Quality Care Connections

We connect home health care with the people who need care.

How Can We Help?

PCA Home Care

Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) are provided by Minnesota Quality Care for seniors in need. PCAs help with the activities of daily living that keep your loved one safe in their home. They assist clients with eating, bathing, walking from room to room, and running errands. PCA workers keep clients safe in their homes by being there to help with daily tasks.

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To stay safely at home, your loved one may benefit from homemaker services. Homemaker services are a lower level of care than Personal Care Assistant services and can be covered by Medical Assistance under the Elderly Waiver program. Our homemakers help with tasks such as weekly grocery shopping, cooking, laundry, and cleaning.

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Social Services

We also help program participants navigate Social Service benefits. From paper work to referrals, we are here to support as part of your health care team. Our office staff has decades of experience working with county and health plan staff. We provide custom training for each support worker based on the unique needs of each client.

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Why Minnesota Quality Care?

We know there are many Minnesota PCA agencies you can choose from. Minnesota Quality Care is an experienced home care agency you can trust to care for your family. Our company is known for its reliable care and willingness to tackle the most complicated cases.

We have served as a home care agency in Minneapolis & St. Paul since 2000. In that time we have faithfully served thousands of families.

In addition to seniors, we support individuals and families with disabilities and chronic illnesses. We can also help as needed for recovery care.

Minnesota Quality Care provides a caring environment for participants that supports the whole person — mind, heart, and body.

Most importantly, when you have a question or concern, you can simply call our office and know that our support workers will make sure you find solutions.

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Meeting Emotional Needs

An elderly or disabled person needs to feel safe and remain close to other people. Without sufficient support, participants may have difficulty sleeping, poor appetite, or an inability to concentrate. PCA home care by Minnesota Quality Care is designed to address the vulnerability, loneliness, boredom, and isolation often felt by elderly and disabled people.

Support for Independent Living

Many elderly and disabled people prefer to remain in their own home. After an assessment for CFSS services, home care is organized and a support worker assigned to keep our participants safely at home. Personal care attendants and homemaker services give seniors and the disabled the confidence to remain independent in the familiar setting they want to be in.