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Services

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Loving Home Care provides the community with compassionate caregivers who offer a variety services including companionship, assisting with personal hygiene (including bathing, toileting, dressing, shaving, and makeup), errands (including shopping), laundry, light housekeeping, homemaking, medication reminders, meal preparation, pet care, respite care, recreation, transportation, dementia care, facility private duty care, transitioning support, 24/7 live-in care, and assisting with hospice care.

We tailor our services to fit your needs, because that’s what we’d want for ourselves and the people that we love. It’s what drives us to be care providers. If you have a need that isn’t listed here, please reach out and we’ll work together to see if and how we can meet your needs. We even have multilingual caregivers who are able to help support care in a variety of languages. The most frequently requested language, aside from English of course, is currently French. 

Our Services

We only hire caregivers who believe that everyone deserves loving home care. It’s what we want for our families, and we’re sure you’ll want it for yours. Our most frequently requested services are:

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Companion Care

Companion care makes sure your loved one stays sharp has someone to talk to and interact with, and remains socialized.

Homemaking Care

Caregivers can assist with laundry, light housekeeping, and meal preparation.

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Hospice Care Support

Caregivers offer support and companionship during the final stages of an illness or condition with the primary focus on comfort.

Live-In/Overnight Care

A caregiver can be there to help through the night or live with your family full-time.

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Personal Care

Helping loved ones with more intimate personal tasks like bathing, dressing, hygiene, and more. Caregivers are experienced in understanding the personal nature of these types of support services.

Respite Care

Short-term care might be the perfect solution to preventing burnout as a family caregiver. Give yourself a break by bringing in a qualified care professional.

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Compansion Care

Dementia Care

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Explore Your New Home With  Our Members

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Respite Care

If you need a break from the demands of caring for your loved one, our caregivers can provide you the respite you deserve (for as little as four hours per day and at least one consistent day per week).

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Hospice Care

Certain conditions require specialized care and our caregivers are up for the challenge! Fully licensed and trained, we can meet all of your family member’s non-medical care needs. Whether your loved one has dementia, or another advanced illness, we have you covered.

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Impact Metrics

We understand that needing and accepting help can be difficult, especially for Vermonters. We enjoy working to maintain your dignity and independence by collaborating with you to meet your needs in the comfort of your home. Our goal is always to exceed your expectations.

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