What Our Clients Say
"My husband’s two aides are SUPERB employees. They are always reliable and their work ethic truly displays the excellent quality of care all home care aides should be giving to their clients. I strongly believe that remarkable attention by Home Care Partner aides to my husband's needs have greatly impacted his health in a very positive way."
For over 58 years, Home Care Partners has been helping seniors and adults with disabilities every day, right where they live, whether their needs are for cooking or cleaning or bathing and dressing.
A nonprofit organization in continous operation for more than a half-century, Home Care Partners works with city and county agencies all over the DC metropolitan area by sending well-trained home care aides to provide senior citizens non-medical care and help around the home.
We also help family members themselves to care for elderly loved ones and, to that end, operate the Home Care Partners Training Institute to train direct care workers as well as family caregivers to provide the best possible care to seniors.
In 2016 Home Care Partners discontinued offering the entry-level certification course for home health aides. We continue to offer in-service training to our aide employees and continuing education classes for professionals in direct care and the general public. Our classes are taught by registered nurses with extensive experience in community care.
Students may register for continuing education classes through CE Broker (https://www.cebroker.com/public/pb_course_search.aspx).
Because we work in partnership with city and county programs, the eligibility requirements varies by each jurisdiction.
Clients needing services in Arlington must be approved first through the County which refers clients to us. A similar requirement applies for veterans through the Veterans Administration.
Most residents of Montgomery or Prince George’s County must also be approved first through the community partner agency, although there are exceptions for our Light Care and private pay clients.
Residents of DC can contact our office directly or seek help through the DC Aging and Disability Resource Centers in their ward.
New and Noteworthy
We’re excited to announce the DC Office on Aging Safe at Home Program at Home Care Partners. Under this new program, income-eligible DC seniors and adults with disabilities can get home modifications they need to reduce the risk of falls and barriers to mobility. For more information, contact us at Safeathome@homecarepartners.org or call (202) 638-0050.
2014 Annual Report
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Home Care Partners 2014 Annual Report.
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