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Personal Care

  • Bathing
  • Toileting
  • Transfers / Mobility Assistance
  • Medical Reminders
  • Incontinence Care
  • Ambulation Assistance
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Special Diet Preparation

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  • Meal Preparation & Clean up
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Light House Keeping
  • Laundry
  • Errands
  • Change Linens
  • Escort to Appointments

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  • Reminder for Medication
  • Offer Companionship & Conversation
  • Play Games and Cards
  • Provide Respite Care
  • Escort to Dr.’s Appointments
  • Monitor Diet & Eating
  • Arrange Appointments
  • Accompany on a Walk
  • Transportation

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Cleaning Service

  • Vacuum carpets and upholstered furniture
  • Dust and polish furniture, knickknacks, picture frames and baseboards
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen including oven, refrigerator and cabinets inside and out Wash floors, walls, ceilings, and carpets
  • Decluttering and hoarding situations
  • Windows, curtains and blinds

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Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Seniors

To get the most out of your senior years, it's important to make healthy lifestyle choices. From staying active to hiring home care services for seniors, there are many things you can do to make your golden years the best yet. Eat a Wholesome Diet Eating a wholesome and balanced diet is important for keeping you healthy and warding off common illnesses like high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, and osteoporosis. The good news is that your diet doesn’t have to…

Posted: 10 March 2018, 2016 under blog.

Signs It May Be Time for Home Care…

An elderly family member or loved one may have lived alone for years. Many individuals do well on their own, but the need for home care assistance may arise suddenly or over time. Often the signs are subtle. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 4.9 million patients in the U.S. received live-in assistance in 2013. When one needs in-home care, the person’s safety and health are at risk if he or she continues to stay…

Posted: 10 February 2018, 2016 under blog.

What To Do After A Stroke

Your decision to bring your elderly loved one into your home is magnanimous. After all, only 10 percent of stroke victims require nursing home care.1 Live-in assistance can make the task easier for you. It’s essential that you take care of yourself, too. Together, you’ll help your family member through the process of recovery and an improved quality of life. What Happens During a Stroke? An interruption of blood flow to the brain can lead to cell death, and, thus,…

Posted: 10 January 2018, 2016 under blog.


Meet CT In Home Care Logo Team

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Eileen DiBerardino

Executive Assistant to the CEO
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Charlene Quill

Head of Bookkeeping
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Jennifer Nordyk

Operations Manager
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Maris Vickerelli

Administrative Assistant
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Sandy Maytasovsky

Administrative Assistant
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Chiana Dullivan

Administrative Assistant
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Diane Fekete

Marketing Director
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Kim Vertrees

Marketing Liason
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Brian Augustine

Intake Coordinator
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Christine Ludovicy

Human Resources Coordinator
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Jessica Batista

Scheduling Department Supervisor
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Erika Vazquez

Care Coordinator
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Alyssa Trosuk

Head of Customer Service
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Natasha Digsby

Care Coordinator
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Chasity Johnson

Human Resources Coordinator
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Natasha Campos

Field Supervisor
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Patricia Sullivan, RN

Field Supervisor
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Andrea Jackson-Schultz

Billing Coordinator
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Alita Pender

Administrative Assistant

Testimonials Please read what some our customers have to say about our services.

“Many thanks for all your help. All of your aides were very good. Ingarita Bain was exceptional and deserves special acknowledgement.”


Kindest regards & Blessings! Kindest regards & Blessings!

“Thank you so much for your excellent care you gave to my father, Hank last weekend. My father was very happy and content. You were so compassionate, and kind. I felt very comfortable knowing I left for my nephew’s wedding that I had nothing to worry about. Looking forward to working with you in the future.”

Once again, Thank you. Once again, Thank you.

“Thank you for finding us such a qualified caregiver in a timely manner.”

Sincerely Sincerely