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in home care Services in Prince George's County, Maryland

We’re dedicated to delivering the best in-home care available in Prince George’s County!

Our company serves adults, seniors, and young children who have recovered from a hospital or nursing home stay or who require extra support in remaining safely at home and avoiding hospitalization. Our caregivers assist patients with such everyday activities as: ADLs, bathing, light housekeeping, cooking meals, giving the recipient assistance and companionship, errands, shopping trips to provide supplies for preparing meals and snacks, transportation to get those items where they will be consumed most efficiently (i.e., eating out), medication reminders, and monitoring of diet and nutrition. These services allow the client to remain at home rather than living in a facility.

We take pleasure in employing individuals for their compassion, knowledge, and adaptability. However, we understand that this isn’t enough to deliver the best care possible. Caregivers must also have excellent skills and competence in care — which comes from appropriate training.

About Us

Afbrima Home Care is a local in-home care agency that was built on integrity, love, kindness, and compassion. We are dedicated to being involved in the care of your loved one and fully committed to improve the lives of our clients, their families, in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Our mission at Afbrima Home Care is to provide affordable, unmatched in-home care services to the vulnerable in Prince George’s County, so that they can remain safe and comfortable in their homes and in their communities. The lack of quality care and skilled, motivated, caring associates that are properly trained is a problem in the care industry. Our company is set to provide quality care by well trained staff equipped in dealing with caring for the vulnerable with the goal of keeping them healthy and maximize their quality of life. We employ caring, competent, and excellent skilled care associates who are responsible for the needs of our clients, their families, and the communities we serve. The members of our staff will meet the state of Maryland’s educational and training requirements.

  • Live-In Experts. We specialize in around the clock care to help seniors live well at home.
  • Available 24/7. Care managers are on call for clients and their families, even during nights and weekends.
  • High Caliber Caregivers. We hire only 1 in 25 applicants and provide ongoing training and supervision.
  • Balanced Care. Our unique approach to care promotes healthy mind, body and spirit.
  • No Long-Term Contracts. Use our services only as long as you’re 100% satisfied.
  • Peace of Mind. 100% Client satisfaction guaranteed.

About Prince George's County, MD

Prince George’s County was created by the English Council of Maryland in the Province of Maryland in April 1696 from portions of Charles and Calvert counties. The official name of the county, as specified in the county’s charter, is “Prince George’s County, Maryland”. The county is named after Prince George of Denmark (1653–1708), the consort of Anne, Queen of Great Britain.

As of the 2020 U.S. Census, the population was 967,201, making it the second-most populous county in Maryland, behind Montgomery County. The 2020 census counted an increase of nearly 104,000 in the previous ten years. Its county seat is Upper Marlboro.

Prince George’s County is included in the Washington metropolitan area. The county also hosts many federal governmental facilities, such as Joint Base Andrews and the United States Census Bureau headquarters.

Afbrima Home Care is committed to offering quality driven non-medical services in the home. Our agency will always maintain the highest dignity of the patient while keeping them empowered and safe.

Our agency helps adults, seniors, and pediatric clients who are recovering after hospital or facility stay, or need additional support to remain safely at home and avoid unnecessary hospitalization.

Our caregivers help clients with daily tasks such as:

  • Activities of daily living (ADL's)
  • Bathing
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal Preparation
  • Companionship
  • Errands/Shopping
  • Transportation
  • Medication Reminders
  • Diet and Nutrition Monitoring