Service Providers

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Found 228 providers

  • Agape Care

    Phone:

    1-800-932-2738

    Address:

    110 Dillon Drive
    Spartanburg, SC 29307
    United States

    Overview

    A regional leader in hospice and palliative care, Agape Care Group comprises Agape Care South Carolina and Agape Care Georgia. In South Carolina, we serve each of the state's 46 counties; in Georgia, our Augusta branch is the foundation of the network we will build from.

    Our new name and rebrand, launched in September 2020, united two established organizations: Hospice Care of South Carolina and Agapé Hospice. Together, we have more than 40 years of experience serving our communities and providing the highest-quality care to patients and their families.

    At Agape Care Group, we pride ourselves on our goal-oriented culture, dynamic leadership, and team-first attitude, and we’re committed to creating an inclusive, respectful workplace that reflects our core values. Our 900-plus employees are the heart of what we do, which is why we provide them with the resources and continuing education they need to excel. We strive to be an employer of choice in the health care industry, and we’re dedicated to building and maintaining an encouraging environment for our team members.

    We want you to get the care you deserve. Contact us directly to learn about our care programs. 

  • Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

    Phone:

    843-723-6915

    Address:

    1 Carriage Lane Building A
    Charleston, SC 29407
    United States

    Overview

    The mission of the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is to empower individuals with blindness and visual impairment to lead safe, dignified, independent and rewarding lives and to prevent vision loss for adults in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties as well as children in Charleston County Title 1 schools.

  • Caring Healthcare, Inc.

    Phone:

    803-772-2231

    Address:

    6B Bush River Ct
    Columbia, SC 29210
    United States

    Overview

    Caring Healthcare provides personal care services to elderly, disabled, and special needs children. We offer assistance with personal care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, companionship, supervision, transportation of adults, errands, assistance with ambulation & transfers.

  • SC Assistive Technology Program

    Phone:

    803-935-5263

    Address:

    8301 Farrow Road
    Columbia, SC 29203
    United States

    Overview

    The South Carolina Assistive Technology Program (SCATP) is a federally funded program concerned with getting technology into the hands of people with disabilities so that they might live, work, learn and be a more independent part of the community. Our goal is to enhance independence, productivity and quality of life for all South Carolinians through access to assistive technology devices and services.

  • Genesis Home Care Ltd, CO

    Phone:

    864-243-8164

    Address:

    61 Orr Street
    Greenville, SC 29605
    United States

    Overview

    Genesis Home Care Ltd, CO is located near downtown Greenville.  We provide non-medical in home care, respite and concierge services to the Upstate community.  We provide morning, afternoon and evening services.  

    Our Personal Care Aides will assist in the following ways: Companionship, Transitional Care, Errand/Task Assistance, Grocery Ordering/Delivery, Housekeeping, In-Home Meal Preparation and Personal/Grooming Needs

    We have competitive prices for private pay clients.  We gladly accept Community Long Term Clients, respite vouchers, long term care insurance, worker's compensation and VA payments

  • Kate Barron, CTRS - Senior Care Advisor

    Phone:

    843-801-1608

    Address:

    1461 Endicot Way
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29466
    United States

    Overview

    I am a Senior Care Advisor - helping families navigate aging resources. I provide in-home assessments, therapeutic recreation program and activities, assistance with bringing resources into the home of a senior, allowing them to maintain as much independence as possible. I also provide assistance with researching available funding, long term care placement options and referrals to local geriatric practitioners.

  • Lower Savannah Aging, Disability and Transportation Resource Center

    Phone:

    803-649-7981

    Address:

    2748 Wagener Road
    Aiken, SC 29801
    United States

    Overview

    We are a comprehensive resource for those in Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Calhoun and Orangeburg counties. The Lower Savannah Council of Governments helps develop, write and administer grants; provides research and date for planning and decision-making; offers access to the Aging, Disability & Transportation Resource Center. and coordinates the region’s workforce development programs.

  • Care Patrol - Midlands & Low Country

    Phone:

    803-667-4489

    Address:

    At Client's Preferred Location
    (hospital, rehab, home, or other community locations)
    Columbia Area, SC 29201
    United States

    Overview

    Care Patrol helps seniors and their families locate and transition into Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care free of charge. 

  • Care Patrol- Pee Dee & Grand Strand

    Phone:

    843-536-4498

    Address:

    450 Second Loop Rd
    #12448
    Florence, SC 29504
    United States

    Overview

    CarePatrol helps seniors and their families in the Pee Dee and Grand Strand areas find and transition into Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care free of charge.

  • The Blake at Woodcreek Farms

    Phone:

    803-828-7370

    Address:

    385 Spears Creek Church Road
    Elgin, SC 29045
    United States

    Overview

    Every Day of Life Is A Blessing.

    At The Blake, we strive to offer unmatched care that gives a joyful, relaxing home to our residents, providing peace of mind for their families. At The Blake, we encourage our residents to live life to the fullest and let us take care of the details.

    The Blake at Woodcreek Farms is an unparalleled Assisted Living and Memory Care community with competitive rates. Our suites are designed for the active senior who enjoys entertaining in their spacious apartment, engaging with their peers over coffee, or enjoying live entertainment. The Blake at Woodcreek Farms has 66 luxurious Assisted Living suites that utilize an unmatched wellness team consisting of 24 hour nurses and personal assistants. We also have an adjoining wing with 34 suites designed to accommodate persons with memory impairments.

    The Blake at Woodcreek Farms does not require a “buy-in” fee, but utilizes a month-to-month rental fee structure starting at $3925. 

    Residents residing in our Assisted Living and Memory Care suites, requiring direct assistance with medications and personal care, will receive an initial evaluation by our Director of Wellness.  The development of a service plan is designed to ensure that each resident receives the assistance they require, promoting an active lifestyle.  Personal care fees for Assisted Living are based on the resident’s level of need pursuant to the initial assessment and service plan. Memory Care is all-inclusive, and the residents have no additional fees.

  • Franklin & Associates

    Phone:

    843-762-4260

    Address:

    147 Wappoo Creek Drive
    Suite 105
    Charleston, SC 29412
    United States

    Overview

    Franklin & Associates, assist clients with a personalized plan to address long term care and Medicare planning needs for yourself or someone you care about.

  • Prisma Health SeniorCare - PACE

    Phone:

    803-931-8175

    Address:

    3555 Harden Street Ext
    Suite 203
    Columbia, SC 29203
    United States

    Overview

    Prisma Health SeniorCare - PACE provides All-inclusive Care for the Elderly living in Richland and Lexington counties.  A program for people over the age of 55 living with a disability.  The goal of the program is to keep people in the community for as long as safely possible.  The program is centered on the belief that the best outcomes happen when seniors are served in their own communities.  To meet this goal, Prisma Health SeniorCare - PACE focuses on both chronic care needs and preventive care with a medical and holistic approach. 

  • Care Patrol- Upstate

    Phone:

    864-335-8112

    Address:

    At Client's Preferred Location
    (hospital, rehab, home, or other community locations)
    Greenville Area, SC 29601
    United States

    Overview

    CarePatrol helps seniors and their families in the Upstate find and transition into Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care free of charge.

  • Senior Matters Extended Services LLC

    Phone:

    803-779-1181

    Address:

    3710 Landmark Drive
    Suite 109
    Columbia, SC 29204
    United States

    Overview

    Senior Matters Extended Services LLC is a provider of certified care management services, licensed non-medical caregiver services and certified legal guardianship services. Locally owned, family operating in Columbia, SC since 1998, Senior Matters provides certified care management services across the state of South Carolina. Our licensed non-medical caregiver services are offered in the greater midlands region. 

    Through our experience in providing certified care management services, we help navigate complex healthcare systems, legal matters, community-based programs and identify resources for seniors and disabled individuals.

    Our proven process is: Listen > Assess > Recommend > Implement > Support (24/7)

  • Lowcountry Area Agency on Aging

    Phone:

    843-473-3991

    Address:

    634 Campground Rd
    Yemassee, SC 29945
    United States

    Overview

    The Area Agency on Aging identifies the needs of seniors and disabled persons and existing services available. The Area Agency on Aging prepares a plan to meet these needs of the senior population. Whereas the ADRC will link the disabled person to the local resources available. The AAA and ADRC staff work with federal, state, and local officials, service providers, volunteers, and the private sector to encourage new services. Lowcountry AAA/ ADRC staff members are dedicated to improving the lives of the senior and disabled populations. Our staff is available to speak to community groups about the programs available.

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