Private Duty In-Home Care
Private Duty In-Home Care for Children involves support services that address the needs of developmentally disabled or physically challenged individuals aged 21 and below. This in-home care service is provided by reliable and experienced Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses.
The Private Duty In-Home Care Program, however, does not replace parental roles. We still acknowledge the parent’s responsibilities in the health of their child. In every way we can, we support them.
The flexibility of the Private Duty In-Home Care program has enabled many parents to maintain a balance in their lives – career-wise and in managing their household. Assisted by nurses and/or nursing assistants from Priority HealthCare, parents are able to ensure the health and well-being of their child who has special needs. Private Duty In-Home Care has also been one of the primary factors that have affected the evident reduction of cases of institutionalization in our community. We are proud to be a contributing factor of this development.