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Home is where we feel most comfortable and can live according to our own terms. Yet sometimes, due to health challenges, living safely at home becomes difficult.

If you or someone you love could use some support to continue living at home, Jewish Family Home Care is here for you!

We are an award-winning and diverse not-for-profit organization that has been helping Broward County residents of all faiths recover and age gracefully at home since 2015.

Our RN-supervised and extensively trained care team proudly serves individuals of all ages and faiths. Reach out to us to share your story with one of our care professionals and find out how we can help.

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Why Choose Us

Discover why we are one of Broward County’s most trusted home care providers, and how we can help you or someone you love enhance independence safety, and wellness.

Home Care Services

Find exactly the level of in-home support you need! We offer a wide range of non-medical services, including personal care, meals, companionship, dementia care, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who qualifies for home care services? Are your caregivers trained and experienced? How soon can you start? Find answers to these and other questions to help you find the best care solution.

Ready to get started?

Learn the next steps and what to expect during a consultation with our care experts.

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From Our Blog

A senior couple FaceTime with their daughter and granddaughter who live far away, emphasizing the important role of home care in ensuring senior loved ones have the support they need when family members can’t be there to help.

The Crucial Role of Home Care in Navigating Care From Afar

With families today often scattered across cities, states, or even countries, the challenges of caring for aging loved ones from a distance are becoming increasingly common. According to a report by AARP, nearly 15% of caregivers in the United States are providing care long-distance. The logistical hurdles to long-distance care

A woman cares for her husband who is in a wheelchair and learns how to navigate caring for your spouse.

Caring for Your Spouse? Alleviate Stress With These Tips!

Caring for your spouse is a role that is taken on from day one. However, when a spouse becomes ill or begins to experience the effects of aging, that role takes on a whole new meaning. Becoming a caregiver for your spouse is a deeply rewarding, yet undeniably challenging journey.

An older woman who is experiencing the post-holiday blues stares sadly out the window.

Understanding and Easing Post-Holiday Blues in Older Adults

We may still be in holiday mode, but what happens when family members head back to their own homes, the decorations are packed away, and all is quiet once again? For many of us, this sounds like a relief. However, for older loved ones, the end of the holiday season