The 10 Best Home Care Services for Seniors in Easton, PA for 2023
Caring.com offers a free service to help families find senior care. To help you with your search, browse the 60 reviews below for homecare agencies in Easton. On average, consumers rate home care in Easton 4.6 out of 5 stars.
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Home Instead - Bethlehem, PA
Right at Home Northampton County
Always Best Care of Greater Bethlehem
Amazing Souls HomeCare LLC
Chapelton Healthcare Services, LLC
Home Care Assistance- Lehigh Valley
Gracious Loving Home Care LLC
Seniors Helping Seniors
N.F.T.J. Home Care LLC
Visiting Angels of Bethlehem and Grea...
Royal Home Care Svc Inc
Angel Helpers 24/7 Homecare
Home Helpers - Lehigh Valley
Joyful Care Home Care LLC
Saint Joseph Home Care
Aging Grace Services
Homewatch CareGivers of Lehigh Valley
Home Care near Easton, PA
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Recent Reviews of Home Care in Easton
Review of Angel Helpers 24/7 Homecare
I visited my mother for the first time in two years (because I am out of the area) and was horrified by how she looked and the lack of cleanliness in her house. I brought her a treat of rhubarb pi... Read more
Review of Right at Home Northampton County
My brother is using Right at Home Northampton County. They're coming out twice a week for two hours a day now. I called them, and the owner called me right back. He just seemed nice over the phone,... Read more
Review of Seniors Helping Seniors
I was using Seniors Helping Seniors and they were fine. I really didn't ask them for much more than just companionship. They didn't do any cooking. They were just somebody who was here with my husb... Read more
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