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Visiting Angels
Contact: David Forman
28350 Lewes - Georgetown Hwy
Milton, DE 19968
Phone: 302-329-9475

Why Visiting Angels

"Your relationship with an owner of the company begins during your initial assessment and continues throughout care.  You'll have access to the cell phone of an owner or designated director 24/7, 365  days a year and we respond after hours in fifteen minutes or less!"

At Visiting Angels our primary goal is to help you or your loved one retain independence at home.

Our compassionate "Angels" can help with:


  • Hygiene Assistance
  • Meal preparation/Diet monitoring
  • Light housekeeping
  • Errands and shopping
  • Medication reminders
  • Joyful companionship
  • Respite for family caregivers
  • Affordable hourly rates!  From a few hours to live-in care, temporary or long-term.
  • Never a financial obligation to continue!


Affordable hourly rates!  From a few hours to live-in care, temporary or long-term.

Never a financial obligation to continue!


You Are In Charge – We’re On “Your” Schedule

You are in charge of everything. Visiting Angels will not dictate to you what your schedule is to be (i.e. what time to get up, when to bathe, meal schedules etc.). It is our job to adjust to your schedule and to see to it that you remain comfortable in your own home. Visiting Angels - senior home care at its best!


Bonded, licensed and insured

All Visiting Angels senior home care agencies are required to be bonded and insured. In states where licensing is required it is our policy that they have the appropriate license that permits "hands-on" care. This can give you the peace of mind that a trustworthy caregiver will be in your loved one's home.


See respite care case study from WDDE, click here.


Weekends and Evening Appointments No Problem!
(302) 329-9475


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