Caring Nurses

Hourly or Live-In Homecare Services

Hourly or Live-In Homecare Services

We provide the following types of caregivers to be matched with our clients. Caregivers are available to work hourly shifts or as a live-in caregiver and provide the services listed below.

  • Home Health Aides (HHA)
  • Companions
  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) 
  • Registered Nurses (RN)
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
  • Live-Ins 


Personal Care:

Caregivers can help with Activities of Daily Living including bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, brushing teeth and other essential tasks.

Meal Prep:

Caregivers can help with grocery shopping, meal preparation, serving meals, cleaning up after and doing dishes (includes Preparation of Kosher Meals).

Light Housekeeping:

Provide help with household chores such as dusting, vacuuming, making bed, changing linens, washing and folding clothes, watering plants, taking out trash, etc.…


Companions can visit with clients to keep them company, attend concerts, go to movies, visit friends, play games or go with them to doctor’s appointments or beauty appointments.

Respite Care:

Allows family members or primary caregivers time away from their loved ones while having the peace of mind their loved one is being taken care of.

Private Duty Nursing Services:

Skilled Services that are required to be performed by a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) can allow your loved one to remain at home instead of going to a nursing home or hospital.  Services can be provided for short term or longer term depending on the needs of the patient.  Private Duty Nursing Services are skilled services that need to be provided by a licensed nurse and cannot be provided by a HHA or CNA. These services are usually not covered by medical insurance or are only covered for a short period of time and then family is expected to learn how to provide the services.  Often times the family is unable or uncomfortable doing so and prefer to hire a nurse for the safety of their loved one. This includes tube feeding administration, catheter changes, medication management, IV antibiotic administration and wound care.