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About Us

Let Us Introduce Ourselves

At Home Senior Care of Broward founder Phyllis Timlin with her motherAt Home Senior Care of Florida is where you come when you want the highest quality care for your family members. Owner Phyllis Timlin, a registered nurse, opened the registry in 2005 when she observed the need for professional, compassionate caregivers. After receiving her Bachelors degree, she spent over 15 years of her now, 28 year nursing career working with seniors and the geriatric population both in New England and the South Florida area, where she currently resides with her family and 90 year old mother.  She furthered  her education by specializing in enterostomal therapy; chronic wounds and ostomy care. Ms. Timlin recruits each high quality caregiver and then refers them to the client. Her hands on approach includes being the liaison among clients, caregiver, families and long term care insurance companies. Situations vary when it comes to senior health care. We have a Registered Nurse that is available 24/7 for staff members to contact with emergency situations as well as an office staff that is prepared to assist you during office hours.

Our Mission

At Home Senior Care of Florida’s mission is to set the standard for quality in the home care industry by referring highly-personalized, compassionate and cost-effective home care that enables our clients to function independently in their community. We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life while preserving all aspects of diginity. We know that trust, dedication and communication skills are essential in providing you with the best assistance. Our clients’ satisfaction and safety are our #1 priority.

Small family style approach. It’s good to be home!

Why Choose Us?

At Home Senior Care has been helping residents of Broward, Dade & Palm Beach Counties receive a variety of quality home care services. We are the area’s experts for seniors seeking appropriate in-home aide referrals and receive the kind of care they require.

  •    Part time, Full Time or Live-In Care.
  •   All caregivers undergo a rigorous screening process; National Finger Printing, Reference Checks. Valid Work Authorization
  •   Current Heallth Certificates, Professional Insurance, CPR, plus all Educational Requirements Verified
  •   Client sets the Schedule,Services and All aspects of a home care relationship between You and the Caregiver
  •   Long Term Insurance , Medicaid LTC, Private Pay accepted

 

Current clients and professionals in the community have commented that the following qualities led them to us:

  • “The owner is a Registered Nurse with 25 years of experience and 15 years in the home care area. She understands the many complex situations that can arise.”
  • “The company is operated by its owner everyday, so all concerns are addressed immediately by the owner”
  • “The company is open 7 days a week with a Registered Nurse on call 24 hours, so a professional can be reached by phone after office hours..”
  • “They accept direct payment from my long term care insurance company, so I don’t have to worry.”

 


August 1, 2010 saw changes in the law, passed by the Florida legislature  (Chapter Law 2010-114), which significantly modified the background screening and hiring process for many service providers regulated by a variety of state agencies including health care providers licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration  under Chapter 408, Part II, Florida Statutes (F.S.). Florida Statutes now make it mandatory for health care givers to undergo a Level Two Background check. AT HOME SENIOR CARE OF BROWARD is within the class of home care agencies, nurse registries, and homemaker companion firms that must comply with this kind of screening procedure. A Level Two background check necessitates that our employees, independent contractors and subcontractors; anyone that we introduce into our client’s homes, must be fingerprinted and be scrutinized to be in compliance with Florida Statute 408. (AHCA), The Agency for Health Care Administration determines a caregiver’s individual eligibility to be associated with AT HOME SENIOR CARE. The Registry serves as the custodian of records for the caregivers affected by the Statute. The (F.D.L.E.) Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the F.B.I. completes a criminal check to certify that each caregiver is free of crimes of moral turpitude to satisfy the Statute. This protocol screens caregivers not only in Florida, but out of state issues that a caregiver may have been involved in his or her past. AT HOME SENIOR CARE utilizes a State recommended vender to double check all required screening.  Additionally we go further than the Statutory requirements and check our caregiver’s driver’s license validity , as well as credit checking to determine character quality. When someone is appointed to enter your home, you have a profound need to know that this individual has an excellent track record.