Why We Are Different

Why We Are Different
Absolute Care Providers Home Care is different because of our distinctive case management approach with each and every person we serve. A client’s overall well-being and enhancing their “quality of life” is our top priority. We begin our home care process with a free comprehensive in-home assessment of each client’s physical, mental, social and environmental needs. Our assessment includes an evaluation of hazards and other risks in a client’s home, which may impact the treatment and the outcome of care.


All risks are mitigated to the extent possible through a customized home care service plan, which is designed and supervised by a registered nurse. Every service plan is discussed with family members and medical personnel, with a main objective of improving the quality of life for our client. All of our standards of performance are designed to provide the highest quality home care services possible.


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Supervision is Critical to the Care We Provide.

Why we are different when it comes to in home supervision?

All of the care we provide is under the supervision and guidance of registered nurses, regardless of the level of care our clients initially need. This is a value added service as we do not charge for this supervision. We know that over time a client’s condition may change. It is only through competent professional oversight can these changes be identified early to assist with providing the level of care and services required to prevent an unnecessary hospital admission and protect the safety and well-being of our clients.

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We establish a relationship beginning with the very first encounter with a goal of providing the highest quality of care, second to none.
It is through the individualized care plan that our caregivers and nurse supervisors keep a watchful eye on the progression of our clients in achieving their stated goals and objectives. The best way to keep our clients safe and in the comfort of their own home is to recognize that small interventions caught early can prevent a significant deterioration in health or well-being causing them to lose the independence they value so dearly.