We currently work with the following insurance company's and looking forward to expanding:

  • Humana (Medicaid LTC)
  • Sunshine Health (Medicaid LTC)
  • United Healthcare (Medicaid LTC)
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • StayWell (Medicaid LTC)
  • Florida Community Care (Medicaid LTC)
  • Private Pay

Caregivers are carefully selected and qualified to exceed our clients expectations and are required to provide the following:

  • State of Florida License and/or Certificate (RN, LPN, CNA, or 40hr HHA training certificate)
  • Liability insurance (recommended)
  • State required health screening
  • Current driver's license
  • AHCA Background check
  • Current CPR training
  • HIV / AIDS training
  • References

Homemakers/Companions/Sitters possess the skilled capabilities to assist clients with the following:

  • Provide companionship for the client.
  • Light housekeeping (washing dishes, laundry, dusting, vacuuming, making bed, changing linens etc.)
  • Provide escort services for the client (assistance with errands, doctors appointments, grocery shopping, attending social events etc.)
  • Help with casual cosmetic assistance (brushing clients hair, make-up application, filing and polishing finger nails etc.)
  • Help provide stabilization as needed by holding the clients hand or arm.


Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses must possess a current state of Florida license to practice nursing and be responsible for the following:

  • Bowel & bladder care.
  • Maintaining clinical records for the client receiving care.
  • Medication management.
  • Skilled nursing as prescribed by the physician.



Certified Nursing Assistants and Home Health Aides possess the skilled capabilities to assist clients with the following:

  • Assist with devices for aid to daily living such as a wheelchair or walker.
  • Assist with the change of a colostomy bag.
  • Reinforcement of dressing clothes or wounds.
  • Assist with range of motion exercises.
  • Assist with prescribed ice cap or collar.
  • Measure intake and output of fluids.
  • Measure temperature, pulse, respiration or blood pressure.
  • Prepare special diets.
  • Provide the family caregiver with reports.