Our Vision  
Everyone should have the option to remain in the comfort of their own home for as long as safely possible.

Our Mission  

We deliver qualified, experienced and compassionate care to people who need assistance in order to live at home with comfort, safety, and the maximum possible independence.

Your Peace of Mind
OptionONE caregivers are employees, not independent contractors, so you’re covered—with caregivers that have been rigorously screened, trained and are supervised according to industry standards, and who are covered by all required insurance, including bonding, general & professional liability, and worker’s compensation.

We aim to provide care for people...
the way we’d want to be cared for, assuring reliable and compassionate in-home help with:
Activities of daily living (getting up from bed, bathing, grooming, dressing, etc)
Personal assistance (writing letters, etc)
Respite service...so other caregivers can take a break, or in cases of emergency
Companion care
Homemaker tasks / light housekeeping
Discharging planning
Nutrition and dietary planning
Referrals to, and coordination of other services, including skilled nursing, physical therapy, etc

OptionONE Care at Home provides in-home assistance to people who need help due to age / immobility, infirmity, and/or convalescence. OptionONE caregivers can help with all common, non-medical tasks, including everyday homemaker duties and assistance with daily living. We can provide assistance on a part-time or full-time basis, and either live-in or live-out. And of course we offer help for people with dementia, incontinence, or who require assistance with ambulation.

OptionONE is also a multi-lingual provider...
Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
Rising from bed
Grooming, including shaving, hair and nail care, etc
Exercising / taking walks
Medication reminding
Personal Assistance
Making phone calls / finding phone numbers
Making & keeping doctors appointments
Escort or transport to/from appointments, senior centers, etc
Budgeting / paying bills
Writing correspondence, holiday cards, etc for family & friends
Respite Service / Companion Care
Emergency back-up or needed breaks for family or other caregivers
24 hour-a-day care live-in or live-out care
Homemaker Tasks
Shopping for groceries or other household items
Running errands
Light housekeeping and laundry
Meal planning & preparation, with special attention to dietary requirements
Pet care, walking, etc
Change of bedding
Care of houseplants
Referrals to and Coordination of Medical-Related Services
Physical / occupational therapy
Skilled nursing / wound care
Infusion services
Discharging Planning
Nutrition / Dietary Planning