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Home Care Agencies

Freedom at home means a lot

In-Home Care agency Eugene, Oregon

Your partner in In-Home Care

Deciding to begin in-home care can be a difficult and emotional decision. And you have lots of questions: Can in-home care help? What does it entail? How much does it cost? How will I feel about bringing a stranger into my home, or my mother or father’s home? How do I know whom to hire?

First of all, in-home care serves a vitally important role in allowing seniors or disabled people to continue living at home when it’s simply not possible for them to do that on their own. Certainly, some clients, when first presented with the idea, will feel their independence is being threatened. It’s a hard thing for some people to come to terms with.

But it’s important to remember, also, that in-home care, perhaps just several hours a week, would be enough to actually help them retain the independence of living at home, perhaps in a place where they have spent decades of their life.


The health and wellbeing of Clients and Caregivers are of paramount importance. As new information related to COVID-19 is being reported on a regular basis, we endeavor to maintain the same pace in our learning, response, and communication.
New Horizons has taken the following steps in response to COVID-19:

We have equipped all of our offices with personal protective equipment for care providers who are assisting clients experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or other respiratory illnesses.

Care providers will not report to work if they have confirmed or suspected COVID-19. They must be fever-free for at least 72 hours and wait 7 days since symptoms first appeared before returning to work.

We have provided our care providers with information regarding virus transmission precautions and we are reinforcing proper procedures for preventing the spread of illness. We will continue to forward information to them as we learn more about the virus.

We have implemented procedures for ensuring anyone entering our offices does not have a fever and we are diligent in sanitizing and disinfecting surfaces and supplies.

We are carefully monitoring the situation and staying up-to-date on recommendations from the Oregon Health Authority, WHO, and CDC.

As a leading provider of in-home care to the communities we serve, we take very seriously our role in these difficult times. We have continued to welcome new Clients and we are fortunate to have maintained a strong, vast workforce of qualified Caregivers to help us meet the growing needs of our community.
We are honored to be of service to our community members in the safest environment, their own homes.
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