At Home Care Associates, We Believe Quality Employment Means Quality Care
We provide our employees with a viable, rewarding workplace resulting in a higher level of care for our clients.
Determining the level of in-home care for a loved one can be a daunting process but, the good news is that you are not alone. We can provide assistance by assessing your loved one’s specific needs and developing a care program that makes sense for you and your family.
We will match you with one of our qualified aides who can provide a wide range of services ranging from tending to basic medical requirements to assisting with daily routines all within the comforts of the home environment.
Each of our aides completes our award-winning training program and are fully qualified to support primary caregivers and their families on a temporary or ongoing basis. They can tend to a loved one’s basic needs including checking vital signs, administering medications and assisting with travel to medical appointments. We can also lend a helping hand with everyday activities including dressing, grooming and using the bathroom.
Our aides can also assist in creating a comfortable and healing environment by preparing meals, running daily errands and completing light housekeeping chores. They can provide caring companionship and peace of mind that your loved one is receiving the attention and assistance they need within the safety of their own home.
In-home care is an affordable option in ensuring that the needs of an elderly parent or loved one are being met in a personalized and compassionate manner.
With HCA, you can trust that we are delivering professional, caring services that make a difference. As a worker-owned co-op, our caregivers are committed to providing the best in-home care available in the Philadelphia region.
Contact us today to arrange your free in-home care assessment and to learn more about the benefits of in-home health care and companion services.
Home Health Care in the News
Stay informed on the latest events and happenings with HCA and the Home Health Care industry as a whole. View our links below for important news and updates.
Community HealthChoices is Coming to Philadelphia in January 2019
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services is committed to supporting opportunities for seniors and individuals with disabilities to remain in their home. Community HealthChoices is Pennsylvania’s mandatory managed care program for individuals over the age of 21 who have both Medicare and Medicaid and individuals with physical disabilities. It aims to provide support within communities rather than facilities to promote an overall better quality of life for hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians.
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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 Receives “Best for the World” designation from B-Lab
Each year the non-profit B Lab recognizes companies that strive to serve as a positive force in the world. HCA was honored to be named one of the 2016 Best for the World companies for its continual commitment to creating a quality workplace within the home care industry. Following a thorough assessment process, HCA was recognized for accomplishments in the areas of compensation and benefits, health and wellness programs, professional development, corporate culture and ownership opportunities.
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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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