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When your loved one wants to remain independent in their home but needs a helping hand, you can trust @ Homecare of Louisiana. We specialize in non-medical Senior Home Care for clients in the Greater Baton Rouge Area. Our goal is to create an environment where our clients can retain their dignity and independence by remaining in the comfort of their home. Our team of Care Specialists is trained to support and assist your senior loved one so they can remain in their own homes. Through our Person-Centered Care Process, we are enabling seniors to continue living at home with assistance. Our process allows your loved one to have a better quality of life while reducing stress for their caregiving family members. We provide services ranging from short-term post-surgery care to 24 hours of continuous in-home care. To make it easy to afford our services, we accept Long-Term Care Insurance, Veterans Benefits, Private Payment, and Workers’ Compensation.
8017 Jefferson Hwy Suite A-5
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809
Companion Care - Minimum Hourly Rate - $18/hour
Personal Care - Minimum Hourly Rate - $22/hour
@HOMECARE of Louisiana is locally owned and operated by Chantel and Brandon Ratcliff. Senior Care is very personal to their family after having to navigate challenging family situations with aging loved ones. Through these challenging times they were inspired to build a company that would bring only the highest levels of care into the homes of their clients and families.
Chantel and Brandon are familiar with the emotional, physical, and mental challenges that come with this life stage, so they can deeply understand the realities of your situation.
As a Certified Dementia Specialist, Brandon understands the challenges of working with family members who have short term memory loss and struggle with basic routines and tasks.
Brandon and Chantel believe that the home is the best place for our seniors to live. By providing assistance we can prolong their ability to remain comfortable and safe in the familiarity of their own home. For some it may be simply a few hours a week or a couple of hours a day that allow them to remain independent. For others they may require 24-hour assistance to allow them to remain in the familiarity of their favorite place.