95 Home Care Services for Seniors Serving Palm Beach County, FL
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Recent Reviews of Home Care in Palm Beach County
Review of Amada Senior Care - Boca Raton, FL
I have given several referrals to Amada Boca Raton and Michele and her team are always responsive and professional. Michele, the owner meets all clients herself and hand picks caregivers to make s... Read more
Review of BrightStar of Jupiter/Martin County
The manager is very responsive because my father doesn't let people touch him. The nurse is very responsive. It is good, but it is not outstanding. They come and take care of my father because I a... Read more
Review of BrightStar Care of Wellington
After I got through the initial scheduling and hours, it was a little overwhelming. Once things were underway it was great. Everyone is very nice and caring. I'm not getting as many calls saying my... Read more
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