Hourly Care

Hourly care covers a wide range of services including; companionship, personal health care, assistance with activities of daily living and skilled nursing care.

Live-In Care

Live-In Home Care is an option for you or a loved one that needs more help around the clock.

Choosing the Right Care

The decision to receive home care is a personal one and at times can be overwhelming. Ability Nursing thrives to improve the quality of life for our patients.

Payment Options

Payment options for referred services are long-term care insurance, Medicaid, private-pay or The Vet-Assist Program.

Screening Process

To maximize your peace of mind we comply with state regulations and we take the time to confirm that all health care professionals we refer have completed our extensive background screening process.

Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

A disease unlike any other, Alzheimer’s will alter you, your loved one and your entire family forever. Facing these changes may seem impossible but understanding the entire spectrum from mental, physical, emotional, medical and financial will help you meet the challenges.

Home Care Statistics

Home Care for Seniors can be less expensive than living in Assisted Living Facilities According to Genworth’s 2012 Cost of Care survey, the national average hourly rate for home health care is $19 per hour.

Why should we choose your company over the others?

Price-Performance-Professionalism and Patience, If you are looking for someone that can easily fit in your home and seamlessly take on the responsibilities left vacant by a busy family member or a sick spouse look no further.

VIP Concierge Referral Services

The decision to receive home care is a challenging one and each individual’s specific needs should be addressed with care and consideration. Let us use our experience on your behalf and present you with a clear and realistic solution at the most competitive price.


Veterans Benefits

A little known secret from the Government is called Veterans Aid & Attendance. This is a special pension which is referred to as a non-service connected pension, because the veteran, spouse or widow does not have to have a disability which is a result of military service. Veterans Aid & Attendance is helpful for Assisted Living Facilities (ALF) residents or home health aides. Supplemental pension provided by the VA will help pay for monthly cost of the ALF or for the home health aide.


The Maximum Current VA pension rates are as follows

  • Single Veteran $1,788 per month
  • Married Veteran $2,120 per month
  • Widowed Spouse $1,149 per month
  • Veteran married to a Veteran $2,837 per month
  • Veteran benefit with dependent $2,120 per month
Our Medical Services
  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
  • Care Transitions
  • Hospice and Cancer Care
  • Long Term Care
  • Diabetes Care
  • Medication Management
  • Heart Disease Care
  • Geriatric Care Management
  • Incontinence Care
  • Stroke Care
  • Respite Care
  • Workers Compensation
  • Parkinson’s Care
  • And many more conditions…
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