Are there listings, generated geographically, for home health care workers that include basic scope of services and budget figures?

3 answers | Last updated: Nov 22, 2016
Richardz asked...

Are there listings, generated geographically, for in-home healthcare workers that include basic scope of services and budget figures?


Expert Answers

There are a few services that do this online. Search using the terms home caregivers or home health aids and find. Caring.com will have something similar available soon; we're working on it. Meanwhile, your best bet, I think, is the Eldercare Locator, a U.S. Government online (and phone) referral service that connects you to the Local Area Agency on Aging where you (or your parents) live. Your local Area Agency on Aging can provide information on a variety of senior services, including home caregivers. Good luck, and keep checking back with us for our local resource tool.


Community Answers

Emily m. answered...

To research home healthcare workers in your area, go to our In-Home Care Directory. Using your zip code, you can find all the providers closest to you.

Emily | Community Manager


Julie willett, rn answered...

You can also go to CMS home health compare on the internet and look at the various agencies based on your zip code that provide skilled home health services.