Sunlight Care provides compassionate in home senior care, Alzheimer's care, and companion care services for patients residing in Burlington County, Atlantic County, Camden County and Gloucester County.
Our services include: (Live In or Visiting) Companion Care, Home Keepers, Personal Care, Senior Care, CHHA and Home Nursing (LPN, RN)
♥ All Home Health Services are tailored to the unique needs of each individual patient.
♥ Our Caregivers are supervised by a Register Nurse.
♥ Our Caregivers have passed extensive background checks
♥ Our Caregivers are drug tested.
♥ Our Caregivers are bonded and insured.
♥ Seniors who need help with personal hygiene, daily living and nutrition
♥ Patients who are recuperating from a stroke, heart attack or illness.
♥ Surgical patients who would prefer to recover at home.
♥ The Physically Challenged
♥ Patients with Alzheimer's, Dementia, or other cognitive dysfunction.
Sunlight Care is here to help. Our caring and compassionate staff can assist you with preparing for your loved-ones return home from a hospital stay, rehabilitation facility or major surgery. Whether we are needed for a short-term recovery or continuing care, we can keep you or your loved-one safe and comfortable at home.
Our mission: To improve the lives of those we serve, which includes the entire family.
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