Carina believes everyone deserves compassionate care and they’re helping bring it closer to home for you and your loved ones!

Carina believes everyone deserves compassionate care and they’re helping bring it closer to home for you and your loved ones!

Find a homecare match, right here in King County

Carina homecare offers a safe and affordable alternative to long-term care

Finding reliable and trustworthy homecare can sometimes be easier said than done, but if you choose Carina to help you in your search, it’s as easy as 1-2-3! Here’s why:

Step 1: With just one click, let them know your homecare needs.

Step 2: Sit back and relax while they contact multiple homecare agencies — free of charge — to find the best options for you.

Step 3: Within two business days, you’ll hear back from an available agency to set up a free home visit.

With just three easy steps, safe and affordable homecare is within your reach. Whether you’re seeking care for yourself or a loved one, keep reading to learn more!

About Carina

Carina is a not-for-profit organization funded by King County’s Veterans, Seniors & Human Services Levy, that connects individuals with trustworthy homecare at no cost. They believe everyone deserves compassionate care, and know searching for the right support can be hard. Let Carina do the work, so you don’t have to!

Why choose homecare:

Home is usually the safest place for most people to be — especially as COVID-19 continues to spread. Finding an in-home caregiver through Carina keeps seniors safe in their own homes and is an affordable alternative to long term care facilities. Staying at home helps seniors maintain independence and dignity, and assistance from a licensed caregiver helps avoid injuries and health issues.

Why choose Carina:

First and foremost, Carina is trustworthy. Since 2017, their team of knowledgeable professionals have connected more than 50,000 individuals in Washington with licensed home care help for themselves or their loved ones.

The dependable caregivers are background-checked and trained in their field, and with union wages and benefits they’re an incredibly reliable team. Multilingual caregivers are available, which means they can care for all communities!

Another reason to choose is Carina is their passion for compassion. They know what it’s like to look for trustworthy, dependable care for a relative with dementia, diabetes, or a broken hip. They give everyone a quick, easy and reliable way to find trustworthy homecare.

The care professionals you can connect with on Carina can assist with

  • meals & shopping
  • bathing & dressing
  • light housekeeping
  • transfers & transport

As the holiday season approaches, give yourself the gift of peace of mind and choose Carina today!

Visit them online to learn more.


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