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                                                        Home Care Services

There are many different reasons for a family member to need home health care: Maybe they need assistance with light household chores, personal care or meal preperation. Maybe Alzheimer’s or dementia have you worried about their safety while you’re at work. No matter your needs, King Care can provide around-the-clock support and coverage.


24/7 availability. You have the opportunity to set the schedule that works best for your loved one.



                              Private Duty Nursing / Skilled Nursing

Nurse managed care for pediatrics and adults. PDN allows for the most medically fragile patients skill level services in their homes. We work with physicians to get the right authorizations for services, and work closely to develop a plan of care for proper management. Our RN's and LPN/LVN's can provide 1-16 daily hours of services, up to 7 days a week. 

Private Duty Nursing / Skilled Nursing

  • Ventilator and Tracheostomy Care

  • G-tube, NG, and NJ Tube Care and Management

  • Wound Care

  • IV Therapy

  • Diabetes Management

  • Seizure Management

  • Oxygen Management

  • TPN Infusion

  • Administering Medications and Therapies

  • Catheter Care

  • Seizure Disorder Monitoring

  • Cancer Care

  • Traumatic Brain injury 

  • Birth injury

  • Congenital Condition or Disease

Companion Care

  • Socialization engagement & outings

  • Transportation, shopping 
    and errands

  • Medication reminders

  • Accompaniment to 
    medical appointments

  • help transition to senior living/ retirement communities


  • Meal planning

  • Meal preparation 

  • Assistance with feeding if necessary 

Post Hospital/Surgical Care

Provides non-skilled care to anyone being discharged from the hospital needing support transitioning back into their daily lives. All services listed are available to these individuals 

Personal Care 

  • Hygeine

  • Bathing

  • Grooming 

  • Dressing

  • Toileting and 
    incontinence care

Respite Care 

Provides short-term relief to family members who are the primary caregivers for their loved ones 


  • General Mobility

  • Assistance with walking  

  • Assistance with therapy exercises 

  • bed repositioning 

  • Safe transferring (mechanical lifts)

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