Our Mission


We pride ourselves on quality, caring, and dependable services that are tailored to your specific needs.

Senior’s First Choice prides ourselves on quality trained caregivers who are the “Cream of the Crop”.

Quality care and dependability is the foundation for our business, and it is why we continue to succeed as a company.

Contact Us Today: (804) 789-1569

“Have the courage to say no. Have the courage to face the truth.
​Do the right thing because it is right. These are the magic keys to living your life with integrity.”

​- W. Clement Stone

To be the Premier Home Care Agency dedicated to and recognized for our passion and commitment to service, and to help and enhance the quality of life and well-being of others.​

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  • Caregivers and Nurses are committed and highly qualified

  • Carefully selected individuals who are Bonded and Insured with thorough screenings, including Criminal Background Checks
  • Experienced in caring for persons with Alzheimer’s, dementia, arthritis, stroke, cancer and many other conditions
  • Staff, Caregivers, and Nurses who are dependable, trustworthy, and extraordinarily caring of others

Making a Difference

We believe in putting our best foot forward every time. To us, doing the right thing is the only thing.

We are:

  • Professional  -Knowledgeable and experienced staff
  • Dependable   – You can rely on us to be there when you call us
  • Convenient –  We can customize a schedule that fits your needs
  • Caring  -    Our Caregivers are experienced, caring, & enjoy the fulfillment of helping others
  • Affordable – We customize our low competitive fees to your comfort level based on the needs of the client

Customer Service

When you talk to one of our employees, you can expect to interact with a friendly staff member who will take the time to listen to your needs. If you ever feel like we aren’t meeting the mark, we want to know about it.

For many people, growing older means…

  • A loss of health, mobility an increasing isolation
  • The inability to keep up with household chores and the loss of spirit and pride that comes from not being able to keep up
  • Stress and strain on the family as they struggle to help their loved one in  need
  • Difficult decisions that involve changing how and where to live
  • Environments that are emotionally uncomfortable and lonely
  • An eventual loss of independence and the ability to do pleasing activities