Helping Hands Home Health

Inman, SC 29349
(864) 415-9648
helpinghandshomehealth.biz
Contact: Williams, Darlene
Business Description: Our experienced staff of Caregivers, CNAs and PCTs are trained, screened, insured and bonded. We are available a minimum of 4 hours per day or 24 hours a day, seven days a week and on holidays. We offer services for the disabled, elderly or someone that may be out of work due to illness, accident, etc. We offer short term and long term care. We provide in-home services as well as accompanying you to the hospital or a facility if needed. Our services are provided with the personal attention and compassion you deserve. We currently accept vouchers from the Alzheimer's Association. They provide financial support for Alzheimer's disease or related disorders. You may go on their website, www.alz.org/sc, to obtain an application for assistance. We bill our clients weekly for the current weeks hours. At present we are private pay, with the exception of the Alzheimer's Voucher.
Services: Home Elder Care
In Business Since: 2011
Service Area: Tryon & Columbus NC, Spartanburg, Greenville, & Cherokee Counties
On Angie's List Since: 12/11/2012
Warranties: NO
Office Hours: Mon 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Tue 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Wed 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Thu 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Fri 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Sat Closed, Sun Closed
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Augusta | Baker | Berea | Blacksburg | Boiling Springs | Buffalo | Campobello | Chesnee | Cleveland | Cowpens | Duncan | Enroee | Fountain Inn | Gaffney | Green | Greenville - Downtown | Greer | Hillcrest | Inman | Jonesville | Landrum | Lyman | Marietta | Mauldin | Moore | Pacolet | Pauline | Piedmont | Poinsett | Roebuck | Simpsonville | Spartanburg County North | Spartanburg County South | Taylors | Tigerville | Travelers Rest | Union | Wellford | Westgate | Woodruff
 
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