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Health Care Services In Waterford, CT


The mission of CareCo HomeHealth is to provide comprehensive, compassionate, and customized in-home medical care designed to help individuals remain in their homes, safe and strong.



Home isn’t just where the heart is. It’s where we want to be when we feel sick or injured or otherwise vulnerable. Sadly, those are the same conditions that can threaten to take us out of our home.

Fortunately, today, with the right health care partner, you can receive an almost limitless range of health care services that allow you to stay at home. At CareCo HomeHealth, we want to be that partner. Working closely with you, your doctors, and other health care professionals, a CareCo registered nurse or physical therapist will develop a customized plan of care that will be based on your diagnosis and specific health concerns. It will detail what services you will receive as well as when and with what frequency those services will be delivered.

Working together, we will address all your wellness needs and help you achieve the highest level of health and happiness possible while remaining in the comfort of your own home.


CareCo HomeCare offers a wide range of home-based medical services designed to help you remain in the comfort of your own home.

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Skilled nursing refers to the care that is delivered by licensed nurses. At CareCo HomeHealth, all skilled nursing services are delivered by registered nurses (RN) or licensed practical nurses (LPN) working under the supervision of a RN.

Rehabilitative therapies are an essential part of recovering from an acute illness or injury. At CareCo HomeHealth our goals are patient centered, meaning our therapy plans are designed to integrate your diagnosis with your personal therapeutic goals. For example, if your goal is to be able to walk to your mailbox and back, our therapists will work on that specific skill during your sessions.

CareCo HomeHealth’s staff includes medical social workers—mental health professionals who help you address the social and emotional issues that can impact your ability to achieve the goals of your Plan of Care. Services are provided under the direction of a physician and in conjunction with other members of your interdisciplinary health care team.

“There are only four kinds of people in the world. Those who have been caregivers. Those who are currently caregivers. Those who will be caregivers, and those who will need a caregiver.

Rosalynn Carter