American In-Home Care

American In-Home Care | Pinellas County, Florida | Phone: (813) 848-7857

Visit Our Website

About American In-Home Care

  • Personal & Companion Care
  • Respite & After Surgery Care
  • Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

    Info Request

    Companion care allows individuals the ability to age in place without feeling lonely or unsafe. The care provider will perform several services for those who don’t require “hands on” care, but do need a little help to remain at home.

    Personal Care services are for those who regularly require “hands-on” personal care, needing regular assistance to remain at home. All personal care services can be personalized to meet the needs of you and your family.

    Live-In care providers will live full-time in your loved one's home, and will be available to perform services throughout the day and night. You will work with the care provider to set an exact schedule when services will be performed.

    Alzheimer's & Dementia care providers will ensure your loved one’s safety in their own home, and assess their needs on a personal basis, adapting a daily routine to support your loved one with creativity and flexibility.

    Post-Op care providers can perform a range of services to help you or your loved one through the critical first weeks after surgery, allowing you or your loved one to get the rest needed to recover, while protecting privacy and dignity.

    Respite Care offers family caregivers temporary relief from the burdens of caring for elderly or ill loved ones by ensuring the loved one is receiving the highest quality of professional care for a set amount of time.

    Skilled Nursing - Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are committed to helping patients make good decisions about their care by providing them with treatment, instruction, and critical thinking about their condition. RNs and LPNs can be referred to meet your personal care  or home health care needs, to manage medications, or to provide skilled care as ordered by a doctor. The RN referred to you will conduct an initial evaluation at the start of service to ensure quality of care, and then set up a medical plan-of-treatment for the family, client, and any additional caregivers to follow.