Help Today Homecare is committed to providing home care services that enhances the health, dignity and wholeness of those we serve. We are dedicated to building long term relationships with our clients through quality training, superior customer service, and collaborative and supportive living care systems. We want to be recognized as the leading home care agency in Pike, Wayne, and Monroe Counties in Pennsylvania, as evidenced by our integrity, compassion, advocacy, resourcefulness, and excellence
Help Today Homecare, LLC is owned by Heather Jaeger AGNP-C, Board Certified Licensed Nurse Practitioner who works with you and your family to determine your assisted living needs.
Help Today Homecare is licensed by the State of Pennsylvania to provide non-medical home care to the aged, disabled, and blind age 18 and over. Our team utilizes the information gathered during your in-home consultation to create a care guide for our caregivers, who will provide you with care tailored to your specific needs.
What Makes Us Different?
About Help Today Homecare
Do you or your loved one want to remain at home?
Our service is designed for those who wish to age in the place they call home, or those in the “sandwich” generation who are caring for both their children and their parents.
Help Today Homecare is designed to not only support independence, but to promote quality of life and health through improved sleep, nutrition, activities of daily living, socialization, and companionship.
At Help Today Homecare, we provide care anywhere from 1 hour to 24-hour around-the-clock care. Assisted living at home is an excellent program for those who need any amount of non-medical care and wish to remain in their home, as opposed to moving into a facility. Our services also provide support for those being discharged from post-hospital/post-rehab care.
Your care plan is designed by a Board Certified Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, and is specifically tailored to the recipient’s needs. Services are delivered by home care aides who are trained and tested to provide the level of care that enables the recipient to remain in the comfort of their own home. The level of care influences the design of the care program.