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Find A Caregiver

The Caregiver Agency Directory in this portal may offer a resource for you to learn more about the services of nursing and caregiver agencies, including:

Nurses and Caregivers offer a wealth of assistance. These support persons may be indispensable for those in need and their families.  Caregivers are dedicated to assisting with daily living skills, such as, bathing, feeding, dressing, dental hygiene, and hair dressing.  Adjuncts to caregiver assistance or nursing care may include rehabilitative services, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy and/or speech therapy.  The options for Rehabilitation and Assisted Living may be full encompassing, including:

  • Post-Surgery Care
  •  In Hospital Support
  •  Geriatric Care Management
  •  At Home Nursing Care
  •  Live-In Care Attendant
  •  Home Care Personal Attendant Services for Daily Living Skills (ADL’s)
  •  Senior Companion   
  •  Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
  •  Parkinson’s Disease Care
  •  Hospice Care
  •  Cancer Support
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Select medical conditions may be less likely to fully recover from. For this reason, you want wish to investigate long term care policies to assist with daily living skills should the need arise. It is important to seek out reputable caregiver agencies; be familiar with credentials; and ensure that the agency meets the highest standards.   The directory in Your Health Access offers an opportunity to learn about sponsors who have supported our goals to offer information about their offerings and what you need to know before selecting a caregiver agency. You may also find listings here by clicking on the area that relates to your need in other areas.

It is wise to consult with the physician of your choice as soon as possible regarding any health concern.  A delayed professional diagnosis and treatment plan with a physician may compromise quality outcomes. If you have an emergent situation, it is best to contact 911 immediately, ask which hospital they plan to route you to for your condition, inquire about how long it will take for an ambulance to arrive, and request the support of a friend or loved one to research information about emergency medicine and the specific health care concern you are addressing, if you can. None of the information on this website is meant to diagnose or treat a medical condition nor is it a substitute for a consultation with a physician. Your Health Access disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information.