WASHINGTON Home Care LLC is located at the side entrance of 1 Kirby Rd. in Unit 7E on Washington Connecticut's historic green. This is a "caregiver registry". We connect homemaker, companion, and personal care service providers with individuals in need of NON MEDICAL home care services wherever they may reside. Caregivers work directly for and are hired by our client. Caregivers receive guidance, scheduling, management and direction from our client. WASHINGTON Home Care LLC is not the employer of the caregiver. The caregiver's hourly pay rate is negotiated directly between the caregiver and our client.
Press Release: November 24, 2023
Washington Home Care LLC, dba Washington Homemaker Companion Registry, has announced the waiver of the registry fee for wartime Veterans, volunteer ambulance, and fire personnel, and their families living within the five villages of Washington, Connecticut, to receive a roster of non-medical home care service providers whom they can hire to personally assist them with the needs of daily living. Owner Sara Guillemette commented, “Our give back to our community is to waive the registry fee for Washington Villages-area wartime Veterans and their spouses, volunteer ambulance and fire department personnel, and their families to receive a list of non-medical care service providers they can personally hire to help them with the needs of daily living. The villages include Washington, Washington Depot, New Preston, Marbledale, and Woodville.”
Washington Home Care LLC is a registry of service providers who are hired as private duty assistants by individuals, families, or their legal healthcare representatives, for non-medical care in the home setting, rehab centers, and hospitals. The providers take both their direction and their payment directly from each client. “We thoroughly vet service providers and we help with the coordination of non-medical services for people in need of assistance with activities of daily living. Homemaker-companion agencies and registries provide non-medical companionship and assistance.
“Services we help to coordinate include assistance with cooking, laundry, light cleaning, organizing, grocery shopping, personal hygiene, walks, playing cards, conversing, completing needed errands, and going to movies. We have a robust list of service providers to pair with individuals and families who need day-to-day assistance.” To connect with Sara, visit www.WashingtonCTHomeCare.com, call or text 203-577-8979, or write to PO Box 1244, Washington, CT 06793-9991.