We are calling you now to better understand your needs.
- Medication Reminders
- Grocery Shopping / Errands
- Light Housekeeping
- Meal Preparation
- Cancer Care
- Home Health Aides
- Home Care Aides
- Companion Care
- 24 hour care
- Stroke Care
- Respite Care
- Parkinson’s Care
- Alzheimer Care
Our number one priority is ensuring you receive the home care you or a loved one require and deserve in Miami. We go to great lengths to find the services of compassionate, caring and experienced private duty caregivers who can provide the best home health care available.
As our families, friends and loved ones age, a wide range of conditions may affect their daily lives, requiring home care from a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Home Health Aide (HHA) or companion sitter who will assist them to remain in the comfort of their own home. From long-term Alzheimer's and Parkinson's care to short term hospice care or temporary respite relief care, Granny NANNIES can help.
Home health care is an often misunderstood concept. It is available for people of any age, individuals with terminal cancer, who are disabled or bed-ridden, have trouble keeping up with their medications, or even just need help with everyday activities such as bathing, meal preparation and dressing.
A caregiver can personalize their services to meet your home care requirements and are available for referrals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Your Miami caregiver will follow your instructions specific to your wants and needs; in some cases it may be necessary to consult with your loved ones physician(s), hospital, social worker(s) or nursing home. We are very committed to your family's privacy and will not discuss any of your information without prior authorization.
The number one question we get asked is, “Will my insurance cover home health care services?” While long-term care insurance (LTC/LTCI) is the primary insurance option, there are other alternatives.
Call Today (305) 591-1818 and one of our friendly and helpful experts will be happy to answer all of your home care questions.
All caregivers are verified as Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) or Home Health Aides (HHA) and are then screened through stringent checks of their credentials, national criminal background, references and physical condition. But we don't stop there; in order to be eligible for referrals, all must display the kindness and compassion needed to care for others.