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Discover a refreshingly positive, proactive, and optimistic approach to care at home with Effraim Home Care.

At Effraim Home Care, we are here to provide a sense of relief and restoration to families seeking the best in-home care solution for a loved one. Our goal is to help each person we serve live the most fruitful, abundant life possible, through exceptional, individualized services.

We offer an all-encompassing continuum of care including non-medical personal care, home health care and therapy services, specialized programs for those with Alzheimer’s disease, autism and intellectual disabilities, and more.

Whatever Your Need, We Can Help


Founded, owned and operated by a registered nurse, we offer a wide range of nursing care services, such as wound care, IV therapy, vital signs monitoring, medication management, and many others.

Physical therapist assisting client with exercises

Therapy Services

Whether the need is for physical, occupational, or speech therapy, our professional therapists will develop and implement a plan of care, provided right in the comfort of home.

Caregiver with client reading a book

Social Work

Our medical social workers are available to provide in-home assessments, and to facilitate whatever may be needed to improve quality of life, such as medical equipment, counseling, patient education and resources, and more. 

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Home Health Aides

From non-medical needs (such as help with housework, meals, and personal care) to skilled health care needs (such as assisting with medication reminders, range of motion exercises, catheter care, ostomy care, and inspection of wound dressings), our expertly trained and experienced home health aides can help.

Hear From Our Clients

What to Know About COVID-19: Trusted Senior Resources

Researching where to turn for the current, most dependable info on COVID-19, specifically as it relates to seniors and those who provide caregiving assistance for them, is very important – and can be difficult. Because of so many resources and various viewpoints on this earth-shattering situation, we wanted to help make it easy to locate what you need by sharing the following list of trusted resources.

What Is Dementia with Lewy Bodies and How Is It Different from Parkinson’s Disease?

Each and every year, thousands of American seniors are told they have Parkinson’s disease, but they do not. For many of these patients, the correct diagnosis is a very similar but not as well-known disease: dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). Dementia with Lewy bodies affects around 1.3 million Americans, according to the Lewy Body Dementia Association (LBDA). That estimate could possibly be too low since some individuals who’ve been inaccurately diagnosed with Parkinson’s still have not been given an accurate diagnosis. So, what is dementia with Lewy bodies and how is it different from Parkinson’s? It can be difficult to differentiate, because the signs and symptoms for the two diagnoses can be very similar, particularly as they progress, as they reflect similar underlying modifications in the brain. Here are the symptoms you should know about, according to the LBDA: Intensifying dementia – Increasing confusion and reduced attention and executive function are common. Memory impairment may not be obvious in the early stages. Frequent visual hallucinations – These are commonly intricate and elaborate. Hallucinations of other senses – Touch or hearing are probably the most frequent. REM sleep behavior disorder – This might appear decades ahead of the onset of dementia