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To improve the quality of life for those we serve through the delivery of the most up to date practices and innovative technology for nursing and companion services. We provide extraordinary service and safe, compassionate, individualized care, while being recognized as a leader in home care for adults and children. Specialized services including infusion therapy and wound care are offered in Sarasota and neighboring counties.

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Care Is Easier Than Ever!

Let us treat your loved ones like family.
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I’m older, cranky and perhaps a bit of a curmudgeon, but let me tell you about a ray of sunshine that came into my family’s life just when we needed it most…Susan Mahoney, R.N.

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Having a hand to hold allows me to stay in my home

Allow your loved one to maintain their happiness!
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Susan Mahoney

Administrator

Greg Mahoney

Owner/Chief Financial Officer

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Director of Nursing

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COVID-19 Tested/Client Approved

Ensuring your safety in a time of crisis Care Connections At Home, a Sarasota-based private duty skilled nursing agency recently cared for an elderly client residing in a local rehab center while she recovered from surgery. The facility was known to have residents who had tested positive for COVID-19. Our client did not exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny…

Aging Parents in Crisis: What Can Be Done from Afar

It was my mom in Pennsylvania. She tells me that she has some difficult news, that my father’s been admitted to the hospital with serious delusions and she’s concerned for their future. I hold my breath. How could this be? I had just seen my father on one of my annual visits to my hometown only a month prior, and…

Dementia and Music: A Language of Compassion

“Music heals the wounds that medicine cannot touch.” – Debasish Mridha Walking into the nursing home, my husband and I go mostly unnoticed. Feet shuffle by us without pause and faces are frozen in their expression. We feel like we’ve encountered an invisible wall standing between us and the facility’s residents. Even our smiles and small talk can’t seem to…