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How long have you been in business?

Sensicare is a new business started by a US Navy veteran to provide care for family members who need some extra support while remaining in their home.

What kind of services do you provide?

We provide personal, direct assistance in and around the home for our clients.

Where do you provide services?

We provide our services in your home. Our goal is to allow our clients to maintain their lifestyle within their home environment.

Do you provide services to those in nursing homes or assisted living communities?

Yes, we do.

Are your caregivers insured?

All of our caregivers are required to be insured as part of our rigorous hiring process.

Will I have a choice of who comes to my home?

Absolutely. We are here to support you and your loved one in a way that makes you comfortable.

Can I change or discontinue the services my loved one receives?

Yes, absolutely.

How are caregivers selected?

Caregivers are selected based on our assessment of your loved one's needs. We take into account all concerns and requests of our clients whenmaking this decision.

How much does in-home care cost?

We provide services on a case-by-case basis. When we meet with you we will provide you with a cost based on your needs.

Are services available 24 hours, 7 days a week?

We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Is there a written plan of care for each client? Is it modified and if so, how often?

We have a written plan for each client to ensure continuity of care. It is modified as often as needed in addition to our standard plan reviews conducted regularly for all clients.

Will I have the same caregiver all the time? How will I meet my caregiver?

We strive to maintain continuity with our caregivers and our clients. Your caregiver will come to your home and meet with you one-on-one.

What is home care and how does it differ from home healthcare?

In its truest meaning, home care refers to any type of care (medical or non-medical) that is provided for the client in their home. In recent years, however, there has been a slight shift in terminology. While home care can be used to describe both medical and non-medical care, typically "home care" refers to non-medical care such as companionship/homemaking services and personal care services, while "home healthcare" refers to the provision of skilled nursing care and other care such as speech, physical or occupational therapy.

What are ADLs and IADLs?

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) include the basic tasks essential for day-to-day functioning, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, mobility and toileting. Many seniors who require help with such activities are largely independent, but may require help with one or two ADLs. In some cases, intermittent help from a family member or friend may be all that is needed. However, in many cases, particularly when family or friends are unavailable and the importance of scheduling these activities is critical, informal care arrangements may not be adequate.

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) are considered those activities that are less basic than the traditional ADLs. IADLs, nevertheless, are important in enhancing a client's quality of life. IADLs include such activities as shopping, paying bills, cleaning, doing the laundry and meal preparation. Many seniors require assistance with IADLs rather than ADLs. Some seniors want someone to escort them when they are shopping and help them avoid situations that might cause them to fall. Other seniors may welcome assistance with their bill paying and medical appointments. Comfort Keepers offers an array of companionship and homemaking services to assist our clients with the IADLs. Please contact the Comfort Keepers location nearest you or your loved one for more information.


728 Blanche Street, Jacksonville FL  32204




1225 W. Beaver Street, Suite 117 ∞ Jacksonville, FL 32204


(904) 265-0752