We support our clients by putting together a home care team capable of
providing all levels of service to address both physical and emotional
needs. When home is considered the safest and most comfortable environment
for the patient, we want them to remain there. Seniors experiencing the
challenges of aging have a variety of different needs from home care.

Qualicare Southwest Indiana will help your family by providing any or all
of these homecare services

  • Exceptional personal care from experienced caregivers
  • Companionship, homemaking and light housekeeping
  • 24 hour monitoring and support from a Professional Nurse
  • Assistance and support with daily living activities
  • Live-in care for short stays or longer term needs

An experienced Nurse manages each case, prioritizing continuity of care
and undiluted individual focus. This consistency allows the patient to
receive unparalleled personal attention and commitment. You can feel confident
in our care of your loved ones, and know that you will be informed of
their needs and/or changes in their condition.

Our carefully selected and trained Southwest Indiana caregivers are specifically
matched for your unique home situation. We prioritize continuity of care
so relationships can be developed between the caregiver, the patient,
and their family.

We provide personal home care and assistance with daily activities. Our
home care team works to provide individually focused, specialized in-home
solutions to help patients maintain their optimum level of emotional and
physical health with comfort and dignity.

To keep your loved ones in their own homes, we will:

  • Turn potentially chaotic home situations into manageable issues lowering
    stress and anxiety
  • Act as a health care advocate “ a neutral third party between patient
    and family. This support often encourages patients to speak more openly
    about their symptoms and health concerns.
  • See home care as a means to nurture your loved ones.
  • Monitor and assess conditions on a regular basis and make adjustments when
  • Make sure all significant changes, events and implications are understood.
  • Keep family and doctors informed of changes and events and follow-up, as needed