129 In-Home Care Services for Seniors Serving Dallas County, TX
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Review of Home Care Assistance of Dallas
We haven't really had success so far. The staff has been helpful in trying to find somebody for us, but we're not having luck right now. My husband cannot hear well, so dealing with someone who has... Read more
Review of Right at Home North Dallas
From my first meeting with Harley and Susan, I had every confidence that they were the people I wanted to handle my care. That confidence was well placed throughout my recovery as I worked with the... Read more
Review of SYNERGY HomeCare of Irving
They are very friendly and helpful. They get me in the shower and they do a great job at it. Read more
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