropical climate. On average, the humidity level for Birmingham is roughly 70%. Humidity levels are highest during the month of July at about 73%. Humid subtropical regions are usually characterized by hot, humid summers and mild-to-cool winters.

Seasonal Temperatures

Average summer temp Typical summer high Typical summer low Average winter temp Typical winter high Typical winter low
81°F 91°F (July) 70°F (July) 48°F 59°F (February) 35°F (January)


Air Quality

Average air quality index rating Average maximum air quality index rating
55 (Moderate) 70 in the month of June (Moderate)

The average air quality conditions are rated as moderate. This means that those who are unusually sensitive should consider limiting the amount of time spent on outdoor exertion.


Average monthly precipitation Average maximum monthly precipitation Average yearly snowfall
5” 6” (July) 1”



Demographics and Values


Located in the north central section of the state, Birmingham is Alabama’s largest city, with a metro area population of over 1 million residents. Birmingham is considered to be a fairly young city with a median age of 35, as well as having a relatively low average home cost has made the region one of the fastest growing destinations for millennials in recent times. The city is also home to more per-capita green space than any other similarly-sized city in the United States.

Birmingham has one of the highest concentrations of health care jobs in the country, and is playing a major role as an up-and-coming tech hub of the Southeast. While the political leanings of the state lean safely conservative, those of the county and city tend closer to the center and occasionally slightly left of center. In the last 3 presidential elections Jefferson County voted Democratic, although the county voted Republican in the two elections prior.

2016 Presidential Election

Voted Democratic Voted Republican Voted Third Party
51.57% 44.30% 4.13%


Population Statistics

Population metro area Population city proper Population density Population trend
1,151,801 209, 880 556 people per square mile Shrinking at a rate of -0.51%



Median 55+ 60+ 70+ 80+
36 27% 11% 6% 4%


Highest Level of Education

High-school diploma College degree Graduate degree
29% 26% 10%


Race & Ethnicity

Asian Black Hispanic Native American Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian White Two or more
6.9% 70.5% 3.7% 0.2% <1% 23.4% 1.3%



Total crimes Property crimes per 1,000 citizens Violent crimes per 1,000 citizens
15,014 59 12



Unemployed Participate in the labor force Have some form of disability Live in poverty Widows Veterans
11% 60% 18% 28% 7% 8%

Birmingham is considered very friendly to members of the LGBTQ+ community. This means that members of the community are accepted by the general public and can actively participate in public life without fear of bigotry.


Arts, Culture, Entertainment, and Recreation


The city of Birmingham has a rich history and there are many important sites and landmarks that reflect its storied past. Birmingham’s status as a former industrial hub can be experienced through a visit to the Sloss Furnaces, a national historic landmark, once the largest iron manufacturer in the world. Built in the late 1800s and operating for almost a century, the Sloss Furnaces played a large role in the development of the city. The furnaces now feature a dedicated museum, as well as scheduled events and concerts throughout the year.

Kelly Ingram Park, a site integral to the civil rights movement, is another of Birmingham’s significant historical locations. The park features statues of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as well as other celebrated civil rights figures, along with sculptures dedicated to the movement’s history.

Birmingham’s Vulcan Park and Museum features the largest cast-iron sculpture in the world: a towering representation of Vulcan, the Roman god, created in 1904 as a tribute to the city’s role in the iron industry. The park features 10 acres of green space as well as an interactive history museum with rotating events.

Baseball fans take note, Birmingham holds an important place in the history of the sport — the oldest professional baseball stadium, Rickwood Field, is located in the city. The stadium was built in 1910 for the Birmingham Barons and continues to be used today for amateur and semi-pro games, as well as hosting “throwback” events in the so-called “Rickwood Classic,” with players wearing period uniforms and honoring different eras of the sport.

For a true taste of the American South, be sure not to miss Birmingham’s annual BBQ & Blues festival, a charity event hosted by Bob Sykes Bar-B-Q, an Alabama staple. The festival happens once a year and is a day-long celebration of barbecue cooking and blues music, featuring both local and national performers.


The Birmingham public bus system is known as MAX transit and provides transportation around the city during convenient hours throughout the day. Senior discounts, often as much as 50% off, are offered to those 62 and above.

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