It's good to be cared for. It's great to be cared about!

We are dedicated to providing a premier home care experience with caregivers who share our commitment to high standards. We provide a complete approach to caregiving for the whole person - mind, body, spirit, and environment.

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Absolute Companion Care is licensed as a Residential Services Agency by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Health Care Quality. Our license number is R4138. We are also a Better Business Bureau accredited business with an A+ rating.

Why We’re Different

Our educational leadership philosophy and our model of team caregiving lead to premium care and companionship at an “executive level” – elder care you should expect.

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Professional Services

We love what we do and we’re committed to improving (not just maintaining) your lifestyle wherever you call home. Our professional in-home care services are customized to meet your unique needs.

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Become a Caregiver

Our carefully selected caregivers are extensively trained, mentored, and evaluated by an RN. They are committed to upholding our company values and mission and are our best ambassadors.

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FAQ

Want to know more? We've answered some of the most frequently asked questions about our Maryland home care services and our caregiver qualifications on our FAQs page.

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Elder Care Articles

Providing Care in the Middle Stage of Parkinson’s Disease: Part 2 of 3

Providing Care in the Middle Stage of Parkinson’s Disease: Part 2 of 3

October 22, 2021

A Parkinson’s disease diagnosis affects loved ones as well as the person diagnosed. Understanding what to expect as the illness advances is vital to being prepared for the changes in ...

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How In-Home Care Services Can Help a Loved One with Cancer

How In-Home Care Services Can Help a Loved One with Cancer

October 15, 2021

If an older adult you love receives a cancer diagnosis, it may feel as if everything is different. Things that were once a top concern pales when compared with the ...

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Non-Verbal Communication in Dementia: How to Make Caregiving Easier

Non-Verbal Communication in Dementia: How to Make Caregiving Easier

October 8, 2021

Communication is a lot more than simply the spoken word. A smile, gesture, or touch can communicate a great deal as well. As dementia advances in a loved one, it ...

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