HisGrip Home Care

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  • Specialized Live-in Care Services of Atlanta

Specialized Live-in Care Services of Atlanta


HisGrip Home Care is an approved provider of certain Georgia Medicaid waivers. Georgia’s Medicaid waiver programs are developed to provide home and community-based services to people who are functionally impaired or disabled. These programs help eligible recipients remain in their own homes as long as possible.

If you receive Medicaid or eligible for Medicaid and meet the medical and functional criteria for placement in a nursing facility, you may qualify for services under the CCSP and SOURCE programs.

Shared Services

HisGrip Home Care has a ‘Shared Services’ model that is being used in senior independent communities and assisted living. This model allows clients to share their caregivers on a regular basis. This allows clients to receive the same level of services but at a substantial discount!

Live-In Services

HisGrip Home Care tailors care to each client’s needs—from a few hours a week to full-time care. Through our Live-In Care Services in Atlanta, we provide full-time care giving by our caregivers who live in the client’s home to provide in-home care on a daily basis. The client and family may designate the types of non-medical in-home care services that are to be provided. This service gives family members peace of mind, preventing gaps in coverage for individuals who may be at risk when unattended, such as those with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-related conditions.

24-Hour Care

Depending on each client’s needs, HisGrip Home Care can provide from just a few hours of service a week to full-time live-in care services in Atlanta. Through our 24-hour care service, a team of our caregivers coordinates care-giving responsibilities in shifts around the clock. This offers clients and their families’ full-time peace of mind.

Specific non-medical live-in care services in Atlanta can be tailored to meet each client’s needs. This type of continuous in-home care service is ideal for clients who are at risk when unattended, such as persons with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related conditions.

Respite Care or Relief for Family

Care giving can be rewarding and often strengthens bonds within a family. At the same time, care giving can be demanding amidst life’s other responsibilities.

Family caregivers and those in their care can benefit from a little time off now and then. That is why HisGrip Home Care offers respite care giving. This service can be scheduled as needed to provide family caregivers time to run errands, go shopping or get some much-needed rest.

End-of-Life Care

Our compassionate caregivers come to the aid of individuals who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness. We help them and their families with emotional and moral support as well as helping out around the home and providing personal and companionship care—whatever is needed.

HisGrip Home Care can support the family directly or work in partnership with a hospice agency or medical provider to fully meet the family’s needs.

Our ultimate goal is to help families make the most of their time together, helping to lighten the burden at a very difficult time. Through respite care, we give family caregivers needed rest.

Veterans Care Programs

Veterans or surviving spouses of veterans in need of in-home care may qualify for benefits through the Veterans Administration. HisGrip Home Care is proud to serve those who have served our nation. We assist veterans and their spouses in the application process and provide in-home care services for approved participants in VA programs.

Tuck In & Tuck Out

Sometimes a little help goes a long way. This program includes 2 hours of service in the morning and 2 hours at night with personal care assistance getting ready for the day and ready for bed.

Hospital to Home Concierge

Without help, making the transition from the hospital to a home environment can be challenging. We will help with transportation, meal preparation, picking up medicine, comfort care, grocery shopping, errands, tidying up the home, and calls to family.