CARE Inc. - Preserving Independent Living At Home

We truly CARE about your family. It’s why we are in business as one of Louisiana’s oldest and largest premium home care service providers. All of our CARE plans are customized for the needs of your loved one or family member. Whether you need someone to just help with errands and companionship, or around the clock assistance, we provide in-home CARE services 24/7.


Supporting independent living helps your special family member to maintain comfort and live life to the fullest


CARE, Inc. is fully licensed and insured to give you peace of mind that your special family member is properly cared for. We take pride in giving undivided attention, ongoing training and supervision, hundreds of CARE workers and four growing offices in Baton Rouge, Laplace, Covington and Hammond, LA, to ensure the care of your loved one is our top concern. Our primary CARE services include:

  • One-on-one Personal Care
  • In-Home Companionship Programs
  • Independent Living Assistance & Support
  • Specialized Care for Special Needs
  • Caring for Children with Disabilities
  • Care for Victims of Accidents or Illnesses who Require In-Home Assistance

Among the many benefits of choosing CARE, Inc. to assist with your loved one, you will find that our employees strive to exceed expectations with a genuine attitude of helpfulness. From meal planning and household chores; to transportation and errands, we work diligently to make sure your family member’s needs are met.


Take a look at the many CARE services we offer to find the right solution for your family. We look forward to providing you with exceptional CARE!

Recent Blog Posts

The flu can spread like wildfire during flu season (hence the term), and often times once one member of the family catches it, the rest of the household does as well.  The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found that the flu virus gets spread days before any symptoms appear in the person infected.   It also remains contagious for up to seven days after the person gets sick, giving the virus a large window of time with which to spread.  Luckily, there are some very effective methods you can use to protect yourself and the ones you love during flu season this year and for years to come.  

Winter months bring freezing temperatures and slick surfaces, which can be especially dangerous for seniors.  Caregivers and seniors should pay close attention to the following winter safety tips to prevent unnecessary illness or injury. 

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