Home Health Care Services in Northern Virginia.

We take pride in our home health care services in Burke, Virginia. Best Health Care Services, LLC specializes in customizing care plans for your specific needs. Your care plan may include one or a combination of the following services:

We provide services in the Northern Virginia Area, including Prince William Counties:

Counties and Cities

Virginia Counties – Local Government

  • Fairfax County (most populated)
  • Loudoun County (fastest growing in state)
  • Arlington County
  • Prince William County
  • Culpeper County
  • Fauquier County
  • Stafford County
  • Shenandoah County

Virginia Cities and Towns – Local Government

  • City of Alexandria
  • City of Fairfax
  • City of Falls Church
  • City of Manassas Park
  • Town of Leesburg
  • Town of Vienna
  • Town of Warrenton

Best Health Care Services, LLC also provides Staffing Solutions for healthcare facilities in the area. Our trained professionals can function as part of your staff in settings, such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Elderly Care Facilities
  • Clinics
  • Assisted Living Homes
  • Nursing Homes
  • Rehabilitation Facilities


  • PCA Classes (Personal Care Assistance)
  • CPR & First Aid Classes
  • Ongoing In-Service training

What is “non-medical” home care?

Non-medical home care is the type of home care most often sought after to care for elderly parents at home. Non-medical care encompasses indispensable services like housekeeping, shopping, cooking, and escorted transportation to appointments. Caregivers supplied by non-medical agencies render basic personal care for bathing and grooming, and assist with mobility to prevent accidents. Non-medical home care also provides wanted companionship, important medication reminders, and safety supervision of your loved one with Alzheimer’s. Non-medical home care is provided through agencies full-time, part-time, intermittently, or even up to 24 hours a day/7 days a week. These non-medical, custodial services accommodate your parent’s declining abilities and help them avoid institutional care so that they may age in place in the comfort of their own home.

What is “skilled” home health care?

Skilled home health care is essentially intended for short-term rehabilitation following a stay in the hospital or nursing home. For example, your Mom might need skilled nursing after being hospitalized with a bout of pneumonia or Dad may need some physical therapy when he gets home following hip surgery. Skilled services are also provided when your parent is suffering with a terminal illness. Skilled care is provided by a nurse (RN or LPN), physical therapist (PT), occupational therapist (OT), or speech therapist (ST). Strict rules are imposed on home health care agencies by Medicare that regulate your parent’s eligibility for covered care. For instance, a visit from a home health aide (HHA) to give personal care must be under the supervision of a nurse or therapist. Without exception, skilled services are provided only intermittently and never when Mom or Dad needs full time or continuous care. In-home visits to your homebound parents must be under a plan of care ordered by a physician. Skilled home health care hastens hospital discharges by facilitating the return home and helps to prevent re-admissions to the hospital by providing continuity of care.

Please contact our agency for schedules.

Do you have any questions? Call us now to speak to our friendly and helpful staff. You can reach us at 703-440-1131 or send us a message online.