Exceptional care delivered The BAYADA Way
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, company founder Mark Baiada 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 20,000 home health care professionals serving their communities in 22 states from more than 300 offices.
BAYADA also supports BAYADA Home Care—an organization with the intent of operating as a non-profit 501(3) entity. Learn more about our Non-Profit status. »
While we are a large group representing many care disciplines, all BAYADA professionals share the same commitment to one unique philosophy: We believe our clients and their families deserve home health care delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability.
It’s The BAYADA Way.
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.
Home health refers to short-term nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, and assistive home health care services. These services are provided to adults and seniors who are recovering after a hospital or facility stay or need additional support to remain safely at home and avoid unnecessary hospitalization. Read full home health definition...
Adult nursing is a BAYADA Home Health Care specialty practice. It refers to care provided by registered or licensed practical nurses at home for adults and seniors dealing with chronic illness, injury, or disability. Read full adult nursing definition...
The assistive care practice is the first specialty practice of BAYADA Home Health Care. Its services include assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) and household support services for adults and seniors. Read full assistive care definition...
Pediatrics is a BAYADA specialty practice that includes nursing, therapeutic, and assistive home health care services for children under the age of 18. These services are provided by nurses and home health aides who are experts in caring for children from newborns to adolescents, including those requiring complex, high-tech care.
A BAYADA Home Health Care specialty practice, hospice is comprehensive end-of-life medical, social, emotional, and spiritual care that provides comfort and support to patients and their family members when a life-expectancy prognosis of six months or less has been determined. Read full hospice definition...
Habilitation is a BAYADA Home Health Care specialty practice. It is the education, support, and assistance to enable clients with intellectual or developmental disabilities to acquire, maintain, and improve skills related to activities of daily living. Read full habilitation definition...