58 In-Home Care Services for Seniors Serving Marin County, CA
Caring.com offers a free service to help families find senior care. To help you with your search, browse the 185 reviews below for homecare agencies in Marin County. On average, consumers rate in-home care in Marin County 4.7 out of 5 stars.
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Review of Home Care Assistance - Marin, CA
The two caregivers that are taking care of my husband are kind, nice, and efficient. I can leave the house without having to worry about my husband. Read more
Review of Hired Hands Homecare
My only complaint is there are too many faces. We've seen four or five caregivers in a short amount of time, and it's awfully hard to explain the situation over and over. Almost every other day, we... Read more
Review of Right at Home Marin County
I have very good helpers right now. They're very caring people. Without them I wouldn't be able to do things. They help me cook and they give me bathes and exercise together. Read more
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