Award Winning Home Care
Call Now 425.712.1999
Puget Sound’s Choice For Home Care
Award-winning and family-owned local Home Care, serving King and Snohomish counties since 1999, with the mission of setting the standard for excellence in caregiving
Call Now 425.712.1999
CareForce has professional and kind home care aides to provide you or your loved one with help with personal care, companionship, light household duties, and transportation.
Your doctor’s orders or your plan of care for home care may require that certain nursing tasks be performed in order for you or your loved one to stay safely in your home.
Finding the right care can feel like a lonely process, but you don’t have to be alone. CareFore Care Managers are dedicated to providing the best options to anyone they speak with — even if it means sending you to a different provider.
To get started call: 425.712.1999
Founded in 1998 by owners Diedrich Meinken and Susan “Sam” Miller, in Lynnwood Washington. CareForce is a private duty and medicaid home care and home health company. Serving King and Snohomish counties, CareForce takes pride in its clinically oriented model of care delivery that sets the standard in caregiving.
Whether CareForce is aiding a client in the heart of Seattle, downtown Bellevue, or North Everett– each case is managed by an RN or MSW, who writes a specialized plan of care for each individual patient. CareForce knows that its clients deserve this extra layer of clinical expertise, and that it is vital for achieving the best healthcare outcomes.
As of 2017, CareForce had provided caregivers to over 7,500 private-duty home-care and home health clients, 100 residential or long-term-care facilities, and had worked with patients discharged from every major hospital in King and Snohomish Counties.
Our mission is to improve the quality of care for vulnerable people.
Contact now for a free consultation – 425.712.1999
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Careforce began serving Medicaid clients of King and Snohomish counties in July 2017, and since then the need for services has only grown. In order