Nurse Aides & Companions

Caring Companions to Help You Remain Independent with One-on-One Care

The Care Registry is a state-licensed company providing caregivers and nurse aides who are capable, bonded, screened, and caring individuals. Our nurse aides share our commitment to providing high-quality, non-medical home health care.

Our goal is for you or your loved one to remain as independent as possible at home. That is why we offer an affordable alternative to facility care.

Our caregivers can live with you or your loved one and provide care for up to 24 hours a day, or provide care for as little as four hours per day.

If you or your loved one suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, physical challenges, confusion, or memory loss, our caregivers can be especially helpful, and will ease the burden on other family members.

The pricing of The Care Registry’s home care services is lower than other home care service providers, as our low overhead and small offices allow us to charge less.

Our list of nurse aide, companion, and senior care services include:

*The Care Registry may eligible for reimbursement for Long-term Care (LTC) Insurance holders.

We help you get information, direction, and advice for you or you loved one’s situation.

Call Now to Learn How We Can Help You with Your Home Care Needs – 412-421-5202
In-Home Quality Care does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, age or sexual preference in acceptance or participation in its programs and services or in employment.

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