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Maine Home Care's  professionally trained staff take pride in enhancing our clients' quality of life in Northern Maine including areas North & East of Augusta, Belfast, Bar Harbor, Bangor and North to our border with Canada.

Maine Home Care Services


Personal Care 

As we age or recover from an illness it can become difficult to care for one's self. Our trained caregivers can assist with:

  • Dressing/Bathing /Grooming

  • Lifting and positioning of client

  • Assistance using the bathroom

  • Medication reminders

  • Exercise programs

  • Oral hygiene


Meal Planning

Good nutrition is vital to a healthy life. Adhering to any medical instruction our caregivers will: 

  • Monitor eating habits

  • Check food freshness

  • Create meal plans

  • Help with meal preparation

  • Prepare future meals

  • Create shopping lists



As we age or recover, daily chores around the house can weigh on us. Our PSSs can assist with:

  • Laundry

  • Iron clothes

  • Wash dishes

  • Light housekeeping

  • Dispose of trash

  • Water house Plants

  • Change and make beds

  • Vacuuming and dusting

  • Clean Kitchen Cupboards

  • Clean Oven & Refrigerator



Our caregivers provide the social interaction that is important for a person living alone. Some companionship activities include:

  • Engaging the client in stimulating conversation

  • Plan visits and appointments

  • Visit neighbors and friends when possible

  • Read books, magazines and newspapers

  • Assist with hobbies and crafts

  • Receive and send mail

  • Do puzzles or games



As we age it becomes more difficult to get out and about. Maine Home Care can assist with:

  • Scheduling appointments

  • Deliver and retrieve dry cleaning

  • Pick up prescriptions

  • Grocery shopping


Returning From Hospital
Our Management Team will collaborate with other health agencies to provide added services that promote continued improvement after a hospital stay.
  • Help with dressing/bathing
  • Lifting and Positioning of patient
  • Prepare meals
  • Monitor physical therapy activities
  • Light housekeeping
Respite Care
In order for family members of the loved one to give quality care they need to take care of themselves too. Our caregivers will step in 
and provide quality social interaction with your loved one. Activities could include:
  • Mental stimulation
  • Physical activities
  • and Other companionship activities
Hospital Return
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