Serving Palm Beach County | (561) 756-9300

Our sister agencies serve:
Broward County and Dade County

About Us

Aviva Home Care is a sister agency of Always Classic Care and Always Classic Care of Broward which are fully licensed nurse registry offering in-home health care services. Our company has been in business since 2002 as a Home Care Companion and since 2009 as a Nurse Registry. Due to the increased use of our services we expanded and opened up Aviva Home Care. We serve Palm Beach County and the surrounding areas, while our sister agencies serve Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe counties. We accept private pay and long-term care insurance. Our home care services include: HHA (Home Health Aide), CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse).

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Let me tell you about the nationally accredited (NCCA) Certified Senior AdvisorĀ® credential and why I became a CSA. It was important to me to educate myself about the complex health, social and financial issues seniors are facing today. You are important and deserve outstanding service from me in my area of expertise and I want to be able to provide you with valuable resources, if and when you need them.

To earn and maintain CSA certification I passed a national background check and studied over forty hours in preparation of passing a rigorous three hour examination. I adhere to a strict code of ethics and keep my senior education current by earning 30 hours of continuing education every three years. As a CSA I hope to be a calming presence and valuable resource during what is often a crisis situation. My desire is you will see the CSA difference in the way I conduct my business and serve you and your family.

What sets us apart from our competition?
We are a One Stop Shop!
  • Personalized customer service
  • Always a live person on the phone
  • Services available in tri-county area
  • Alzheimer’s care specialist
  • Geriatric care managers
  • Elder care attorneys
  • Long-term care insurance attorney
  • State guardians
  • We go to hospitals and nursing homes

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