We Strive To Give You Hope When Hope Seems Lost

Hope and Freedom Home Care is bonded, insured and licensed. All of our in-home care providers are extremely understanding, skilled and experienced in caring for the disable, elderly and sick young and old. We carefully screen our staff with extensive background checks, drug test and reference checks. Your loved ones deserve to have all the comforts of home and that’s exactly where we want to keep them. Our caregivers are thoroughly screened. All employees must pass National Background checks, drug testing, and reference checks. We provide all services from 2 to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

Our caregivers receive ongoing specialized training in Alzheimer's and dementia, and activities of daily living. Hope and Freedom Home Care attract and retain the finest caregivers by offering great incentives. Caregiver’s attendance and punctuality with clients are closely monitored by an automated telephone program. We have partnered with the Institute for Professional Care Education or IPCed – an industry leader in health care training and certifications to provide our caregivers with the highest standard of training and education.

Types of Care

Personal Care Services

Non-Medical Home Care Services

Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

Non-Skilled Pediatric Care

Companion Services

Respite Services

Hope and Freedom Caregiver Duties

We at Hope and Freedom Home Care, LLC are dedicated to helping your loved one stay at home while getting the best care that they deserve. We offer services around the clock to fit the needs of you and your loved ones. We offer two, six, eight, and twelve hour shifts. We want to ensure you that your family feels safe and secure; from companionship, respite and nursing care we are here for you. So please let us help you to ease your mind in knowing that your loved one is receiving the best of the best in Home Care.

  • Assisting with Mobility
  • Pet Care Assistance
  • Dementia and Alzheimer's Care
  • Companion Care Services
  • Assistance with getting into and out of bed
  • Medication and Errand Reminders
  • Monitoring Vitals
  • Assistance with bathing and getting dressed
  • Assistance with bed linens and light Housekeeping Services
  • Meal Plannning and Servicing
  • Help keeping up with current events
  • Reading to the client
  • Walks through the neighborhood and/or local parks
  • Transportation to doctor's appointments