Fostering Independence. Improving Lives.

Compassion Is At The Heart Of Our Care

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Independence is the Ultimate Dignity.

We provide non-medical home care services for older adults, seniors, and people with medical conditions and/or disabilities.

Companionship

More than friendly conversation, a professional Caregiver offers person-centered care with a focus on the vital role of companionship.

Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Our Caregivers are skilled in understanding best practices in caregiving for short-term and long-term memory loss.

Meal Preparation

Meal planning and cooking becomes a highlight in the day when a Caregiver prepares food that nurtures the body & Soul.

Light Housekeeping

A professional Caregiver will help with laundry and ironing, making certain fresh linens and towels are clean and changed as often as you wish.

Transportation

Our Caregivers provide incidental transportation for our clients for things like doctor appointments, running errands & grocery shopping.

3 John 1:2 Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.”

We Offer Hope & Comfort

We know that no one cares for your loved one like you do. At Williams Loving Care, it’s our mission to come as close as possible. We work to provide non-medical home care with a difference, creating a personal bond with our clients and their families.

What Type of Home Care Do You Need?

Internal staff members from our office work with you to understand your needs so that we can recommend the home care services best for you or your loved one. Together we build a service package for your 

Our non-medical home care services include:

  • Companion Care: Companion care makes sure your loved one stays sharp and has someone to talk to and interact with and remains socialized
  • Homemaking Care: Caregivers can assist with laundry, light housekeeping, and meal preparation.
  • Hospice Care: Caregivers offer support and companionship during the final stages of an illness or condition with the primary focus on comfort
  • Live-In/Overnight Care: A caregiver can be there to help through the night or live with your family full-time.
  • Personal Care: Helping loved ones with more intimate personal tasks like bathing, dressing, hygiene and more. Caregivers are experienced in understanding the personal nature of these types of support services.
  • Respite Care: Short term care might be the perfect solution to preventing burnout as a family caregiver. Give yourself a break by bringing in a qualified care professional.

What Our Families are Saying

“I would like to take a moment to brag on this lady as well as her company, Williams Loving Care. If you need home care for your loved ones, this is the lady to call. It is a faith-based company. If she can’t accommodate your needs she will refer you to someone that can. She and her staff go way beyond the Call of Duty!!! Love you Nancy Williams!!

~Teresa Hill Matthews

“Williams Loving Care did a fantastic job getting us just the right amount of help, right away, with a really special helper. My father lost his wife of 45 years last spring. My brother, sister and I are not close by. “My independent father needed some daily help with food shopping, getting meals together and some light cleaning. He also had some specific requests about timing. Williams Loving Care worked with us very promptly to find someone available to help us with just what he wanted and needed. And when my father had a change in living situation, they again worked with us, right away, to adjust things to make sure my father is getting what he needs. I can’t say enough about how happy we’ve all been with the service, including my father.”

~Marcus Rossman

“Over the past few years, I have had to seek out and acquire home care services for several (elderly) loved ones. It really can be a grueling, rather worrisome process. You wonder if those you’ve entrusted with your loved one is reliable, truly caring and compassionate, as well as trustworthy.
I cannot express how wonderful Williams loving care is. From the moment I met Nancy, I had good feelings about the agency.”

~Ivy Franklin

Williams Loving Care Support

To some people, age is just a number. But to others, it’s a gift. Williams Loving Care welcomes the gift of age.

Does having home care result in a loss of independence?

No. Our belief is that independence is being in control of your decisions. Having home care services means being in control of your activities and retaining as much independence as each situation allows. Many of our clients just need a little help to continue living a safe and productive life while some might be recovering from a fall, surgery, or other conditions. Regardless of your situation, our goal is to enable you with the best possible outcome while being in control of your care and daily decisions.

How can I trust a caregiver in my home?

Just like nurses and doctors, professional caregivers have chosen a career in compassionate care for those in need. Williams Loving Care implements a proprietary Screening System which includes a comprehensive background check and screening for compassion, identity, integrity, and competence.  Caregivers typically come from word of mouth referrals from other happy clients.

How does Williams Loving Care attract the best caregivers?

Our Golden Rule states that ‘We will not refer a caregiver into your home that we would not welcome into our own home.’  Similar to any working professional, caregivers are attracted to organizations that build trust and embody compassion, stability, and hope. We encourage you to meet one of our local Directors and experience how they treat you with as much compassion and dignity as they afford to each caregiver they provide.

Our Service Areas

We proudly serve Alabama & Mississippi

Alabama

555 Eastern Blvd. #6 Montgomery, AL 36117

Mississippi

Greater Jackson Area

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