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Our Services Overview

Homemaker/Companion Services

It is providing help at home for the Elderly and Disabled Adults.

As we age, many simple daily household activities and chores become significantly more difficult to complete within our own capabilities and independence. Homemaker Care ensures that obstacles that can cause falls are eliminated, clean clothes are always available, fresh food is always provided, and that medications are picked up. They can help you go shopping and assist you in socializing in your community.

Midwest Quality Home Care, Inc. provides a wide variety of non-medical in home care services and duties, including

  • Meal planning, preparation, and service
  • Dish washing and cleaning
  • Light housekeeping (vacuuming, dusting, cleaning client’s bathroom, kitchen maintenance, etc.)
  • Personal laundry and linens
  • Making/changing bed
  • Help with organization (cleaning closets, sorting photos)
  • Shopping
  • Errands
  • Grocery shopping
  • And many more at client’s request…

Who can be a Homemaker?

An individual that has been hired and trained by a qualified home care provider can be a Homemaker care provider.


245D Licensed Services are based on new Minnesota Statute’s which went into effect starting January 1, 2014. As a licensed provider, Midwest Quality Home Care, Inc. is required to follow Chapter 245D policies and procedures for our Home and Community based Services. These are licensed services which needs additional regulations and oversight requirements which are intended to improve the quality of health, independence of the client’s receiving these services.

Personal Care Assistance

What are Personal Care Assistants (PCAs)?

  • PCAs are individuals that are hired and trained to help client’s with their Activities of Daily Living; including but not limited to, transferring, repositioning in bed, eating, toileting, bathing, grooming, dressing, mobility, etc.
  • Under the direction of a Qualified Professional; Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) follow a specific plan of care assessed by a Public Health Nurse.
  • PCAs will observe, redirect, and document changes in the health and behavior of a client.

Who can be a Personal Care Assistant?

An individual that has been hired and trained by a qualified home care provider.

A PCA can be a family member or friend of the client receiving services, but MUST complete necessary background screenings, and must undergo the hiring process of qualified home care provider.