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In-Home Care

Long Term Care Services for Serious Illnesses at Home

For over 25 years, Allied Services In-Home Services has been providing home and community-based services to assist persons with disabilities and older adults with activities of daily living. Allied Services In-Home Services is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health as a home care agency.

Our mission is to promote independent living for individuals in our community. The Independent Living (IL) philosophy is a worldwide movement of people with disabilities and older adults working for self-determination, self-respect and equal opportunities.

We are here to help you overcome challenges and reach your highest level of independence by providing quality, person-centered services in your home.

Services offered include:

  • Homemaker Services – Tasks such as shopping, laundry, light housekeeping, and meal preparation.
  • Personal Assistance Services – Assistance with self-administered medications, feeding, bathing, grooming, assistance with ambulation, toileting, transfer activities. Eligible adults under the age of 60, who are mentally alert and physically disabled, live as independently as possible in their own homes and seek or maintain employment.
  • Respite Care – Personal Care and assistance with IADLs provided on a short term basis because of the absence or need for relief for those persons normally providing the services.
  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL) – Tasks that we perform in the normal routine of the day, such as feeding, bathing, dressing, and grooming ourselves. The ability to perform these tasks can be used as a measure of ability/ disability in many disorders.
  • Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) – The activities often performed by a person who is living independently in a community setting during the course of a normal day, such as managing money, shopping, telephone use, housekeeping, preparing meals, and taking medications correctly.
  • Independent Living Philosophy – System of beliefs, concepts, and attitudes that emphasize self-direction, control, peer support, and community integration for individuals with disabilities.
  • Remote Patient Monitoring - Allied Services now offers Somatix SafeBeing™. This remote patient monitoring platform offers patients, families, caregivers, and our staff peace of mind thanks to emergency alerts and data-driven decision making tools. Learn more about how Somatix SafeBeing™ can help patients and residents here.

Counties Served

Allied Services in-home care is available in the following counties of the commonwealth:

  • Berks
  • Bradford
  • Carbon
  • Centre
  • Clinton
  • Columbia
  • Lackawanna
  • Lehigh
  • Luzerne
  • Lycoming
  • Monroe
  • Montour
  • Northampton
  • Northumberland
  • Pike
  • Schuylkill
  • Snyder
  • Sullivan
  • Susquehanna
  • Tioga
  • Union Wayne
  • Wyoming

Funding Programs

Allied Services In-Home Services works closely with the following funding sources:

  • Pennsylvania Department of Human Resources, Office of Long Term Living (HCBS waivers and Act 150 Program), which helps eligible adults 18 to 59 years of age who are mentally alert and physically disabled, live as independently as possible, remain in their homes, and seek or maintain employment.
  • Human Services Development Funds (Lackawanna, Columbia counties), which provides homemaker services to consumers 18 to 59 year of age.
  • Pennsylvania Department of Aging (Area Agencies on Aging in 23 counties of Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania), which provides personal care and support services to consumers over the age of 60.
  • Pennsylvania Department of Health, as a licensed home care agency.

For more information please call Scranton 570-348-2210, Williamsport 570-320-0649, or 800-242-1883.

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