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A Passion for Serving

True caregivers are very special people with a heart for what they do. Because our caregivers are the trusted hands and faces that you and your loved one will rely on, we consider only the best and most experienced caregivers for our team.

Excellence in Caregiving

We are the people who care for caregivers.

By valuing our caregivers, we serve you better. Caregivers are at the heart of what we do, and we take great care to match them to your needs, so that you can enjoy a long-lasting, positive relationship and a trusted bond.

Award-Winning Team

United Homecare Services has proven their dedication to providing a great work environment and solid training to employees, while maintaining their focus on client and caregiver satisfaction. UHS accomplishments include building a team of happy, qualified caregivers.

Superior Qualifications

The people we hire as our caregivers must have a minimum of six months of caregiving experience. They must pass a criminal background check and go through orientation, state-required training, and competency testing before providing services. 

Our Commitment to Caregiver Excellence

Unmatched Retention Rates:

"Proud to have one of the highest rates of retention for caregivers in our industry."

“Proud to have one of the highest rates of retention for caregivers in our industry.”

Thirty-five percent (35%) of United Homecare Services caregivers have been with our agency for three years or more, and some caregivers have been employed as long as 16 years. Nationally, the average caregiver leaves the job after only six months. Our long retention is evidence of the respect we give to our care staff and the continuity of service you can count on.

Comprehensive Training:

We take special consideration in choosing whom to send into your home. And when we introduce a caregiver to you and your family, we are confident that you will agree.

We train our care staff in aspects of dementia, infection control, proper personal care techniques, dealing with adverse behaviors, medical terminology, fall prevention in the home, and many other areas.

Well-trained and respected caregivers are better equipped to use good judgment and give optimal care.