At Home Care Associates, we believe that quality employment means quality care.
At HCA, we are committed to providing you with quality health care assistance. Based on your specific needs, we pair you with the appropriate professional health care aide who is highly trained and who, as a member of a worker-owned coop, has a direct investment in the success of our company. This level of involvement and dedication results in superior service to our clients and their families.
At HCA, we provide trained, reliable home health care aides specifically chosen to meet your needs. Our employees not only receive extensive health care training but also have a direct interest in the success of our company. This level of dedication and committment equates to a higher level of service to our patients and their families.
Our home health care aides are committed to helping you or a loved one remain as independent as possible while providing a wide range of caring health care services. Our aides are trained to assist with all of your home health care needs and to provide services that are adaptable as your needs change over time. In addition to attending to medical needs, our aides are also capable of assisting with daily tasks and providing much needed support.
It is our priority it to ensure that you or your loved one receive the best medical care. Home Care Associates provides essential health related services including the monitoring of vital signs such as temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure. We offer guidance and assistance in the taking of medications and can work with you in communicating important health related information to your doctors and other health care providers.
Our aides and attendants are highly qualified to provide support in attending to a wide variety of personal needs. We assist with rehabilitative care and provide assistance with bathing, toileting, grooming and dressing in a compassionate and caring manner. We provide quality aid and support in addressing daily personal concerns.
As part of our offered health care services, we can assist in relieving some of the burden of everyday tasks and responsibilities. Popular offerings of assistance include meal preparation, the running of everyday errands and companionship and assistance while travelling to and from doctors’ appointments. We can also perform light housekeeping in order to facilitate a high standard of living and comfort during periods of care and rehabilitation.
Our industry leading recruitment and training program produces caring and highly qualified home health care aides. All new employees receiving a month of extensive training focused on building a full range of clinical, communication and essential problem solving skills. Our training program also includes specialized curriculum related to aging and the specific needs and care of the elderly. We are committed to supporting our employees which results in a feeling of job security and personal investment that has been proven to translate into higher quality care for our clients.
Contact us for a free consultation and to identify the appropriate home care aide to meet your needs.
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HCA Recognized for a Strong Commitment to Social and Environmental Issues
Home Care Associates and Founder/CEO Karen Kulp were recently highlighted in a featured list of standout women-run Certified B Corps. Compiled by non-profit B Lab and Corporate Knights, the list profiles women entrepreneurs demonstrating "drive and creativity" within the marketplace. Check out the entire list
HCA Celebrates 20 Years of Operation With Hugs.
Home Care Associates, a Philadelphia company which provides in-home care for more than 500 people each year celebrated 20 years of operation today with a group hug for its hardworking staffers.
Home Care Associates recognized its more than 250 home care aides today at the Shops at Liberty Place with citations from the City of Philadelphia and the governor of Pennsylvania, and with a hug to say “job well done.”
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