AllCare Health ServicesWe recently launched a new site and blog for AllCare Health Services, a provider of home health services in Knoxville and those in need throughout Tennessee.   Their new website includes a mobile-responsive design, an informative blog, and contact forms to get a free, no obligation quote for services.

They cover the ninety-five county area with caregiver availability of Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), home health aides, sitters, live-ins, companions and experienced caregivers.

Established in 2002, AllCare is licensed by the State of Tennessee, bonded, and insured.

They are active in the home care industry as members of the Tennessee Association of Home Care, the United HealthCare TN Advisory Group and the BlueCross BlueShield TN Advisory Group.

Their services include . . .

  • Live-In and Overnight care
  • Medication Reminders & Enhanced Safety
  • Companionship
  • Family Respite Care
  • Transportation & Errands
  • Personal Care
  • Home Helper Services

Local contact numbers are available for Chattanooga, Clarksville, Columbia, Cookeville, Greeneville, Knoxville, Martin, Memphis, Murfreesboro, Nashville, and the TriCities.

The benefits of residential care as an alternative to assisted living facilities have helped produce a new industry of service providers among whom AllCare is one of the very best.  And seniors are not the only ones benefiting from the assistance of AllCare.  Workers Comp now helps cover “in-home” transitional care during the recovery process for those involved in a work-related injury.  The team can provide live-in and overnight care if needed.

Many of those in need are trying to decide between hiring an independent home health caregiver and contracting with an agency like AllCare.  The AllCare team is doing a great job of educating potential clients on questions such as this on their blog.  They point out that the client is relieved of tax burdens, knows that the caregiver is insured and bonded, doesn’t have to worry with background checks and verification, and doesn’t have to be concerned with caregiver supervision.

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