Home Care For Autistic Adults

home care for autistic adults

As a parent, you always want to protect your child and prepare them to succeed in adulthood. For parents with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), adulthood and independence may look a bit different. But, that does not mean that your loved one has to live dependently. With the help of A to Z Home Care, they can live an independent life with our caregivers’ support.

If you are looking for in-home care for your loved one, A to Z Home Care is Arizona’s premier autistic adult home care agency. All of our caregivers are Direct Care Worker (DCW), CPR and First Aid certified and are also put through an extensive background check to make sure your loved one is safe and in good hands.

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A to Z Home Care Caregivers for Autism

With your loved one wanting to experience life independently, you may be looking into autistic adult home care in Arizona. A to Z Home Care’s team of caregivers are caring and compassionate workers trained to help adults with ASD. As a parent, we know that you want your children to be in good hands and sometimes they may need care while you are at work or out of town and can’t go and check on them. That is where A to Z comes in. Our plan allows for flexibility and you can choose whenever and wherever you need our services for your loved one. Also, having the care of someone else besides a parent is an excellent way to give your child some independence and allow them to thrive on their own.

Give us a call at 480-360-6834 and see how we can help you or your loved one.

Here are some of the services A to Z Home Care offers for autistic adult home care.

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Meal Planning and Preparation

 Our caregivers can help teach your loved one how to cook meals and plan out meals for the day. This will help your loved one learn independence in feeding oneself and provide a fun activity for our caregiver and your loved one to do together.

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Light Housekeeping

A to Z’s autistic adult home care includes helping around the house. Our caregivers can help your loved one sweep, dust, clean dishes, and make their bed and laundry.

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 Our caregivers can help your loved one with bathing and toileting.

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If your loved one needs help with shaving, brushing their teeth, combing their hair, etc. our caregivers are there to help.

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As well as helping your loved one with items around the house, our caregivers provide excellent companionship and truly bond with you and your loved one. If your loved one struggles with communication, our caregivers’ companionship can help make communication easier.

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A to Z strives to provide top care with a mixture of humor and fun into everything we do. We genuinely want to be your second family and we ensure only the best caregivers are a part of our team.

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 Exercise is integral to a healthy life and our caregivers can provide your loved one with ASD with fun games and exercises to keep them physically active.

Home Care For Autistic Adults


Autistic adult home care does not always have to be in group homes or facilities. You can allow your child with ASD to live independently and experience adulthood, all while ensuring they are safe and have help around the house. Our goal is to become your second family. We do this by taking the time to get to know you and your child, all while creating a bond. We know it can be scary to let a stranger into your home and if you are already caring for your child, we offer the option for you to be your child’s caregiver. No matter what route you choose, you know your child will be in the best care.

All parents are scared to see their child leave their home’s safety, but it is a part of growing up and letting your child fly. For parents with children with ASD, these concerns can be amplified, and A to Z Home Care helps relieve some of those concerns by taking care of your loved one. Your child may also be scared to live independently and our caregivers can make that transition into independent living a bit easier for them and you. We will communicate with you to ensure your child is doing ok and progressing through our care.

When your child starts to express their desire to live independently, sit down with them and talk to them about what they will need help with. Get their input and combine it with your observations of what your child will need extra care with and that will help you determine what services your child will need in their home and new independence.

A to Z Home Care’s primary goal is to make the quality of your child’s life good and help their transition into adulthood as easy and seamless as possible.

Call us today and get the care and companionship your loved one with Autism Spectrum Disorder needs.

How to Become a Caregiver

If you’re hesitant about letting someone you don’t know take care of your loved one, simply work with us to get FREE certification and become a paid caregiver and provide professional home care!

We know that caring for a loved one can take its toll on your time and income, that’s why at A to Z Home Care we often train family members to become their loved one’s assigned caregiver.
We can help you get ‘Direct Care Worker’ (DCW), CPR and First Aid certified so you can get paid to take care of your family member(s).

How it Works

Apply for a caregiver in the form to the right and check the ‘I would like information on becoming a caregiver for a family member’ box.
We’ll then schedule an initial call with you to tell you more about what we do, as well as learn your needs.

Who Pays for the Care

Insurance companies pay for the care and A to Z Home Care cover the cost of the training
Once you pass the certification, you are assigned as your loved one’s caregiver and we pay YOU to take care of them. It’s that simple!

Become a part of our professional home care team today!

Have questions? Contact us

We absolutely believe we are the best people to care for your loved one. However, we also know what a big decision choosing the correct homecare partner is and that you may have some questions. Our professional care team is on hand to answer all of your questions, so call or fill out the below form today and we’ll get in touch with you right away