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There’s no place like home. For many seniors, remaining at home is very important, and it is often possible with a little help.

HomeCare Providers of Alamance Regional Medical Center offers in-home senior care services, including help with daily activities that can help patients stay in their home and live independently.

Whether you or your loved one wants help just a few hours each day, or assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the staff of HomeCare Providers can tailor a plan based on your needs.

Certified and Accredited

Our caregivers and in-home aides are certified nursing assistants who are trained and educated to deliver safe, skilled, therapeutic care. Each nursing assistant must complete an intensive training course and pass formal written and task-demonstration tests administered by the state. As a division of Alamance Regional, HomeCare Providers is licensed by the state and accredited by the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations.

A variety of in-home services are available, including services for seniors, children and individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

In Home Aides

Certified nursing assistants work under the supervision of a registered nurse and can assist with daily living needs such as those listed above. They can also provide help with:

  • Assistance with bathing and personal hygiene
  • Assistance with toileting
  • Meal preparation and assistance with feeding
  • Assistance with walking and transfers
  • Medication reminders
  • Light home management (light housekeeping)
  • Assistance with laundry
  • Companionship
  • Respite
  • Nighttime tuck in care
  • 24 hour care

A coordinator and an RN are available 24-7 to help with changes to your service needs.

Nursing Services

Limited nursing services, as ordered by your doctor, are available. These include lab tests and home safety assessments.

Community Alternatives Program for Children

The Community Alternative Program for Children (CAP/C) provides case management services for medically high-risk children who are at risk of institutionalization. This is a Medicaid based program that provides care and support for this vulnerable group.

HIV Services

HIV Services are provided for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. These services include HIV case management and HIV medical case management. HIV Case Management assesses the client's needs for specific health, psychological, and social services and facilitates access to those services. To be eligible for case management, a client must have an HIV/AIDS diagnosis and live in Alamance, Caswell or Rockingham counties. HIV Medical Case Management provides more intensive case management services for newly diagnosed individuals or those who have challenges following medical recommendations.

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