At Home Care Associates, we believe that quality jobs means quality care.
We are committed to providing you and your family with top quality home health care. We match you with a professional aide who is highly trained and focused on meeting your needs. As a worker-owned coop, our home health aides are invested in the well being of our clients and in delivering personal and superior care.
Determining the right level of care for a loved one can be difficult. Bringing in a professional, trained home care assistant can alleviate the added stress for families serving as primary caregivers. Our services range from one-time respite or post-surgery support to regularly scheduled visits including comprehensive care programs.
Our home care aides are qualified to monitor vital signs, assist with medications and facilitate visits to medical appointments. Each of our aides possess the training, skills and knowledge to ensure that the appropriate level of care is administered and that your loved one’s needs are being fully met.
HCA home care aides actively support rehabilitative care programs and provide assistance with bathing, toileting, grooming and dressing. We strive to create comfortable and healing surroundings for you and your loved one. Along with attending to health related matters, our aides and atttendants also help with preparing meals, running daily errands and performing light housekeeping and chores.
At HCA, we screen hundreds of applicants on a regular basis and select only those individuals who possess the skills and experience to meet our high standards. We have earned the reputation as a company that actively supports our employees which results in a higher level of care and commitment to our clients and their families. Our home health aide training program provides our caregivers with the resources and tools to serve as leading professionals within the homecare field.
In-home care offers a more manageable and effective care program as well as an invaluable support system for the whole family. It is an affordable option in making sure that your needs and the needs of your loved one are being met in a personalized and caring manner.
Contact us to set up your free consultation and our specialist will help you find a home care aide to meet your needs. Our caregivers are carefully matched with each individual
Home Health Care in the News
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Home Care Aides to Express Views about the Job through Photovoice Project
On an icy cold Saturday on January 10 in Philadelphia, seven home care workers from Home Care Associates attended an all-day workshop to kick off a Photovoice project.
Photovoice is a form of “action research” in which participants express their point of view through photography, explained Amy Russo, a Sarah Lawrence College graduate student who is facilitating the group project at HCA.
HCA Honored for Creating Higher Quality Jobs Serving a Higher Purpose.
In recognition for its dedication to creating quality jobs in the home health industry, HCA was honored by B Lab as a ‘Best for Workers’ business. This designation is based on an analysis of various metrics including compensation and benefits, health and wellness programs, professional development, corporate culture and ownership opportunities.
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Home Care Associates featured in latest episode of PBS Newshour.
A recent episode of PBS’ show Newshour had a piece on long-term care that featured HCA – The episode interviewed Karen Kulp and Louasa Grant-Morrow for their take on where the long-term care industry currently stands, and where it could be headed in the future.
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.
HCA recognized its more than 250 home health 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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