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Finally, a caregiver service dedicated to senior care at home. As seniors age, more and more families are seeking caregiver services to fill-in the gaps. We understand this need and provide a service that will assist your loved one at home, keeping their independence a priority. Our Live-in care plans maybe the answer to your question.

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Registered Nurse On Call Supervision

Meal Preparation Assistance

Medication Supervision and Reminders

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Advanced Elderly Services

As people age, the desire to remain in their own homes close to family, friends and familiar surroundings deepens. However, the ability to remain totally independent within one’s own environment often diminishes. Over 52 million Americans spend part or all of their day assisting and caring for family members or friends who need help to stay in their homes.

Live-in Care

Is for seniors who need around the clock care and assistance from a caregiver. Live-in assistance is generally non-medical and includes such tasks as daily meal prep, medication management, shopping, errand running and assistance with activities of daily living (ADL). The client provides the caregiver’s food in some cases and a place to sleep.

Daily Hourly Care

Hourly care on a personal scale is one of our most important duties. Simple tasks like getting dressed, meal prep, more difficult actions like bathing, or even total assistance with all personal care requirements. Caregivers are oriented to your specific needs and the flat hourly rate does not go up based on the amount of personal care our clients require.

Respite Care Visits

Is planned or an emergency temporary care service provided to family caregivers. Respite care services are also a family support service. Caregivers can visit for a few hours a day or several times a week to provide family caregivers with the opportunity to run errands, go to work, take a vacation, or simply rest and recharge.


Is primarily for emotional support. Companionship for seniors who are generally healthy and who wants to remain independent at home. It includes meal preparation, light housekeeping, errand running, shopping, and of course, companionship. If your family member, friend, or loved one enjoys their independence but is struggling with everyday activities, companion care is the solution.

Meal Preparation

A ``nutritionally balanced breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared by a caregiver. It is best for caregivers to avoid time savers and spend the time preparing foods thoroughly. Our clients appreciate a caregiver who is knowledgeable about preparing healthy meals and having the ability to infuse those meals with foods that can add nutritional value to your loved ones diet.

Hygiene Care

The ability to dress and maintain hygiene are important activities of daily living (ADL), which seniors lose the ability to accomplish in some cases. We've compiled experienced caregivers' hands-on tips and suggestions for convincing a senior to put on clean clothes. Personal hygiene can decline with age. This is why we schedule a well-balanced care plan to help your loved ones age comfortably.

Custodial Care

(also called non-skilled care) helps with the activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, grooming and eating. Custodial care is a non-medical care service and typical for seniors living with Alzheimer's or dementia. (also called non-skilled care) helps with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing and eating. Custodial care is a non-medical care service and typical for seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia. Custodial care is a popular form of long-term support for seniors whose primary needs involve non-medical assistance on a daily or ongoing basis.

Errand Service

Specializing in running basic errands for seniors, such as grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions or dry-cleaning and taking a pet to the groomer or vet. Others include but not limited to transportation services, such as driving clients to doctor's appointments, shopping or even church events, etc. As people age, they are often not physically able to do everyday tasks like shopping and other routine errands. We want to assist you and your loved one tackle any of life's everyday activities. It is our goal to keep our clients comfortable and independent at home.

Medication Management

Making sure your loved one takes their medication is never easy. The proper administration of multiple medications throughout the day can be a challenge for most people, especially for the elderly. Medication management and reminders is one of the most important services our caregivers can provide. Ensuring that your loved one gets their medication on time is a responsibility in of its self. In addition, our medication reminder service ensures that the medication dispenser is per-dosed with the proper dosage by the family member to avoid incident. Not taking medications as prescribed is a warning sign that home care services may be needed.

Dementia and Alzheimers Explained

This new study examines the causes of dementia and Alzheimer's disease and what you can do to prevent it and even live with it, using natural methods to reduce its affects that causes the brain to malfunction.



Dementia is a chronic, worsening change in a person’s overall mental ability. Dementia is not a single disease, but a series of symptoms that affect the brains memory, thinking, behavior and a person’s ability to complete everyday tasks and activities. Of the more than 100 different types or causes of dementia, Alzheimer’s is the most common.

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease is a neurological disorder in which the death of brain cells causes memory loss and cognitive decline. It is the most common type of dementia, accounting for 60 to 80 percent of cases of dementia in the United States. Alzheimer's is a neurodegenerative disease.

Cognitive Change

As we get older, our cognitive abilities gradually deteriorate. A certain amount of cognitive decline is a normal part of the aging process. Some people, however, will experience a severe deterioration in cognitive skills, leading to dementia. This can make it impossible to cope with ordinary day-to-day tasks.

Our Live-in Caregiver Service Delivers

There is nothing more important than the continuity of care and results for your loved one day in, day out.

Develop a trusting relationship with a live-in caregiver

Our live-in caregiver is always there providing the same caring style seven days per week, with no disruption to the client’s routine. Advanced Elderly Services is dedicated to ensuring constant and consistent care, one on one with your loved one. Even when your primary caregiver needs a day off, we provide a relief caregiver to ensure continuous and seamless care in the comfort of home.

Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

Caring Companionship and Conversation

Meal Planning and Preparation


Staff On Call


Daily Cups of Coffee


Satisfied Clients

Improve Life Quality

We believe in our work providing in home senior care services on a daily basis. It's about helping our clients and their families improve their quality of life during the aging process, maintain peace of mind, and enjoy independence in their own homes.

We believe in the power of assistance

The Initial Call and Meeting

From the moment you call your local Advanced Elderly Services office, we begin considering you and your loved one's specific needs. On the initial call, we ask questions to form a basic need assessment.

After the call, we set up an in-home visit with you and the rest of your family – including the family member who may ultimately benefit from our in-home care services.

This visit allows us to gather even more information, answer questions and let you understand how Advanced Elderly Services can assist.

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We possess a professional, process-oriented staff ready to serve our clients and their families.

When a prospective client contacts Advanced Elderly Services, we set up a complimentary initial assessment at the client’s location to discuss the client’s needs and formulate a care plan.

If necessary, a staff member, Social Worker or RN (depending on the State regulations) will conduct a full nursing assessment to gauge the client’s status and clarify the care plan.

They determine the most appropriate caregiver for the client using the assessment information regarding the caregiver matching process. Service can commence on a per-determined start date.

Follow-up is conducted immediately after the service begins and on a periodic basis to ensure excellent care is delivered at the clients home.

Our Focus:

Independent Living in the Home

Peace of Mind for the Family

Quality of Life for the Client

Continuity of Caregivers

Dependability of Service

Ready to start homecare services? Get your loved one this special care today

Our caregiver service can provide the meal preparation, daily medication reminding, shopping and errand running, dressing and grooming, light housekeeping and laundry care. All this in the comfort and convenience of home. Nursing home care could never compare to private duty care.

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What some of our clients are saying?

Responses from some of our most valued clients and their testimonials on the benefits of our services and how it helped them in a time of need. We build extraordinary relationships with our clients. Our clients and their families continually share their experiences and appreciation so that others can know about the services offered by Advanced Elderly Service on a daily basis.

Daily One On One Care At Home

The stress of daily caregiving by the family is eliminated knowing that a dedicated certified nursing assistant is now apart of the family and continued care is provided for convenience with the clients' independence, privacy and secured, protected.

Our Caregiver can visit on a daily basis by schedule, a min. of 5 days weekly to a max. of 7 days weekly.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Basic information and knowledge base some of our clients and prospects frequently need a quick answer to.

Q: In what areas are your services available?

A: Our company is expanding rapidly, and we are opening locations throughout the United States in the near future but right now we are currently servicing Philadelphia County, Delaware County and Montgomery County and surrounding areas.

Q: Who needs in-home care?

A: People who need additional help with their daily living activities and want to stay at home rather than be institutionalized or live with relatives. In other cases, it could be people whose family caregiver needs respite or time off from their care giving responsibilities.

Q: How much does the service cost?

A: We bill on an hourly basis most of the time. The hours required to properly care for your loved one will be determined on the initial assessment interview and reviewed on an ongoing basis. Please contact us regarding our service rates and to learn more about our pricing for private duty eldercare services.

Q: Are your services covered by Medicare?

A: Unfortunately not. Medicare only covers acute skilled care, usually after a hospital stay. We can work in conjunction with your Medicare provider to ensure your loved one is receiving the appropriate amount of care.

Q: How does in-home care cost compare to assisted-living or nursing homes?

A: Most of the time, our services will cost less than those of assisted-living facilities or nursing homes. We can tailor a schedule specifically to meet the needs of our clients – so you are only paying for what you need.

Q: Is your agency licensed?

A: Each one of our locations operates under the requirements of the law and is appropriately licensed based on local regulations.

Q: How do you select your caregivers?

A: All of our caregivers are carefully interviewed and screened prior to becoming employees and general contractors of Advanced Elderly Services. Please see our Caregiver page for more detailed information.

We are affiliated with 25 of the region’s leading organizations and associations having first hand knowledge on dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Our Latest Blog Posts

A knowledge base of tips, stories and updates providing everything related to new developments in Dementia, Alzheimer's disease and senior in-home care services.

By Shawn Lazarus on February 1, 2020

Dementia Is a Type of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer is caused by plaques and tangles in the brain. These will interrupt normal cognitive functioning and result in the above mentioned symptoms. The disease progresses because there is an increase in plaques and tangles.

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By Shawn Lazarus on January 30, 2020

The Face of Alzheimer’s Disease

Currently, more than 5 million people suffer from Alzheimer’s disease in the United States. Approximately 12.5% of Americans older than 65 are at risk for Alzheimer’s, and that figure jumps to a staggering 50% for those over 85.

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By Shawn Lazarus on January 24, 2020

Living With Dementia

Dementia is a condition that impairs the brain’s ability to function normally. Several causes can be linked to the condition. Strokes, brain tumors, head injuries, and natural deterioration of mental capacities over time can all result in dementia.

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