Specializing in helping older and disabled adults
Home Care for Maine specializes in helping older and disabled adults stay at home, where most people want to be. Our more than 400 trained, compassionate staff are there to support you, or your family member.
We value and honor our consumers by providing in-home services that preserve dignity and protect independence. Our compassionate caregivers are supportive to our consumers through their medical treatment and aging process.
Home Care & Hospice Alliance of Maine has presented our Mollie Baldwin, CEO with the 2015 Ruby Slipper Award. The Ruby Slipper Award is presented to those who exemplify the simple phrase of “there is no place like home”. Thank you to Mollie Baldwin for her hard work and advocacy throughout the year and every year for home care employees and consumers. Click here to watch the Ruby Slipper award ceremony.
Having such good help gives me six hours of freedom each week-I get to be on my own and know my husband is well cared for.
― L.C., Portage
Dad and I feel we have found an angel and she makes our life at home beautiful by her kindness and good work.
― P.L., Orono
Worker is so good for me-she keeps me positive and makes me feel like I can manage each day in spite of how I feel.
― J.M., Bucksport
Worker is a huge part of my life and brings so much joy to my life with her energy … one of the most important things of my day. She makes me feel like life is worth living and that I am important.
― A.J., Livermore Falls
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What we offer Maine residents
Just home from a hospital or nursing home?
Sometimes we need a little extra help right after coming home from the hospital or a nursing home. We offer services that will help you get back on your feet.
Adult, Senior & Elderly Care
- Grocery shopping
- Medication reminders
- Rides to appointments
- Yard clean-up
- Baths and dressing
Arranging for Care at Home is a Family Matter
It takes family or friends working together to choose the right in-home care for a loved one. Starting a conversation about home care can be difficult, but it’s good to begin sooner rather than later. You will have a better chance of helping them continue living at home if you address issues before there is a crisis.
We at Home Care for Maine have many years of experience working with older and disabled adults. We are happy to talk with you about the best way to talk with your family member or friend. Call us at 1-800-639-3084 or e-mail us.
I highly recommend Home Care for Maine and their caring staff starting at the top right on down through to the workers that come in for my mom.
― N.S., Paris
Find your Career
Would you like to make a difference in someone’s life? We are currently looking for compassionate, caring and dependable caregivers to provide in-home, non-medical care to our elderly and disabled consumers. Many of our caregivers develop long-term, satisfying relationships with our consumers.
Home Care of Maine only hires individuals who are 18 years or older, hold a valid driver’s license and have access to an insured and inspected vehicle. Applicants must have the ability to perform the duties of the position, demonstrate exceptional job performance through references, and pass criminal and motor vehicle background checks. We provide extensive training and offer part-time positions with flexible hours.
The Self-Assessment is a tool for you to help decide if you and Home Care for Maine are a good match. The questions will just give you an idea of the job description, and may help you decide if the job is right for you.
The work you will do if hired by Home Care for Maine is very important to our consumers. Home Care for Maine hires only the most dependable, skilled and caring people.