About HomeWell

Providing Comfort & Dignity to Your Elderly Loved Ones

HomeWell Senior Care's journey has evolved around making seniors' lives more comfortable. Founded in 1996 by Joshua Hoffman as Hoffman's Home Helpers, we became HomeWell Senior Care in 2002 and expanded into franchising by partnering with other care-motivated professionals in 2003.

At the age of 19, Joshua became a caregiver in a nursing home. The experience made an immediate impact on him. It instilled in him the desire to help people One-to-One. Joshua soon found himself working with a home care agency, giving non-medical care to seniors on a regular basis.

Joshua's greatest reward was the ability to make his clients comfortable and safe. He realized that heartfelt in-home care provided by the right Personal Assistant could enhance the quality of life of a senior. With that, HomeWell was born.

The One-to-One Attention Your Loved One Needs

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Our Personal Assistants

As an industry leader, HomeWell deeply understands your concern for safety and security. All personnel must pass the most thorough identity and background checks, pass competency testing, and undergo extensive training.

Our Personal Assistants include:

  • Caregivers
  • Companions
  • Homemakers
  • Home Health Aides
  • Personal Support Workers
  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs)

Our Philosophy

HomeWell's mission is to provide live-in and hourly personal care, companionship, and homemaker services for seniors and other homebound persons. Our goal is to make sure each client can continue living within the comfort of their own home for as long as they wish. Our family of franchisees and staff are committed to delivering high-quality care.

People often fear the possibility of home care because it symbolizes a loss of dignity. However, at HomeWell we ensure that our services are an enhancement of dignity, not a loss of it. Each act enhances the lives of our clients in their home, allowing them to experience life without the struggles of daily tasks.