2019 Private Care Guides to Help Families Find Home Care

Now in its 13th edition, the Guide to Private Home Care Services has connected tens of thousands of families with the home care agencies that best meet their needs. While our Resource Directory is intended for professionals who make regular referrals, the Private Care Guides are designed for consumers and are always available at no charge. Choose from among three regional editions:

(Click one of the thumbnails to place your free order).

The Guides contains county-by-county cross-references, as well as short essays about:

  • What home care is;
  • How to pay for it;
  • How to choose an agency, and;
  • What the advantages are of working with an agency over other options.

Return to www.thinkhomecare.org.

Talking Home Care Episode 3: Andrea Cohen on Challenges and Successes for Private Home Care

Pat Kelleher and HouseWorks’s Andrea Cohen discuss the challenges facing private duty home care agencies.

Andrea Cohen
Andrea Cohen

The Talking Home Care podcast returns after a summer hiatus. In this third episode, Pat Kelleher talks with Andrea Cohen, co-founder and CEO of HouseWorks, one of the largest and most successful private care home care agencies in Massachusetts. Topics include:

  • A primer on private care home care (what it is, who it serves, what it offers, is it affordable, etc.);
  • How private care agencies earn their clients’ trust;
  • How technology empowers agencies and families alike;
  • What private care agencies are doing to overcome workforce challenges; and
  • What the future holds for the industry in the post-Baby Boom years.

You may directly download the podcast here (Length: 27’54”; Size: 13 MB).

Talking Home Care LogoHost: Patricia Kelleher, Executive Director of the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts.

Guest: As the co-founder and CEO of HouseWorks, Andrea Cohen’s vision crystalized over 20 years ago when she took care of both of her parents. HouseWorks’s fundamental innovation has been an entrepreneurial approach to service delivery that returns a sense of control to adult children and their parents.

Don’t want to miss the next episode of Talking Home Care? Subscribe through iTunes, Google Play, or enter the following in your podcast app:

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Links:

  1. Secora Care.  A secure, passive, and private remote-monitoring platform.
  2. The Conversation Project. Talking about elders’ wishes for end-of-life care.
  3. Laurie Orlov’s Tech-Enabled Home Care Report.

Return to www.thinkhomecare.org.

2017 Private Care Guides Available

Now in its 11th edition, the Guide to Private Home Care Services has connected tens of thousands of families with the home care agencies that best meet their needs. While the Resource Directory is intended for professionals and others who make regular referrals to home care, the Private Care Guides are designed for consumers and are always available at no charge.

Click the images above to order.

The Guides contains county-by-county cross-references, as well as short essays about: What home care is; How to pay for it; How to choose an agency, and; What the advantages are of working with an agency over other options.

Return to www.thinkhomecare.org.