FAQ's
Why Should I choose Homecare?

Homecare offers many advantages. It is far more comforting for people to stay in their own home. Especially for the elderly, a change in environment can be a very difficult adjustment. Homecare typically costs just a fraction of assisted living or other alternatives. And additional risks such as exposure to infection are far less at home. There is no long-term commitment with Premier Plus Homecare; we can help you decide when and how to increase or decrease the care needed. Living at home also often means patients can stay closer to friends and family and continue to be cared for by their trusted physician.

Why should I choose Premier Plus Homecare?

PPH helps hundreds of people every year continue to live at home safely and with dignity. We consistently provide superior care for three reasons.

  1. We rigorously screen, select and train our caregivers.
  2. We hire only the most dependable, knowledgeable, caring and experienced caregivers.
  3. We just don’t just care for you, we care about you.
What kind of services do you provide?

We provide non-medical care services from light housekeeping to personal grooming, bathing assistance, meal planning and preparation, to fall prevention and medication management. From 1 hour a day to live-in care, our support is designed to allow seniors to stay at home safely and with dignity.

How quickly can services be provided?

Service often begins 24 hours after being engaged

How do I start?

Call us at (703)-580-8118 to discuss your situation. Our Case Managers can recommend the best care plan, which can include an initial visit to conduct a free, no obligation assessment. We will select caregivers that have the right skills, experience and personality to match your needs, and give an opportunity to meet them to help decide who the best fit is for your loved one.

How do you select and train caregivers?

We perform a rigorous selection process to verify each caregiver's experience and qualifications, including thorough background checks. Each caregiver also receives extensive initial and ongoing training to learn and embrace Premier Plus Homecare's policy of delivering consistently superior care.

What happens if my caregiver gets sick?

Our layered approach to care ensures that we always have a team member available to cover the commitments required of each caregiver.

Who pays the caregiver, me or you?

Our team handles all the responsibilities of managing and paying each caregiver, including insurance and withholding proper taxes.

What will homecare cost?

At PPH we tailor our services to your specific needs, therefore costs will vary. Remember that our costs do take into account all appropriate taxes and insurance. PPH takes full responsibility for employing and supervising your caregiver. Some other sources may appear less expensive, but they are likely leaving you open to the significant liability both financially and legally. For PPH basic rate schedule, please contact us at (703)-580-8118 to discuss your needs.

What are ADL’s and IADL’s?

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) include the basic tasks essential for day-to-day functioning, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, mobility and toileting. "Instrumental" Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) are less basic, but still important activities such as shopping, paying bills, cleaning, and laundry and meal preparation.

Our caregivers can take care of a wide range of ADL and IADL needs. The real distinction is often drawn by long-term care insurance providers. They will typically require that 2-3 ADLs must be needed before coverage will be granted. Representatives can help you understand ADL requirements and provide proper documentation for insurance submission.

Our Location
4008 Genesee Pl Ste 105
Woodbridge, Virginia 22192

Phone: (703) 580-8118
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