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Loving Home Care

Care you can trust!

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of home care services does Loving Home Care provide?

Loving Home Care caregivers tailor their care to your needs. Some of the services that our caregivers have provided are companionship, errands (including shopping), laundry, light housekeeping, homemaking, medication reminders, meal preparation, personal care (including bathing, toileting, dressing, shaving, and help with makeup application), pet care, respite care, recreation, transportation, dementia (including Alzheimer’s) care, facility private duty care, transitioning support, 24/7 live-in care, and assistance with hospice care. 

As you can see, we fit our services to your needs, because that’s what we’d want for ourselves and the people that we love. It’s what drives us to be care providers. If you have a need that isn’t listed here, please reach out and we’ll work together to see if and how we can meet your needs. We even have multilingual caregivers who are able to help support care in a variety of languages, the most frequently requested language, aside from English of course, is currently French. 

Where in Vermont can I get care services from Loving Home Care?​

Anywhere! Our caregivers work throughout Vermont. 

How long does it take to set up care?

We are known to start care as quickly as within 4 hours of an in-home consultation.

How do we get started? 

Once you fill out the online form or give us a call, we'll arrange a time to visit you, your family, and/or any authorized representative to discuss your home care wants and needs. Together, we'll go over your family’s needs, answer all of your questions, and provide you with a quote based on our conversation. Then, we'll begin putting together your custom care plan, including matching you with the right caregiver or team of caregivers.