Boutique Concierge Home Care

Ongoing care doesn’t have to mean moving to a medical facility. Anchor Select provides a way for your loved ones to age in place without sacrificing their autonomy or comfort. 

Keep your loved ones

close and cared for.

The Anchor Pledge

At Anchor Select, we pledge to provide the highest quality of life possible for each and every one of our clients. Whether that means help around the house with weekly nursing visits or a full ICU setup at home with round-the-clock care, you can rest assured that we will do everything we can to make the transition to ongoing care as easy and stress-free as possible, with high quality service and a staff that genuinely cares.

Services

At Anchor, we start with you. Every client is unique, and consequently, so is every solution we provide. Giving you a higher quality of life is our top priority.

 

Anchor’s core offerings can be broken down into the following services. Each one is designed to feel like a concierge service – a boutique feel, with white-glove handling.

 

Click on a service to learn more.

What our clients are saying

FAQ

We’re committed to making your home care experience as safe and comfortable as possible, which is why we make sure all of our HHAs and RNs are licensed and able to pass background checks and health and drug screenings before they are allowed to undergo our comprehensive testing, orientation, and in-house training regimen.

Yes, all of our caregivers are insured.

Our RN will conduct an assessment at your facility and create a care plan with suggested services to fit your needs. Once the assessment is complete and the RN makes a care plan, our geriatric care manager will make sure it fits your needs.

A Geriatric Care Manager (GCM) acts as an advocate and trusted advisor on behalf of the patient. Your GCM will be familiar with your particular case, and can help you make informed decisions about your care.

We’ll consult with your doctor to make sure your care plan is going to best fit your needs.

Yes, you will be able to interview a selection of potential caregivers that have already been vetted by us, to see which one is the best fit for your lifestyle and personality.

A live-in aide is a caretaker for those who need round-the-clock care. Unlike other caregiver arrangements, a live-in aide requires a place to sleep and meal breaks.

Yes, your caregivers are available to continue tending to your needs while in the hospital.

No. However, it is polite to provide for live-in aides and caregivers working long shifts.

Yes. Please specify if this is something you require to the nurse before services. All specific requests and dietary restrictions can be made at the assessment and we will accommodate.

We can get your home care set up on the same day you reach out.

Compassionate care begins with contacting us.