Now you can stay at home and get the care you need from professionals.
Getting the support you need is essential to your health. Prince's Employment Agency knows this and has the staff that you can trust with your assisted living and personal care needs at home.
Contact Information
  • 83 Middle Neck Rd.
    Great Neck, New York 11021
  • Phone: 516-482-7467
    Fax:     516-482-1861
    24/7 Emergency: 516-482-7467
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Great Neck NY Staffing Services

Being in the in-home health field, we understand that each client is different, encompassing various needs. Therefore each client is fitted with an employee that has been specifically tailored to meet that client’s individual needs. At Prince Employment Agency we have an equipped staff of home care professionals including long and short-term caregivers, certified nurse aids, home health aides and care managers.

Our Home Care Agency in Great Neck New York can render all inclusive services such as:

  • Concierge Service
  • Alzheimer
  • Dementia Care
  • Home Care
  • Hospital Care
  • General Companionship
  • Safeguarding
  • Socialization
  • Arts and Craft
  • Assistance With Cooking and Baking
  • Medication Reminders
  • Appointment Reminders
  • Community Activities
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Pharmacy Visits
  • Making Beds/Changing Bedding
  • Laundry
  • Dry Cleaning (pickup/drop-off)
  • Kitchen Cleaning
  • Bedroom/Bathroom Cleaning
  • Transportation
  • Walks

We know you may have question about our services and how you can acquire them at home for yourself or a loved one. Here are some questions that we usually receive from clients and their corresponding answers about our Home Care Agency in Great Neck New York. We hope that this will be a helpful guide for you.

1. Will you be able to deliver in home services at my home?

Our services area covers Manhattan, Bronx, Suffolk County, Nassau County, Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn, and Westchester County.  If you live in or near the following locations, we will be able to to provide home care staff to attend to your health management needs.

2. How can I make sure the caregiver you send me is capable of taking care of me?

After our assessments and collaboration with your physician, we prepare a care plan that is specialized to meet your personal needs and conditions.  Prince Employment Agency has screened its staff, making sure we only have the competent, experienced and values-oriented people in our team.  If you are not satisfied with the caregiver we have sent you, you can always contact us to change your care provider.

3. Do you give medication to my loved ones?

Prince Employment Agency in-home staff can only perform medication reminders and we cannot give out or administer the medication ourselves.  However, if you require medication administration or intake assistance, we can arrange for a nurse to visit you at home and provide this service.

4. Do you accept emergency late night calls or urgent overnight services?

Prince Employment Agency acknowledges the fact that we do not know when moments of crisis will arise.  Aside from your laid out schedule, we also respond to emergency calls.  We accept overnight services to depending on availability of staff.  To learn more about how and when we can respond to your requests, please call us at (516) 482-7467.

5. Can I change or discontinue the services my loved one receives from Prince Employment Agency?

Yes. At Prince Employment Agency, you always have the freedom to change the number or kind of services we provide to you or your loved one whenever you think it is necessary.  Health conditions can rapidly change.  Here at Prince Employment Agency, we make sure we are able to adapt readily to meet your needs.  Clients are not bound to a long-term contract unless specifically entered into at the start of service provision.  You can discontinue receiving care from us at your choice.

6. What are the costs of your services?

We take into account some factors in the determination of the cost of the in-home care services provided. We consider the following:

  • Number of care hours per day and number of days per week
  • Type of in-home care services provided
  • Location in state where the services were given