True Care
Home Health Aides (HHA)

We all value our independence. That’s just one reason that health events like illness and injury can be so frightening; we don’t want to give up the lives we love just because we need extra help at home. That’s where True Care Caregivers (also known as Home Health Aides, HHAs) can step in.


Curious About What A Home Health Aide Does?

Caregivers play an integral role in home care. Caregivers can help people of all ages, including those with disabilities or chronic illnesses, by providing personal care services in the comfort of their homes. They help people remain independent for as long as possible by providing assistance with daily activities, and reducing stress and worry for family members and friends who are helping with their care.

True Care staffs an extensive team of certified, highly trained Caregivers who tend to clients’ every personal care need. Our Caregivers go beyond traditional home care by centering our home care experience around building meaningful relationships with each client. Our Caregivers truly come to know and understand you.


Who Are HHAs?

When you or your loved one needs trustworthy and professional care, True Care’s devoted and steadfast Caregivers bring the caring home. We provide the assistance needed for safe, dignified, independent living in the comfort of our clients’ homes.

Caregivers (also known as certified Home Health Aides) can assist with a range of non-medical tasks that are essential to safe, secure, and satisfying life at home, including bathing, mobility, feeding, and personal hygiene. Our Caregivers are trained and selected not only for their ability to support clients with necessary tasks, but for their warm and caring demeanor. This way, True Care ensures that all our clients receive the kindness and care they deserve.

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We Can Go With You To:

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Religious-services Religious Services

Family-events Family Events

Grocery-shopping Grocery Shopping

Social-activities Social Activities

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

Bathing Bathing

Grooming Grooming

Dressing Dressing

Light-housekeeping Light Housekeeping

Meal-preparation Meal Preparation

Laundry Laundry

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    Client Testimonials

    “Front desk is really helpful and they take their time to listen to your problem, they have empathy for the aides. I love to work with the agency”

    Lola A.

    “My experience is great with them. They take care of me and are very attentive to my needs.”

    Viola A

    “I am very satisfied with true care. My home attendant is very helpful and patient. She has basically become like family.”

    Katherine A

    “I love this home care. My grandma has been with this agency for the past 7 years and she never had a problem/ bad experience. They always prompt on substitutes if needed or any updates that are happening at the agency. ”

    V. S.

    True Care really does care about their clients. It’s taken a little while to get to the aid that I currently have but she’s irreplaceable and hard working. Everyone I’ve had the pleasure of speaking to is professional and kind. I’m very thankful that we found this agency because there are a lot of Home Care agencies out there but very few that really care, consider their clients and ultimately want what’s best for them.

    Julia D

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is a home health aide?

    A home health aide (HHA) is a trained caregiver who provides assistance to individuals in their own homes. They help with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, grooming, meal preparation, medication reminders, and light housekeeping. HHAs may also provide companionship and emotional support to clients.

    How do I hire a home health aide?

    To hire a home health aide, you can start by contacting a home care agency that provides these services. They will typically have a pool of trained HHAs available for you to choose from. You can discuss your specific needs and preferences with the agency, and they will help match you with an aide who best fits your requirements. It is important to check the qualifications, experience, and background of any potential home health aide before making a final decision.

    Can I choose my home health aide?

    Yes, in many cases, you have the option to choose your home health aide. Some agencies allow you to interview and select the caregiver you feel comfortable with. This helps to establish a bond and trust between the client and the aide. However, if you are receiving services through a program like the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP), you have more control over selecting and hiring your own caregiver, even if they are a family member or friend.

    Does insurance cover home health aide services?

    The coverage for home health aide services varies depending on the type of insurance you have. In some cases, Medicare may cover home health aide services if they are deemed medically necessary by a healthcare professional and provided by a certified agency. Medicaid may also cover home health aide services for eligible individuals. Additionally, private health insurance policies may offer coverage for home health aide services, but it is important to check with your specific insurance provider to understand what is covered.

    Can a home health aide administer medications?

    Yes, home health aides can assist with medication reminders and help clients take their prescribed medications. However, it’s important to note that HHAs are not licensed to administer certain medications, such as injections or controlled substances. In such cases, a licensed nurse or healthcare professional may need to be involved. It’s crucial to communicate your medication needs and ask the agency or caregiver about their qualifications and any limitations they may have in administering medications.

    Please note that these answers are general and may vary depending on specific circumstances, insurance coverage, and state regulations. It’s always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or agency for personalized and accurate information regarding home health aide services.

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