Plymouth Meeting, PA

Caring Friends Home Care

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See What’s Possible with Personalized, Local Home Care in Plymouth Meeting, PA and Greater Philadelphia With more than 25 years of caregiving experience, Caring Friends Home Care is dedicated to helping clients – especially older adults – remain safely and successfully at home for as long as practically possible. We provide in-home care on a short-or long-term basis, primarily in the five-county Philadelphia region.

Phone: 484.532.5232


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531 Plymouth Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462-1642


Home Care Services

  • 24 Hour Care
  • Cardiac Care
  • CNA on Staff
  • COPD Care
  • Errands
  • Incidental Transportation
  • Laundry
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Medication Reminders
  • Nurse on Staff
  • Parkinson's Care
  • Personal Care
  • Stroke Care
  • Respite Care
  • Trained Alzheimer's Care

Minimum Hourly Rate: $26.50

Additional Information

Pennsylvania seniors and their families count on Caring Friends to:
-Promote and support independence.
-Be compassionate, reliable partners in finding solutions to eldercare challenges.
-Focus on ability, not disability.
-Hire and train Caregivers who go above and beyond, every day.
-Licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Caring Friends Home Care has a proud history of helping families across greater Philadelphia for over two decades. Contact us to learn more about how we see what’s possible and make it happen for you and your loved ones.


Coronavirus Response, keeping our clients and caregivers safe:
During this time of uncertainty, we’re taking extra precautions to safeguard your health.
Our caregivers are all trained in advanced infectious disease training. 
How We’re Helping Clients
Focusing on Prevention:
Reinforcing proper handwashing, cleaning objects and surfaces, and proper ways to cough and sneeze.
Additional Resources:
Providing access to virtual telehealth visits, backup Caregivers in case of Caregiver illness, and linkage to community resources.
Addressing Social Isolation:
Weekly updates to Clients and families with suggestions on ways to stay in engaged in life and to keep the brain sharp.
Preparing Caregivers:
Requiring additional infectious disease training, providing free access to telehealth, and bolstering sanitizing supplies and gloves.
Supporting Caregivers:
Encouraging self-care so Caregivers can be their best, sending care packages, and providing support in case of an emergency.


***The images of our caregivers that those images were taken pre Covid-19. Our caregivers are wearing PPE and following CDC guidelines.***


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