Safety, comfort, and independence.
It's what we all want as we grow older.
For those times when a little support is needed to achieve those goals, Carolina Hearts Home Care is here to walk alongside you with trusted, RN-supervised in-home care services. Heavily rooted in the community, we are family-owned and operated, and have been meeting the needs of local seniors and their loved ones since 2005.
Our founders, husband and wife team Bryan and Brigitte Laney, bring clinical expertise, problem-solving skills, and leadership experience to our person-focused home care services.
Brigitte, an RN and former critical care nurse, is certified in dementia care, and oversees our caregivers, providing them with training and mentoring. Her hospital and clinical background also make her an excellent resource for clients and their families. Both Brigitte and Bryan are on site daily to answer client care questions and support our exceptional care team.
Learn more about our trusted care options and get started on a brighter tomorrow for a senior you love.
Our compassionate, professional CNAs help ensure that all activities of daily living are managed smoothly and safely, including bathing and other personal care tasks, housekeeping, home management, meal preparation, errands, and more.
Following a surgical procedure or hospitalization, our CNAs help with transitioning home safely, ensuring that the recovery plan is implemented, any concerns are noted and addressed promptly, follow-up medical and therapy visits are kept, and more.
Our companionship services provide opportunities for socialization and fun activities, transportation and accompaniment to medical appointments and outings, reduced risk of falls, enhanced home safety, and more.
We're proud to serve our nation's heroes, and to assist veterans and their spouses with obtaining the benefits to which they're entitled. Let us help with navigating the maze of necessary tasks to determine eligibility and to provide a personalized care solution.
Maintaining an orderly home environment can become more challenging as we age, and having an extra hand with laundry, dusting, mopping, linen changes, emptying the trash, and other chores makes the home more comfortable and welcoming.
A senior with Alzheimer's disease or another type of dementia faces a number of challenges. Our specially trained dementia caregivers get to know each senior and plan appropriate, enjoyable, and meaningful activities, while helping to effectively manage difficult behaviors.
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