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Ready Hands Home Care

5600 General Washington Dr # B-207
Alexandria, VA 22312 703-750-3170

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Some aides are really good, some are really bad. Management is very responsive. - Aug 19, 2014

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Virginian Home Health Care

4900 Leesburg Pike Ste 410
Alexandria, VA 22302 703-417-9660

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They were responsive to my needs - May 05, 2020

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Griswold Home Care

105 Oronoco St Ste 100
Alexandria, VA 22314 703-259-8511

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As a new customer, I gave this agency a good rating. That was mainly due to... - Aug 14, 2021

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Adult Companion Care

1055 N Fairfax St #202
Alexandria, VA 22314 703-549-7894

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We needed short-term care as my husband was released from the hospital without... - Nov 14, 2012

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Providence in-Home Care

PO Box 8503
Alexandria, VA 22306 703-370-8202

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Recommend only with caution. Husband has Alzheimers and Lymphedema; otherwise... - Dec 23, 2012

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Therapeutic Alliance Home Health

5252 Cherokee Ave Ste 220
Alexandria, VA 22312 703-299-9068

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