In-Home Care Solutions

  • Family Owned and Operated with Over 30 Years of Experience
  • Caregivers are Highly Trained and Compassionate
  • Care Managers are On-Call 24/7 for Clients and their Families
  • There are No Long-Term Contracts to Start Care
  • Serving Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia Area, PA

Compassionate Assistance is a family-owned, non-medical home care provider. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality, compassionate in-home personal care to families with loved ones that are chronically ill, disabled, or aging seniors. We are the home care solution offering innovative, science-based approach to aging, elevating the standard of care for seniors everywhere.


Compassionate Assistance meticulously chooses the right caregiver for you and your needs to ensure the best experience possible. We conduct a meet-and-greet before the first visit.


Compassionate Assistance is very selective with who we hire. We train, insure, bond, and background check each of our caregivers to provide the highest level of security and in-home care.


Compassionate Assistance ensures our caregiver arrives on time, each and every time. We stay on top of this with our GPS clock-in feature on our mobile app tailored to our industry.

Compassionate Assistance is very conscientious of my needs for my husband. They make sure that they have people here to take care of him that he feels comfortable with. They’re just very caring people.

Darla B.


The amount of elderly who receive assistance in their own home.

Need help caring for a loved one? Call to speak with a Care Manager.

 Arizona (480) 468-2699 | Pennsylvania (484) 392-5144 | Wisconsin (262) 345-7622

Care Services

We take pride in not just our home care expertise, but also in becoming close companions with our clients and bringing happiness to their lives. Whether it’s sharing stories, going for a walk, or making a craft, our caregivers are there to lend a helping hand.
Meal Preparation
Good nutrition is vital to a healthy quality of life. Our caregivers can help plan out menus, shop for the necessary supplies, and cook and prepare meals as requested. We always encourage a healthy diet and help to ensure proper nutrition.
Alzheimer's Care
One of the greatest needs of an Alzheimer’s client is emotional support and genuine social engagement. Our caregiver can provide these things, exerting a positive emotional influence on the life of the patient.
Personal Care
We assist clients with mobility, bathing, grooming, dressing, eating, exercising, medication reminders, and other services so they can stay independent in the comfort of home. Our caregivers provide compassionate care with dignity and respect.
Being able to get outside gives our clients a greater feeling of independence and can improve their mood. From grocery shopping to attending doctor’s appointments, we ensure they can safely travel everywhere they need to go.
Medication Reminders
A long list of medications along with new medications that are routinely prescribed, can be difficult to manage. Our caregivers are careful to ensure that you or your loved one is taking the correct medication at the appropriate time of day.
Respite Care
We provide families with temporary relief from their roles as caregivers in whatever capacity works best for them. We ease their load so they can get the rest they need to recharge. This offers you the chance reduce stress, restore energy and keep your life in balance.
Light Housekeeping
Our caregivers help to keep our clients’ homes safe and running smoothly by assisting with common homemaking duties such as bed-making, vacuuming, laundry, sweeping, dusting, and general household organization.
Pet Care
Pets are an integral component of the social support network for many individuals. While our caregiver is in the home, we can help with daily tasks like feeding, nurturing, and caring for your pet.

Our Caregivers

Compassionate Assistance employees meet all of the following requirements:

  • 50 State Background Check
  • Pre-Employment Drug Screening
  • 2+ Reference Checks
  • CPR & First Aid Certification
  • Negative TB Test
  • Proof of Valid Car Insurance
  • Valid Finger Print Card

Caregivers are bonded, insured and background checked.

Contact Us

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Our Communities

Maricopa County, AZ

Greater Philadelphia Area, PA

Kenosha, WI

Call Us

(480) 468-2699 – Arizona

(484) 392-5144 – Pennsylvania

(262) 345-7622 – Wisconsin

Need help caring for a loved one? Call to speak with a Care Manager.

 Arizona (480) 468-2699 | Pennsylvania (484) 392-5144 | Wisconsin (262) 345-7622


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