What is the difference between a Home Health Aide and a Personal Companion?

Home Health Aides usually have more training (some are called CNAs or Certified Nurses Aides) and can provide some medical services as well as non-medical services (like bathing, light wound care, or blood pressure monitoring). Personal companions provide non-medical care like light housekeeping, light laundry, errand running, transportation, and light meal preparation.

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Paying for In-Home Care

Deciding on Types of Care Services

Differences in Home Care Services

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