Our Caregivers

Georgetown Home Care is devoted to providing the most professional, reliable, and friendly caregivers in the industry. Our caregivers provide assistance with such activities as errands, transportation to doctors, medication reminders, housekeeping, laundry, grooming, dressing, bath safety monitoring, and more. All services and schedules are tailored to the needs of the client, and our caregivers are available for hourly, daily, weekly, overnight, 24-hour or live-in assignments.

Our wonderful aides truly have a passion for providing care – and they are OUR employees, thoroughly interviewed, screened and background-checked (state and national), trained and oriented, bonded and insured. We have rigorous hiring practices in which all applicants go through tests and screenings focusing on skills, experience, attitudes, and placement into homes. Most importantly, each and every one of our caregivers must be dependable, warm, and caring people. Many of our staff members have extensive experience caring for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients.

The national average caregiver turnover rate was over 70% in 2022. In contrast, Georgetown Home Care had a caregiver turnover rate of less than 6% in the same year. Our caregivers are dedicated not only to the company but to each patient that they interact with.

Employee Training and Qualifications

Our caregivers are the cream of the crop. They are totally committed, highly qualified, and carefully selected individuals who are dependable and extraordinarily caring of others.  In order to ensure this, we look for warm, honest, caring people and then we help them boost their skills to become the best the industry has to offer. Our caregivers have access to free caregiver training provided by IPCed.

In addition to their previous experience, our caregivers must have a state license (CNA, PCA, or HHA) and will receive continuous training, guaranteeing that Georgetown Home Care’s caregivers remain the bar-setting home care professionals in our community.

A special group of caregivers also receive professional training to care for patients recovering from COVID-19. While not mandatory, the caregivers in this program find it rewarding to respond to needs in the community in this way.

Contact Us Today

If you or your loved one are in need of exceptional in-home care services, our team is ready to connect with you. You can fill out the “Contact Us” form on the right or give us a call at one of our offices:

Washington D.C.: 202-831-4536

Maryland: 301-945-8750

Virginia: 571-581-6374

We look forward to hearing from you!