It's good to be cared for. It's great to be cared about!

We are dedicated to providing a premier home care experience with caregivers who share our commitment to high standards. We provide a complete approach to caregiving for the whole person - mind, body, spirit, and environment.

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Absolute Companion Care is licensed as a Residential Services Agency by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Health Care Quality. Our license number is R4138. We are also a Better Business Bureau accredited business with an A+ rating.

Why We’re Different

Our educational leadership philosophy and our model of team caregiving lead to premium care and companionship at an “executive level” – elder care you should expect.

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Professional Services

We love what we do and we’re committed to improving (not just maintaining) your lifestyle wherever you call home. Our professional in-home care services are customized to meet your unique needs.

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Become a Caregiver

Our carefully selected caregivers are extensively trained, mentored, and evaluated by an RN. They are committed to upholding our company values and mission and are our best ambassadors.

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FAQ

Want to know more? We've answered some of the most frequently asked questions about our Maryland home care services and our caregiver qualifications on our FAQs page.

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Our Care Is Beyond Compare!

Elder Care Articles

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Living a Better Life After a Heart Attack

February 11, 2019

After experiencing a heart attack, it’s common to go through a wide range of emotions: relief that the ordeal is over, uncertainty about what may have caused the attack, and ...

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Is Alzheimer’s Leading to Physical Outbursts in Your Senior Loved One? These Tips Can Help.

January 24, 2019

Of the many challenging behaviors that can arise in those with Alzheimer’s disease, perhaps the most difficult is physical violence. Even a formerly mild-mannered elder can be prone to outbursts, ...

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Activities to Help Reduce Agitation with Dementia

January 10, 2019

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of progressive dementia, everyday life can feel like a puzzle to be solved. Since there are various stages ...

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