Here, home care is human.

Why Choose Us?

Homewatch CareGivers: Redefining Quality Home Care

People are what makes a house a home. Not stuff. Not chores. Not routines. People. That’s why we at Homewatch CareGivers® take what we do far beyond caregiving tasks. Here, home care is human. We’re always here for you, with a live person available to speak to you 24/7. In this way, we can respond quickly whenever you need us. We’re typically able to have a caregiver to you or your loved one within just a few hours if needed, so you’ll never have to worry about extended periods alone without care.

Home Care as Unique
as Your Loved One
More About Our Caregivers

We perform regular quality assurance visits to ensure satisfaction and we monitor data-based reports for each client detailing health and well-being. For your peace of mind, our caregivers undergo annual background and DMV checks, plus a minimum of 12 hours of annual training. You can be sure that when you trust Homewatch CareGivers, you’ll be receiving qualified, vetted caregivers committed to keeping their skills up to date.

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  • “Very highly recommended…”

    - Angela

  • “So thankful”

    - Jen O.

  • “Thanks so much!”

    - Odette

    From Edgemoor,
  • “Great company, great employees!”

    - Odette

    From Edgemoor, SC

Compassionate & Qualified In-Home Care

Our Experience Shows at Homewatch CareGivers

Being independent is something many of us take for granted. When you or a loved one requires care—whether due to age, degenerative disorders, chronic conditions, or temporary mobility issues—you want to be sure that you’re entrusting highly qualified, experienced professionals. When you choose Homewatch CareGivers, you can take heart that our extensively trained employees will treat you and your loved ones like family. We strive to preserve dignity while enriching quality of life and empowering independence, as much as possible. With more than 30 years in the business of giving care, we’ve learned a thing or two about meeting the unique needs of each family and easing the stress of an incapacitated loved one.

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