Senior Home Care

As our loved ones age health conditions and age related illness become more common and requires some form of long-term care. Professional private duty caregivers specialize in helping aging seniors maintain an independent lifestyle in the comfort of their own home.

Senior Home Care

Alzheimer's Care

Living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia is challenging and will require professionals who specialize in Alzheimer’s care. Having the care of a private caregiver can benefit not only the patient but entire family, friends, relatives and loved ones.

Alzheimer's Care

Accident or Surgery Recovery

Recovering patients are frequently discharged from a hospital with the recommendation that they obtain assisted home care from a private duty nurse. A professional caregiver can help ensure a quick successful recovery.

Recovery Assistance

Hospice Care

Hospice care provides a special way of caring for family members and loved ones facing an end of life decision. Compassionate care professionals provide delicate care ensuring as much comfort as possible.

Hospice Care

Stroke Recovery Care

We understand how challenging it can be adjusting to everyday life after suffering from a stroke. A Certified Nursing Assistant can play a critical role in assisting with daily activities and getting you or your loved one through a safe recovery.

Stroke Recovery

Special Needs Care

Caring for children with special needs or those with disabilities of any age can be challenging for any family. Having a compassionate care professional can be essential for a joyful and healthy life. Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and Home Health Aides (HHA) are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Special Needs


Our Google Reviews
Jeanette Funes , Jan 25, 2017

Best home health care provider in town. They're affordable, efficient and caring. My grandma truly enjoyed being able to stay in her comfort zone. Best part is that they have several locations so if we travel, we're allowed to keep the same great service. THANK YOU!


Bridgette Stark , Oct 28, 2016

When we needed help with my mother, Granny Nannies was there to help and gave us peace of mind. Caring for elderly parents is always difficult but Granny Nannies helped us through. We will always be grateful for what they did for my mom and our family. I would highly recommend them and would not hesitate to use them again in the future.


Erika Guardado , Oct 27, 2016

I couldn't have asked for better care for my family member. Knowing that your family is getting excellent care is extremely comforting and Granny Nannies has exceeded my expectations. Highly Recommend.


Debbie Nanus , Oct 11, 2016

We are a very close family. Our grandmother was the center of our world. She was 94 when a stroke, followed by pneumonia, followed by an abdominal infection landed her in the hospital 3 times within a really short period of time. It was enough to take its toll on her body and spirit. She just wanted to be at home and that is what we wanted for her. And, in fact, our last trip to the hospital resulted in coming home with hospice care and, additionally, the need for home healthcare. For the last 30 years, she and my mom (her daughter), lived together. Three of her 6 grandchildren, all the granddaughters, lived within minutes of them, so we were close by. My Mom had taken care of her for years, but 24/7 care was a whole different thing. We reached out to Granny Nannies and because our experience with them was life-changing, I feel compelled to share the journey with anyone thinking about making this choice. We were with GN for about a year and a half and the aides became part of our family. They all were, and will always be, true gifts to us. Two of them, in particular, had a powerful impact on our lives. They each developed their own caring relationship with our grandmother and my mom. Their devotion was evident from the beginning. The foundation of any caregiving is trust. For my mom, trust meant being able to leave her home, during the day, knowing that grandma was taken care of, that she was safe, content and happy. Trust also meant that my mom could sleep through the night knowing that an aide was quietly watching over our grandmother and helping her at night. Our aides were there for our grandmother, for my mom and for us. At the end of August, our beloved grandmother's journey on this earth ended. We are at peace knowing we did everything possible to make her last year comfortable, enjoyable and meaningful. We did this together with some very special people. If your family is considering home healthcare, if you have a loved one that you care about and want to help them stay at home, I encourage you to reach out to Granny Nannies. Talk with them, meet with them and see for yourself what an extraordinary gift they are to our community.