Home Care Services

Consulting/ Start-Up

Are you a senior care community looking at offering non-medical home care services as a way to reach more people? Or maybe you are a business person who knows home care is the preferred option for today’s and tomorrow’s seniors and you want to get involved.

Community Home Care Consulting is here to assist you in the set up and day to day operations of running a non-medical in-home care business. Call today for more information.


(402) 805-4582
Home Care Assessment

In Home Care Services

Community Home Care provides non-medical help with daily living wherever you call home in the southeast Nebraska area.

Here are just a handful of services that we offer: Companionship, Respite Care, Hospital to Home Transition Care, Bathing, Grooming, Toileting, Continence Care, and more.

Please continue to our services page to see what we can do for you.


Join our Home Care Team

Becoming a caregiver

Community Home Care is looking for reliable & caring individuals to become a part of our Care Team in eastern Nebraska!

Have you ever been a CNA but think that you'd work better one-on-one with someone? Are you a stay-at-home mom, retired, or just looking to make a difference in your community? We'd love to hear from you! We are hiring both Personal Care Aides and Companion/Homemakers


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What our clients and families have to say about us:

Community Home Care gives TLC. It makes you feel loved.
D.V., – Client
Caregiver visits are of great appreciation to my brother and myself. It is a great comfort to know mom is being checked on and encouraged to keep active.
M.A., – Client family member
Your caregiver is a life saver for Mom. Without her Mom won't be able to stay at home.
P.R., – Client family member
Community Home Care enables me to stay in my own home.
B.H., Client
Community Home Care has made it possible for my 93 year old mother to remain in her own home which brings much peace of mind to me and my brothers.
J.J., – Client family member
Community Home Care has taken a case many caregivers won't attempt. I do think a positive influence of someone other than family is good.
P.M., – Client family member