What We Do
We believe compassion is integral to in-home care. At A to Z Home Care, we take care of you. From meal preparation to cleaning, transportation, hygiene, and grooming, we are here to help.
At A to Z Home Care we become you and your loved one’s second family. We believe it’s important to bond with our patients as their caregivers. For us, it’s more than just helping your loved ones with their daily tasks and medical needs. Our devoted care professionals take the time to get to know you and your loved ones so you feel comfortable with us in your home.
Along with providing expert care, we incorporate a fun-loving environment that shows our patients we truly care about them and their well-being.
Why A to Z Home Care?
We know first-hand how difficult it is to leave loved ones in the care of strangers, this is why we only hire the best, most compassionate caregivers. We ease concerns and bring peace of mind by ensuring all of our carefully assigned home care professionals are ‘Direct Care Worker’ (DCW) certified and go through strict background checks to ensure the safety of your loved ones. Only the most trustworthy and caring professionals work for us and are allowed the privilege to care for your family members.
What Distinguishes Us From Other Home Care Professionals?
We are dedicated to going above and beyond for our patients and their needs. We don’t see our patients as just patients, we see them as a family and they are treated as such.
To showcase this, A to Z Home Care has been rated an A+ by the Home Care Standards Bureau. Being the very best is something we pride ourselves in. See why so many others have put their trust in us as their loved ones’ home care provider today!
Meet the Owner
Vlad Musaelyants opened A to Z Home Care in 2014 in order to give family members the opportunity to provide first-rate care to their loved ones and receive payment for it. Musaelyants knows first-hand what it is like to be a caregiver- he tended to his grandmother as she got older. He wanted to share the benefits of caregiving, not only for those being cared for but for the caregiver as well.