Best Care Nursing & Residential can help with activities for daily living for Baltimore seniors and the elderly.

Managing your needs and those of your aging loved ones can be stressful and tiring. You don’t have to do it alone, Best Care Nursing & Residential is here to help with in-home care.

Best Care Nursing & Residential has grown to become one of the largest Baltimore providers for the Medicaid Personal Care Program. Most seniors want to be able to stay at home as long as they can instead of moving into a nursing home. Our goal is to provide the type of care that lets them live independently at home.

Who Do We Serve?

We offer personal care services in Baltimore City, MD, Baltimore and Prince George’s County for elderly people so that they may remain in their homes and maintain basic quality of life. This is paid fully or partially by The Medicaid Personal Care Program which provides services to an individual in his or her home as an alternative to nursing home admission.

Our compassionate caregivers are available to help you with all the activities of daily living, including:

  • Personal Care and Hygiene –  bathing, showering, shaving, dressing, skin care, and dental care
  • Walking Assistance, Transferring and Positioning
  • Meal Preparation and Assistance with Eating
  • Restroom and Incontinence Assistance
  • Monitoring Acts for Safety
  • Medication Reminders
  • Light Housekeeping

We are here to help. Request Information about the Medicaid Personal Care Program or call Best Care Nursing & Residential, Baltimore at 410.415.6505.

Companionship

A compassionate home care companion is an additional service we provide beyond personal care. We can offer your elderly parent friendly support and assistance. Learn More

Skilled Nursing

As an additional service Best Care provides qualified registered nurses and licensed practical nurses to assist you at your Baltimore home.  Learn More

How Do I Get Started?

Are you eligible? You must be:
• Financially eligible for Medicaid
• Be moderately at risk for placement in a nursing home or facility
• Need hands-on personal care
• Have physicians care for chronic illness or physical or mental disability
• Have an approved certificate of need

FAQ

How often will a Personal Care Provider visit? This is determined by the assessment performed by a nurse case monitor from the local health department. See Baltimore Department of Health & Aging for more information.

Depending on the assessment, services may be provided from one to seven days a week. Once the assessment is completed the nurse case monitor will develop a plan of care with the recipient, and the appropriate training for the provider will be arranged.

What can you tell me about your caregivers, aides or companions? Home care aides are supervised by a registered nurse or nurse case monitor. Our aides and companions are chosen based on their professionalism, enthusiasm and compassion for seniors and adults.They are screened based on the standards set by the Agency for Healthcare Administration.

Contact Best Care Nursing Residential today and our knowledgeable staff will explain our services and help you understand the options to pay for it. When you are ready to get help for your loved one we can often arrange for your care over the telephone—often within 48 hours if necessary.

Request Information about the Medicaid Personal Care Program or call Best Care at 410.415.6505.