Older citizens who have health problems, but who want to maintain their independence in their homes with the support of a professional caregiver.
Patients of all ages who return home after surgery, and need care, supervision or assistance.
Patients who have complex treatments that require the use of medical equipment and/or medication monitoring.
Young adults, recovering from accidents or injuries, who can manage on their own - if they know an experienced healthcare worker will be there when needed.
Adults who want their parents to have quality care at home.
And millions of citizens with chronic diseases and disabilities, like Alzheimer's, heart failure, kidney disease, or diabetes, who need careful monitoring but do not want or need to enter a hospital or nursing home or skilled care facility.