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About Us

HHC is a non-medical home health care agency providing a variety of in-home services in Philadelphia.  Our experienced and dedicated team use a multi-disciplinary approach to ensure a superior quality level in-home health care for our consumers.  We strive to ensure each consumer reaches his or her maximum health potential.

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HHC Services

HHC keeps families together!  You may choose a family member, friend, or utilize our Home Health Aides (HHA) to provide you with superior caregiving.  We provide qualified professionals to deliver family-centered care that encourage people to remain in the comfort of their own home.

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Finding the best option when seeking non-medical in-home assistance can often be difficult.  Our core values are based on fundamentals of respect, dignity, integrity and compassion. We offer superior quality and reliable non-medical in-home care for you and your loved ones. Our team is fully trained to provide the care that you need.

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What is Non-Medical Home Care?

Non-medical home care is assistance with non medical activities of daily living. It includes most things a person would do for themselves, such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, feeding, exercise, assistance with medication, toileting and more in the comfort of their own home.

This service model can include both professional and informal support networks such as family, neighbors, and friends. These are all independent sources to in which these individuals work together to meet your goals and expected outcomes. While choosing to stay at home is a personal decision there are many outlets of home care and support services.

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  • Who qualifies for personal home care services?

    Whether you are a senior or a child, you can take advantage of our services. Click here to learn more about how to qualify for a caregiver.

  • Do you appreciate assurance of top quality care giving and kindness?

    We make sure that you are paired with a caregiver that fits your personality and will do what’s expected to make your living more comfortable.

  • What does a non-medical caregiver do for their consumer?

    A caregiver provides a range of needs for each individual client, from drawing water in tub to even meal planning and assistance with feeding if necessary.

Why So Many choose HHC

Help Home Care (HHC) cares about your needs, no matter how big or small. The goal of Help Home Care is to make your stay at home as practical and naturally comfortable as possible. We do our utmost to give you a quality caregiver to meet your requirements in providing proactive and personalized care which can enhance your living and limit health risks.

  • Alzheimer’s & Dementia

    Alzheimer’s & Dementia can affect your memory making it hard to take prescribed medication.

  • Physical Injuries

    Help Home Care can assign a caregiver to help with daily chores due to injuries that may be affecting your mobility.

  • Children & Adults with Disabilities

    HHC offers help to children and adults with disabilities that may experience disadvantages performing simple tasks.

  • Neuromuscular

    HHC supports those with Neuromuscular disorders which can affect the nerves that control your voluntary muscles.

  • More Resources For Special Conditions

    Click here for more helpful links and resources.

We Offer Assistance For A Variety of Conditions

When a person is diagnosed with a chronic condition, there can be a feeling of fear that their independent living will be at jeopardy.

Help Home Care can preserve your freedom of staying at home under various conditions. Although aging parents or those with disabilities may refuse to seek help, the best place to start is by learning information about our available resources to enhance their independence and quality of life. There are many major chronic conditions listed that people can suffer from as well as light but troublesome conditions.

No matter what your condition is, Help Home Care can assist or direct you to getting you the help you need. Click below to learn more about our services.

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HELP HOME CARE'S RESPONSE TO COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the health and wellness of our clients and caregivers remain our top priority. Help Home Care continues to take every precaution to keep clients and caregivers updated on how to stay healthy.

We are closely monitoring both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) websites, as well as state and local government departments for live and up-to-date guidance and the newest knowledge related to COVID-19.

There are several everyday preventative actions we should all take to reduce possible exposure to or spread of the virus:

  • Keep Hands Clean
    • Properly wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have engaged in any activity that could cause contamination of you or others.
    • If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Apply to both the front and back of your hands.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with your hands, this will aid in decreasing the chance of infection.
  • Avoid close contact
    • Avoid contact with anyone who is ill.
    • Avoid nonessential trips out of your home.
    • Keep the distance between yourself and others at least six feet.
    • A-systematic people can spread the disease.
    • COVID-19 can be more difficult for those with underlying conditions.
  • Wear a mask
    • You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick.
    • Continue to keep about 6 feet between yourself and others. The cloth face cover is not a substitute for social distancing.
  • Clean and disinfect
    • Clean AND disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks.
    • If surfaces are dirty, clean them. Use detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection.
    • Then, use a household disinfectant. The most common EPA-registered household disinfectants will work.

This is a difficult time that the entire world is facing. We ALL can play a role in easing the stress for each other. Here at HHC, our priority is caring for your loved ones and supply our clients and caregivers with reliable up to date information on how to stay protected.

Please Note: Any information that is provided is not intended to replace your doctors' instructions. For questions that are more tailored to your specific circumstances, it is recommended that you discuss your concerns with your physician. Help Home Care relies on guidance provided by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Please visit the CDC website often to stay informed.

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