Our Partners


At Home Helpers® Home Care, we partner with a wide variety of best-in-class medical and senior care organizations across the country. Our goal is to ensure we always provide premium quality care for the 1000+ communities we serve throughout North America. Whether you have a senior family member who requires daily assistance, struggles with dementia, or needs veteran care, we partner with the best to make sure our clients and their families get the top-notch care they deserve.

  • Veterans Care Coordination: Through our partnership with Veterans Care Coordination, we’re able to assist qualifying veterans and their spouses to apply for and obtain the Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit to help cover their medical expenses, including Home Helpers in-home care services.
  • NCBAC: The National Certification Board for Alzheimer Care (NCBAC) is the ONLY independent national board that follows the healthcare certification/licensure model to administer standardized certification examinations in dementia care. The purpose of the Board is to provide a benchmark for core competencies and knowledge for those who provide care and education in the field of dementia.
  • ClearCare: ClearCare provides private duty, non-medical home care software. Our cloud-based solution includes automated scheduling via text, telephone, GPS Check-In, built-in CRM, and caregiver application management. Easy-to-use yet powerful, ClearCare saves home care agencies time and money by automating routine processes, simplifying communication, and reducing paperwork, freeing up time for growing their business.



The following organizations offer great senior care resources for anyone searching for care information. We’re proud to list these partners as reliable resources for seniors, new moms, families, veterans, and others researching in-home care options.

  • AoA: In order to serve a growing senior population, AoA envisions ensuring the continuation of a vibrant aging services network at the State, territory, local, and tribal levels through the funding of lower-cost, non-medical services and support that provide how many more seniors can maintain their independence.
  • Aging USA: Aging USA provides action-oriented educational resources offering practical and spiritual guidance on caring for aging or ill family members and friends. Its elder care resources and programs are designed to help Caregivers develop the knowledge and skills they need to embrace caregiving and make a difference in the lives of the aging and chronically ill.
  • Alliance for Aging Research: The private, not-for-profit Alliance for Aging Research is a national citizen advocacy organization working to improve the lives of Americans as they grow older by advancing biomedical and behavioral research in aging and health.
  • Alzheimer’s Association: The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading global voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care and support, and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research. Their annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to fight Alzheimer’s disease, with over 600 Walks nationwide. Home Helpers is proud to organize teams across the country for Walks each year.
  • AAGP: The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry is a national association representing and serving its members and the field of geriatric psychiatry. It is dedicated to promoting the mental health and well being of elderly people and improving the care of those with late-life mental disorders. AAGP’s mission is to enhance the knowledge base and standard of practice in geriatric psychiatry through education and research and to advocate for meeting the mental health needs of older Americans.
  • American Cancer Society®: The ACS is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the ACS has 12 chartered divisions, more than 900 local offices nationwide, and a presence in more than 5,100 communities.
  • American Diabetes Association®: The American Diabetes Association’s mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
  • AGS: AGS is a not-for-profit organization of nearly 6,000 health professionals devoted to improving the health, independence, and quality of life of all older people. They provide educational elder care resources for advocacy purposes. AGS also provides leadership to healthcare professionals, policymakers, and the public by implementing and advocating for programs in patient care, research, public policy, and professional and public education.
  • ASA: The American Society on Aging is the largest organization of multidisciplinary professionals in the field of aging. Its elder care resources, publications, and educational opportunities are geared to enhance the knowledge and skills of people working with older adults and their families.
  • ALFA: ALFA represents more than 7,000 for-profit and not-for-profit providers of assisted living, continuing care retirement communities, independent living, and other forms of housing and services. Founded in 1990 to advance the assisted living industry and enhance the quality of life for the approximately one million consumers it serves, ALFA broadened its membership in 1999 to embrace the full range of housing and care providers who share ALFA’s consumer-focused philosophy of care.
  • Elder Care Matters®: ElderCareMatters.com is an online elder care resource directory designed to provide families across America with access to professionals in all areas of elder care to help them plan for and deal with matters of aging.
  • H2U: H2U is a health and wellness organization that empowers adults to manage their health and live life to the fullest. If you’re looking for elder care resources, this subsidiary of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) is a good place to start.
  • Meals on Wheels: The Meals on Wheels Association of America is the oldest and largest national organization comprising and representing local, community-based senior nutrition programs in all 50 U.S. states, as well as the U.S. territories. These local programs are our MOWAA Members.
  • N4A: The N4A’s primary mission is to build the capacity of its members to help older persons and persons with disabilities live with dignity and choices in their homes and communities for as long as possible. They are an important elder care resource for anyone researching aging issues.
  • Homecare & Hospice: NAHC is an elder care resource dedicated to making home care and hospice providers’ lives easier.
  • NCOA: NCOA is a non-profit service and advocacy organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. Its mission is to improve the lives of older Americans. NCOA is a well-recognized hub for elder care resources.
  • Parent Giving: Parentgiving.com was created to help time-starved Caregivers provide better care for their aging parents. This elder care resource provides in-depth information and helpful checklists about a variety of caregiving topics, and on-call professional care managers to help navigate through the maze of caregiving.
  • Senior Job Bank: For more than a decade, SeniorJobBank.org has been bringing together employers and qualified older job seekers. Senior Job Bank has built an audience of seasoned and experienced workers.

*These organizations are not all directly affiliated with Home Helpers but serve some of the same communities served by Home Helpers Home Care.

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