About Companion Home Care

Our Responsibility

Companion Home Care is focused on providing the highest quality of care to you and your loved one. This is a commitment we take seriously. Our Care Team members have had the highest training and take the extra effort to understand the specific needs of your aging or disabled family member and to create a custom care plan for both you and your family member.

Each of our caregivers are experienced, responsible and knowledgeable in the field. Prior to becoming part of our Care Team the caregiver undergoes an extensive screening process which includes:

  • National criminal background check
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Professional Reference Checks
  • Tuberculosis Test

Companion Home Care does not select caregivers randomly. We know the value of a bonding relationship and a true companion and each of our caregivers will share similar interests of their patient and understand their physical and emotional needs. Companion Home Care develops a custom care plan and provide caregivers based on their compassion, individual skills and strength and interests. Although we make the matches, you have the final decision.

Our Caregivers

Companion Home Care is dedicated to providing caregivers that have a passion to help and understand their patients. Our caregivers have a gift and truly enjoys their career as a caregiver and companion for the aging or disabled who relies on them for support, understanding, help and companionship.

Although caring is a vital quality our in home caregivers also receive extensive training and are prepared to handle each assignment. Our in home caregivers are our employees and we are responsible for all the wages and employer taxes of the caregiver. Each caregiver that will step into the home of your family will be:

  • Managed with performance assessments
  • Offered ongoing training
  • Skills tested
  • Experienced and reliable
  • Bonded and insured
  • Our W-2 employee

Companion Home Care philosophy is that each of us are part of the Care Team which brings your aging or disabled family member the love, support and care that they need. Whether you live down the street from your loved one, across the town or in another state or country, you can remain involved in the care of your loved one.

You are constantly aware of your loved ones care through our private, secure website which provides information that includes:

  • Special Notes
  • Active Plans/Caregiver Schedule
  • Activities/Plan of Care

Companion Home Care encourages you and your family to remain active in the care of your loved one. However, if you are unable to remain active. Companion Home Care realizes this is not always possible, and it is our guarantee that we will care for your senior or disabled loved one in the highest quality possible. We will notify you of any change in their condition at all times, and you can reach us at any time to discuss your loved one's care plan. In compliance with the HIPAA, some information regarding our clients is confidential and must remain confidential. For more information regarding HIPAA guidelines, contact Companion Home Care.


"Again, you have truly amazed me. I am always sure to mention Companion Care to my friends and colleagues!"
Bernice D. Baltimore, MD 

"You were quick to provide me with a care giver who had their own reliable transportation to take my father to his appointments."
Patrick S. Towson, MD  

"I told a friend of mine about Companion Care the other day. She called today to say that care has been arranged through you. I hope she will be as satisfied as I am. More referrals to follow"
Samantha K. Baltimore, MD 

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At Campanion Home Care we creat a better quality of life for your loved ones by companionship and emotional care.
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