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Providing Hourly, 8 & 12 Hour Shifts 24 Hour Live-In | Transportation Services
Offices in Norwalk, Waterbury, Trumbull, Hamden & Hartford

About Connecticut In-Home Assistance

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Connecticut In-Home Assistance is a family owned and operated business guided by the professional knowledge, experience and values acquired by Renny, Betsy, and Jamie Wieland in their 50+ years of working with elders and disabled individuals.

“Together with my Family Renny, Betsy and Chris we are prepared to continue providing clients of Connecticut In-Home Assistance with the highest level of  service and integrity in keeping with our mission to give compassionate, reliable and affordable in-home support to elderly and disabled adults and children in their homes or places of residence.”

– Jamieson F. Wieland

Jamieson Wieland

CEO – Jamieson has been working with elders for over 13 years. He originally joined the organization with a marketing and business operations background. Jamieson soon found his passion for helping those who need a compassionate reliable caregiver to help them thru the day. President- Renny was CEO of VNA Health at Home, Inc. in Watertown, Connecticut for 17 years prior to starting the business in 2000. Vice President- Betsy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Care Manager with extensive experience in the care of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

Renny & Betsy Wieland

Our Mission

The mission of Connecticut In-Home Assistance is to provide compassionate, reliable and affordable in-home support services to frail elderly and disabled individuals in the community.

The philosophy and goals of Connecticut In-Home Assistance require the direct employment ,
training and supervision of its entire work force. The vulnerability of the frail elderly, chronically ill or disabled individual requires the presence of an honest, sensitive caregiver who is trained to
understand and meet the needs of this population.

Employees are trained to work in conjunction with other professional service providers and to become first line reporters of changes in the client’s condition.