Home Care

We Put Your Family First in Home Care 

Home care is our passion and for over 25 years, we have taken pride in providing our clients in Montgomery County and the surrounding area with excellent home care services by highly trained, trustworthy and compassionate caregivers.

Choosing a home care provider may prove to be a difficult task. There are many options available, selecting the right fit for your family may be challenging. We can help. Our caregivers are licensed and certified through the Maryland Board of Nursing.

We Put Your Family First in Home Care


Our caregivers are hired, vetted and trained to provide the best in-home care to meet our client’s needs and support you or your family. Our caregivers are professionals, reliable and trustworthy.

Our Director of Nursing has oversight and when needs change, we re-assess those changes and change the care as appropriate. We are flexible and adaptable.

Here are some of our Assisted Daily Living support services:

  • Bathing
  • Companionship
  • Dressing
  • Exercises
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Housekeeping & Laundry
  • Incontinence Care
  • Live-in Support
  • Meal Prep
  • Medication Reminders
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Range of Motion
  • Safety & Healthy Environment
  • Special Needs
  • Transportation & Appointment Escorts

In addition, we can support you or your family member with:

  • Care Coordination
  • Home Management
  • Heavy & Mid-Level Housekeeping
  • Handyman & Home Repair
  • Decluttering
  • Hoarding Remediation
  • Landscaping
  • If you do not see what you are looking for on this list, please ask us, we may be able to help (call 301- 740-8870)

We can provide a few hours a day, or 24 hours around-the-clock-care if needed. Many of our clients start with just a few hours to develop a relationship. Then, when more care is needed,  we are here and ready to assist you and your family. Our caregivers can be the familiar face that you or your loved one know– someone who will be there to help support the immediate family, so there is no worry.  Depending on your situation, we can be there as little or as much as needed.

Ask about our complimentary training program for caregivers which allows 1-2 hours in the rehab clinic with a PT or OT to learn the in-home care plan to support our clients.

We can provide care on many different levels for you or your loved one. And, when around the clock care is needed, we are here for you.

24-hour care may be needed after an emergency situation when a person has recently been hospitalized or has stayed in a rehabilitation facility after a bone fracture, stroke, or heart attack.

When changes come more gradually, there are signs that can help family and friends recognize that an older adult needs 24 hour care.

Here are some of the indicators

  • Frequent falls
  • Dehydration and fainting
  • Difficulty eating or drinking without help
  • Wandering from home, by foot or in a vehicle, and getting lost or confused
  • Becoming confused or anxious by short absences of family, friends, or caregivers
  • Confusing nighttime with daytime, frequent waking in the middle of the night, or becoming agitated in the dark
  • New or increased bathroom accidents

One of the most common and painful indicators of the need for 24/7 care comes when family or friends are afraid to leave the older person alone at night. At this point, the family and friends are tending to the older person’s needs and neglecting their own good health.

A professional home caregiver can change all of this. All are trained to assist with Activities of Daily Living (see above). Additionally, there are memory care trained caregivers who focus on patients with changing cognition. These caregivers are trained to calm older people who may become agitated because they have lost their sense of time and place, help avoid kitchen or bathing accidents, help prevent dehydration, fainting and falls, as well as implement best practices to reduce infections through a 24-hour care regimen.

Caregivers provide:

  • A routine and schedule for our clients that is both familiar and comfortable;
  • Help with Activities of Daily Living by running errands, shopping for groceries, tidying up the house,
    doing the laundry and taking the client to doctor appointments
  • Assistance with Personal Hygiene/Self-Care: bathing/hair washing, dressing, toileting and grooming
  • Additional Support for: medication reminders, meal prep and exercise

It’s Time To Leave The Hospital. Avoid Readmission with Home Care.

It’s time to go home, now what?

Who’s going to pick up the prescriptions, do the grocery shopping, fix the meals, help you bathe, dress, or change the bedding after discharge? CarePlus is here to help.

We can help you create a plan so that you are prepared when you leave the hospital. A good plan can help: avoid medication errors, reduce the risk of recurring infections and prevent falls. CarePlus can provide support with follow up visits to doctors, new medication regimens and develop a phone log for emergencies.

Our 72 Hour Plus Discharge Program provides a personal caregiver for up to 6 hours each day for the first 3 days post-surgery with nursing (RN) oversight by providing:

Assistance carrying out discharge instructions

  • Prescription pick-up
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation to doctor appointments
  • Grocery shopping
  • Meal preparation
  • Laundry & light housekeeping
  • Range of motion exercises

We support families with hospital discharge- we know how to respond quickly and create a plan call us today at (301) 740-8870 or email us to discuss your needs.

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