Definition: Home care, (also referred to as domiciliary care, social care, or in-home care), is supportive care provided in the home. 

The largest segment of Home Care consists of licensed and unlicensed non-medical personnel, including caregivers who assist the individual. Care assistants may help the individual with daily tasks such as bathing, remembering medications, toilet assistance, cleaning the home, eating and preparing meals. Caregivers work to support the needs of individuals who require such assistance. These services help the client to stay at home versus living in a facility. For terminally ill patients, home care may include hospice.


Are you concerned about the safety or quality of life of a loved one, aging parents or disabled family member? Are you unable to provide the daily care they need due to distance, availability or capability? Imagine how at ease you will feel knowing they have the care they need while staying in their own home. Imagine the quality of your visits, without the burden of handling all the things that need to be done before you can relax and enjoy each other’s company.

A Kind Heart Home Care is dedicated to easing the burden and improving the quality of life of our clients who we care for.

Too often, we are faced with the dilemma of an aging loved one to the point they can no longer live in the comfort of their own home due to safety, physical or mental challenges. We understand how important “home” is, and this where we come in.

A Kind Heart Home Care is a great alternative to a nursing or retirement home because we bring care to your loved one’s home. Our team provides a full range of home care services to help them live at home while maintaining the independence and quality of life they have grown to enjoy.


For those who can no longer care for their daily needs, the prospect of having to leave their homes and familiar surroundings is both depressing and frightening. That’s why A Kind Heart Home Care is the solution of choice for older adults facing this time in their life. Having in-home care allows your loved one to stay in their home, which reinforces the sense of independence and control over life’s daily routines.


Being unable to handle daily chores such as bathing, remembering to take medications, doing housework, dressing, cooking can be very degrading, especially if your loved one is embarrassed to ask for help. Having A Kind Heart Home Care handle these and other tasks, keeps their self-esteem intact, which is so important for good mental and physical health.


By remaining in their own home, families have found that loved ones are more likely to participate in daily activities, rather than sitting quietly in an institutional setting somewhere. They can preserve control over their lives and thereby be able to maintain dignity. They also gain a sound peace of mind, knowing those difficult tasks are handled.