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From helping a family member become certified as a PCA in Minnesota to evaluating your eligibility for medical assistance, Best Care is here to help. With such a wide range of personal care services available, making the right choice for you or a loved one can feel overwhelming. With countless home care agencies from which to choose combined with the mandatory paperwork, timekeeping, legal requirements, and so on, having a trusted ally there to advocate on your behalf every step of the way is a key piece to receiving the best home care possible.

Best Care provides ongoing support and guidance to help you achieve a safe, comfortable independent living solution.

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Discover a team of experienced home care professionals, ready to help guide you on your PCA journey

Senior Home Care Services

PCA services for senior home care allows aging parents or grandparents to stay in their homes or community while still receiving the assistance they need.

Whether special consideration needs to be given to a physical limitation or a disease, such as Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, in-home care provides support for daily activities and community involvement.

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Services for Adults Living with Disabilities

Whether you need temporary relief or extended home care for an adult, child, or sibling living with disability, we can help.

Connect with our staff to explore PCA training for a friend or family member who is interested in pursuing a career in caregiving.

Best Care’s home care options give you the support system you need without compromising the level of care your loved one deserves.

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Home Care PCA Services for Autistic Children

For children with special health needs or developmental delays, such as autism, in-home care offers the attention and devotion needed while allowing parents to take the time for other daily activities.

Unlike with seniors or adult children, parents and stepparents are not eligible to become certified as PCA for minors; however, siblings, grandparents, or other family members are eligible to work as paid family caregivers.

If you would like to hire a friend or family member to become your PCA, let Best Care guide you through the process.

Visit our employees’ page to learn more! For questions about family caregiving or whether you’re eligible to receive PCA services, contact Best Care today!