Here in Naples, FL, home health care services can help individuals live independent, vibrant lives in their own homes, with a little help from skilled, compassionate attendants. If you are looking for an agency to send qualified elderly companion care attendants to your home or to a loved one’s home to help with errands, walking pets, attending medical appointments, grooming, dressing, meal preparation, medication reminders, and more, Collier Home Care can assist. We provide quality in-home senior companion care services as well as personal care assistance that takes care of basic needs and lets seniors live comfortably in their own homes. Browse through our site to learn more about the quality home health care services we offer to residents of Naples, FL, and the surrounding communities!

  1. 7 Tips for September and Celebrating “Healthy Aging” Month

    “Getting old is like climbing a mountain; you get a little out of breath, but the view is much better!” —Ingrid Bergman September is “Healthy Aging Month” and we’re celebrating here at Collier Home Care with seven healthy aging strategies for seniors who want to celebrate the positive as…Read More

  2. Achieving A Successful Partnership Between a Client and Caregiver

    It’s a fact of life; nobody can get along with everybody. So how can you achieve a high level of compatibility with your new home caregiver? Start by Building a Good Foundation We think it’s important to start off on the right foot. That’s why we offer an introductory first meeting with a care…Read More

  3. How to Stay Prepared During Hurricane Season For Seniors

    We at Collier Home Care (CHC) want you to stay safe during this challenging period of hurricanes and COVID-19. CHC is a private duty home care company located in Naples, Florida, and is licensed to provide companion care, personal, and skilled nursing care in Collier, Lee, and Charlotte counties. We…Read More

  4. Depression in Older Adults: How We Can Help

    Due to Covid-19, most seniors are either staying home by choice and or greatly limiting their outings or are under quarantine measures. Retirement communities such as Assisted Living Facilities or Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation Centers have closed their doors to the public, including the families of…Read More

  5. The Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Home Care

    How has the Covid-19 pandemic affected home care and what is Collier Home Care doing to keep our clients and caregivers safe and healthy? Mandatory Testing Collier Home Care provides one-on-one private duty home care services such as stand by or hands-on assistance with bathing or showering; dressin…Read More

  6. Introducing accessiBe!

    Working with elderly individuals means taking their needs into consideration. That’s why we have partnered with accessiBe. What is accessiBe? AccessiBe is the first and only AI-powered solution that is revolutionizing the home health care industry by making web accessibility simple, automatic, imm…Read More

  7. Steps to Sanitize your Home

    CDC guidelines recommend that we clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, there may be some surfaces you may not even realize that you interact with daily that need to be disinfected. Tips For Keeping Your Home Sanitized Cell Phones With the s…Read More

  8. What to Look For in a Home Health Care Provider

    Finding the right home health care provider essentially comes down to what your needs are. But finding a service that fits your needs may be harder than it sounds. One agency can provide very different services than another, offer different prices, have a different process for hiring and training nu…Read More

  9. We Are Providing Comprehensive Care Amid These Uncertain Times

    With so much uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, it’s completely understandable that you may be feeling anxious, worried, or scared about your health and the health and wellbeing of those around you. At Collier Home Care, we are committed to providing our clients with superior home health care and s…Read More

  10. Getting Together While Being Apart

    While the CDC does recommend that everyone should stay six feet apart due to the COVID-19 pandemic, distancing yourself completely can have harmful mental effects on you or your elderly loved ones. Here are some great tips on how to get some social interaction while social distancing. Calling Callin…Read More