97 Home Care Services for Seniors Serving Philadelphia County, PA
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Recent Reviews of Home Care in Philadelphia County
Review of Patriot Home Care
I have been with this agency for a while now and I am unsatisfied with this agency. They do not return my calls when my aide calls out. They have left me without services on several occasions and... Read more
Review of Right at Home Chestnut Hill, PA
I used Right at Home to find an aide to assist my mother through a family wedding weekend. My Mom has several physical and mental disabilities and can be a challenging personality, to say the leas... Read more
Review of Home Instead Senior Care - Philadelphia, PA
My father required full-time care at home during the last month of his life. After having a bad experience with another agency, I contacted Home Instead. I would recommend this service to anyone,... Read more
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