Personalized home care in Pasadena.
Honor provides the highest quality home care in Pasadena and surrounding cities. Talk to our Care Advisors today and schedule your free in-home Care Consult.Speak to a Care Advisor
Home care you’ll love.
Honor is doing something different. We combine the best professional caregivers with smart, easy-to-use technology that makes scheduling and managing home care fast, easy, and safe.
"When my mom was being discharged, a social worker gave us a list of home care services. I went through each one online and looked at reviews, talked to different people at the hospital, and some other friends who have been caregivers. Honor was the best option!"
We can help with daily activities, like grocery shopping, cooking, transportation, medication reminders, bathing, personal care, and much more.
If your loved one is in assisted living or other facility and isn't getting the quality attention or care needed, we can be there to help when you canʼt be.
Hospital to Home
Going home from John Muir, Kaiser, or other medical facility? We'll get you home, settled comfortably, and provide personalized, post-acute care.
Our Care Pros can step in when you and other family caregivers need a break and also provide support for other professionals on your care team.
Trained with expert knowledge, our Care Pros can provide specialized care for you or a loved one with cancer, Alzheimerʼs, Parkinsonʼs, or other illness.
End of life support
We can supplement hospice workers, providing comfort, compassion, and emotional support to family members during this difficult time.
Care Pros you can trust.
Our caregivers are the best—we make sure of it. To become an Honor Care Professional, caregivers must pass an extensive background check, screening, and interview. Then we add to their experience and knowledge with expert training, so all Honor Care Pros can provide the best possible care.Learn about our amazing Care Pros
We make caring easier.
From anywhere. Youʼre always in touch, informed, and in control.
The Honor Family App lets you schedule care, list tasks to be done, and see which Care Pro is coming to the house. If youʼre arranging care for a loved one, youʼll also know when the Care Pro arrives and leaves. After each visit, youʼll get detailed notes from your caregiver so you immediately know how the visit went and how your loved one is doing.
People love Honor Care Pros.
Honor has been a joy to work with for me and a lifesaver for my 98 year old mother. By the time I found Honor I was pretty desperate for help and they were able to quickly find an amazing caregiver for my mother. The care team was patient with me and put together a schedule that works and is affordable. Most important is the impact that having the care has made on the overall well being and quality of my motherʼs life. She just adores Grace (her caregiver) and pouts when she has to leave. We are so very grateful to Honor for working with us and taking such good care of mom.
I contacted Honor services seeking help in my home because my husband and I are disabled. Weʼre not quite ready to seek out assisted living but we need help with light cleaning and laundry. The representative advised me that they would help with driving, trips to the doctor, setting up medicine for the week and meal preparation. Iʼm excited that I have someone to call should things become more difficult.
Home Care Help Center
What is non-medical home care?
Not sure what type of help you need—or if you need care? No problem. This article explains the different ways that caregivers can help your loved ones stay happy and healthy at home.
Does my family need home care?
What are the most common reasons other families choose to set up home care? Find out here—then take our quick quiz to help you assess your familyʼs care needs.
When is home care helpful?
Home care can help for short periods of time, for extended periods, or around-the-clock in certain circumstances. Here are the most common reasons families set up home care for a loved one.
How do I find a professional caregiver?
Learn the pros and cons of referral agencies, independent caregivers, and home care agencies. Then discover what makes Honor different from all the other home care options.
Stories from the Honor Blog
Memory Care Café – SF Outings for People with “Forgetfulness”
Is your caregiver to-do list keeping you at home? Are memory problems causing feelings of isolation for you or a loved one?
Gay. Senior. Living. – A Son’s Story
A son says goodbye to his beloved 97-year-old mother—and contemplates the future possibilities of better care and living options for himself and other LGBTQ seniors.
Coat of Rust – An Alzheimer’s Caregiver Story
My mother in law, Odessa, worked as a high-school sewing teacher for much of her career. She took pride in making all her own clothes, like tailored wool suits.
One Parent with Alzheimer’s, Two Siblings in Conflict.
When our mother could no longer live on her own, my sister and I fell back into our childhood dynamic—and turned to an unlikely professional for help.
Schedule a free Care Consultation.
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