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Home is one of the most personalized places. It is where you can relax, and where you keep your belongings. What you do in your home: what you say, what you eat, who you spend time with; it’s all personal. One of the unique opportunities we have when providing home care is that we get to provide care for people in their homes. While we customize our care plans to meet each individual’s needs, our work becomes personalized when we enter their home and become part of their life.
In-home care is our world at SYNERGY HomeCare. Each day, our time, attention and energy is dedicated toward making home care a pleasant and comfortable experience for all. However, we know that many people are unfamiliar with on medical home care. Since we know the emotional, physical and familial benefits of home care, we would like to spread the word. For those of you who don’t know home care, here are the basics.