BAYADA Home Health Care is a trusted leader in providing clinical care and support services at home for children and adults of all ages. Since 1975, BAYADA has been at the forefront of the home health care movement — working to give people greater access to high-quality care that helps them live safely at home.
Over the years, this effort has attracted other like-minded care professionals, who have helped shape and grow BAYADA. Today, our team includes more than 22,000 home health care professionals serving their communities in 22 states from 335 offices.
Home Health Care
BAYADA is accredited by Community Health Accreditation Program for meeting the industry’s highest nationally recognized standards of care.
Our Habilitation Practice — which operates in North Carolina and Hawaii and serves adults and children with intellectual/developmental disabilities, autism, and other similar conditions — is accredited by CARF for community integration, respite, and personal support services since 2008, consecutively achieving the international organizations highest level of accreditation.
Medical or non-medical services that safely support people in the comfort of home.
BAYADA employees who provide care to our clients are referred to as BAYADA caregivers, care professionals, or health care professionals. To distinguish from family caregivers, we include BAYADA in front of the word caregiver when referring to our employees who are providing care to a client.
Founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. CARF accredits Bayada Habilitation offices in North Carolina and Hawaii under their Employment and Community Services standards.