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About Ellison Home Care Companion Agency
Your elderly family member needs more care and assistance, but doesn't want to leave their house. What can you do? Many times, the best option for families is home care. While the choice is difficult to make, Ellison Home Care can ease the burden. Families in Ocala trust our staff and complete home care service that we provide for seniors who want to stay in their homes.
Senior Home Care is the Better Choice
A senior who can remain in the comfort and privacy of their own home while receiving care is an undeniable benefit. Homebound, senior loved ones can stay independent with in-home care, keeping a sense of security and dignity.
In addition to the clear advantage for the elderly able to stay in their own home, Ellison Home Care has more benefits.
- Less Money Than Assisted Living
- Gives Family Caregivers A Break
- Personalized Care Plan
- Complete Services
- Maintaining Independence
- Convenience, Security, Comfortable
Ellison Home Care Home Care Services
In-home care services are not a one-size-fits-all approach. Ellison Home Care provides services that are custom fit for each senior’s situations and unique needs. All of our care services are provided trained, qualified caregivers and nurses to meet the needs of aging adults.
Ellison Home Care has a comprehensive selection of services to choose from. Including Help with activities of daily living, Meal preparation, Prescription reminders, Custom care, Colostomy care, Help getting dressed, Personal hygiene and bathing, Dementia care, Holiday care, Household chores, Recovering from surgery, Technology dependent care, Temporary care, Companion care, …and many more - call for all services available..
Need help what’s best for you or a loved one? Call (800) 755-1458 for assistance.
Staff & Caregivers at Ellison Home Care
In order to be a Ellison Home Care caregiver, it takes something special. Of the many who apply, only a few meet our standards. The process to join our team is not easy, but seniors and their families love the results A thorough background check that exceeds Florida requirements is one of the many steps that a caregiver must pass.
Home Care Pricing for Ocala
There are multiple factors that contribute to the cost of home senior care. Every senior has specific needs. The pricing for senior home healthcare depends on weekly hours, what supplies are used, and level of care required.
For a custom in-home care estimate, complete the form above or call us at (800) 755-1458.
If you are ready to see all that senior home care can offer, call us for a care assessment today.
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Ellison Home Care – Reviews
A Place for Mom
I appreciated that they were loving, caring, kind, and very respectful to us in our home. Anytime I needed anything at all, they were right there. It is a very difficult thing to do, and it was extremely stressful, but the two people in particular who stayed with my mom were very very good and lovely people. My mom really grew to like them a lot.
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Home Care Service DetailsHelp with activities of daily living, Meal preparation, Prescription reminders, Custom care, Colostomy care, Help getting dressed, Personal hygiene and bathing, Dementia care, Holiday care, Household chores, Recovering from surgery, Technology dependent care, Temporary care, Companion care, …and many more - call for all services available.
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- Confirm with community manager that living and services required for you or your loved one's unique needs and budget are met.
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If there is any information that is inaccurate or needs to be updated, please contact Assisted Living Center.
Assisted Living Center uses the term "assisted living" or "personal care" to inform users that a community provides assistance with some Activities of Daily Living (ADL's). It may not meet your state's legal definition required for that level of care.