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Bringing Home Care To Your Door


Compassionate, Reliable Home Care for Your Loved Ones


Clients with specific needs or health conditions may require specialized care. We offer specialized in-home care to fit their needs. 

Specialized types of care offered by Care in Vermont:

  • Alzheimer's Care

  • Dementia Care

  • Hospital to Home transition care

  • Cardiac

  • Stroke

  • Orthopedics


At care in Vermont, we offer flexible in-home care that includes:

  • Temporary or long-term care

  • Weekday, weekend, or holiday

  • Day time, evening, overnight, 24/7

  • Respite Care

  • Alzheimer's Care

  • Dementia Care

  • Hospital to Home


When your loved ones are living out their final days at home, it can be an especially difficult and emotional time. Care in Vermont is here to help.
We provide families with the support and assistance they need to make the most of their final days together.
Care in Vermont provides more than just in-home care. Our trained caregivers provide compassionate care while giving you the moral support you need. 


Reliable Care for the Disabled and Elderly in Southern Vermont

At Care in Vermont, we are proud t offer the services that the disabled and elderly need in order to maintain their independence.

Compassionate, Friendly Care

We're a family-owned and operated business, and we pass that on to our clients. We hope to enrich the lives of the people we serve.

Educated Care

Education is crucial to our company. So we can provide the highest level of care. Plus, we always have an RN on duty for emergencies.  LNA classes will begin on March 7, 2022. For more information contact the office or click on the link below

Flexible Scheduling

We meet client needs by offering daytime care, evening care, 24/7 care, and hospital-to-home care. From temporary care during recovery to hospice, we do it all!

Contact Us to Learn More

Learn more about why Care in Vermont is the right care provider for you and why we're the best coordinating service to help assist the elderly and disabled in Southern Vermont and New Hampshire.

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