In-Home Care

Our In-Home Care Aides can help you or your loved one stay home, or to return home after an illness or injury 

“My home was left neat and tidy. My wife was positive both about your HCA’s arrival and with me leaving.”  ~ P. M.

HomeJoy’s In-Home Care

We help you stay home or return home after an illness or an injury.

Dedicated, Flexible, and Personalized Care

If an illness or injury threatens your ability to stay home we can help. Our Home Care Aides, HCA’s, work closely with our clients to provide the In-Home Care you need. We are available for a few hours, a few days a week, or full time up to 24 hours, 7 days a week. You stay in the comfort of your own home and we will provide the necessary services like personal care and homemaking.

Respite Care

When you’re a caregiver for someone who is unable to care for themselves it can be a heavy burden. It is important to plan time to take care of yourself. We can work on a schedule or cover your needs on a concierge basis. We realize that we can not replace you, but if you let our highly trained team fill in for you, then your social life and personal health will thank us later. 

Dementia Care

Having help to care for a loved one who has dementia is extremely important. Helping them live at home is our specialty. 24/7 care is available, but a few hours of care, at key times of the day, may be enough to create a safe environment for them.

Though each client is unique we believe it is important to prepare each HCA to provide a great service. Each of our staff go through training’s which include subjects like “The Aging Experience” and “Dealing with Difficult Behaviors” and more. 

Types of Services We Provide


Personal Care

  • Bathing, Dressing, and Toileting
  • Transfers (Assistance in/out of seated position)
  • Ambulation (Walking assistance)
  • Feeding
  • Range of motion exercise


  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal prep
  • Laundry
  • Pet assistance
  • Errands


  • Memory care
  • Medication reminders
  • Social assistance
  • Reminiscing


We supervise our home care aides, so you don’t have to feel uncomfortable doing that. We just ask that you communicate with us when you have a concern. To support this process we visit our clients regularly. Both our office staff and a Registered Nurse make visits to write and/or update the Care Plan. They are also responsible for the training and education of your Home Care Aide.

Indicators that In-Home Care may be right for a patient or loved one

1. You see signs they are not eating well.
2. Mail is piling up and bills are unpaid.
3. An unusual odor is noticed when entering the home.
4. Common for important things to become lost.
5. Making excuses for missing appointments.

More indicators that In-Home Care assistance is needed

6. Takes a few tries to stand from sitting. 
7. Medication dispenser is not empty at end of the week. 
8. Unexplainable weight lost or gained.
9. Bruises that can’t seem to be explained or are too embarrassing to explain.
10. The doctor does not advise living alone. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is In-Home Care?

It has been known in the past as Private Duty Home Care, Eldercare, or Senior Care. This service is designed to meet the needs of a person who needs help managing at home.


Can you help someone with dementia to continue to live in their own home?

Yes. Helping them live at home is our specialty. 24/7 care is available, but a few hours of care, at key times of the day, may be enough to create a safe environment.


Will I have the same Home Care Aide each time?

Yes. If the schedule you request is a consistent one, then our staffing should be consistent also.


Can I ask for a different Home Care Aide?

Yes. Matching a Home Care Aide’s personality, skills and availability to your need as a client can be difficult. If you are uncomfortable for any reason, you may request a change.


How do I get started?

Call and schedule a free home conference. We will review your need for care and safety as well as take time to review necessary forms and obtain signatures.


How long will it take till a Home Care Aide can begin making visits?

We ask for 48 hours notice for us to schedule work, but we can often start work on short notice. Just ask!


Can I trust your Home Care Aide in my home?

We do background, reference checks, and drug tests as well as holding liability insurances for all of our employees. Tremendous effort is put into vetting all of our workers before hiring them.