Our Services

Our caregivers provide for the daily living needs of aging, ill, and disabled adults, as well as children with special needs, in the comfort of their own home.

We offer a full range of home health services including:

  • Home Health Aide
  • Habilitation Services
  • Registered Nurse and Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy

Pediatric Services

Our staff can provide your child with full range of quality skilled services such as tube feedings, medication management, teaching and etc. across a wide range of diagnoses including but not limited to:
  • Respiratory Dysfunctions
  • Cardiovascular Anomalies
  • Endocrine Disorders
  • Ostomies
  • Neuromuscular Disorders
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Prematurity
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Congenital Anomalies
  • Peritoneal Dialysis
  • Hematologic / Immunologic Disorders
  • Neoplastic Diseases
  • Anoxic/Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • NGT / GT / JT

Adult & Elder Care

We have vast experience working with patients with memory issues, fragility, wound care, frequent falls, and more.

Our goal is to make sure that every possible need is met, and our patients are as pleased as possible.

Caring for a family member who needs extra help can be an overwhelming task. This is the reason why we work with the entire family; to alleviate everyone's concerns and to guide you through what can be an overwhelming adjustment.

The tasks we do vary according to what works best for you. Perhaps it's assisting with the housework, preparing healthy meals, helping with bathing, or providing standby nighttime assurance.

Once we develop a written care plan with you, we make sure the plan is followed and updated as needed, providing you with only the most reliable, experienced, skilled and compassionate caregivers there are, available 24 hours a day, and for any situation.

All our caregivers are our employees, and we handle all the state and federal paperwork, liability insurance, bonding, finding substitutes, training, and supervision.

Getting Started

It begins with your concern. Your worry about the health, safety and happiness of a family member in need is the real first step. Our account managers will arrange a free consultation between your family and one of our experienced Registered Nurses.

By calling to Unique Aid you are opening the door to a team dedicated to help.

Your free consultation and assessment takes place where it counts – in the home where care is needed. That's the best place for us to evaluate your needs and answer everyone's questions. The nurse will also ask questions to your family and loved one. Some of these will be routine questions about medication and diagnoses, but you may be surprised when the nurse asks “What do you like for breakfast?” or “Do you prefer a bath or shower?" These details are important to us; we use them to develop a complete care plan and make the best match between your family and one of our skilled caregivers.

When a caregiver is assigned to your family, they are assigned because their skill set matches the specific situation outlined in your unique care plan. Our goal is to match caregivers and patients who will both benefit in a long-lasting relationship. We provide regular and frequent supervision of the caregiver to assure quality of service and continuing satisfaction.

All our caregivers are our employees, and we handle all the state and federal paperwork, liability insurance, bonding, finding substitutes, training, and supervision.

Our account managers can get you started. We enjoy getting to know families like yours.

Give us a call (888) 998 - 6478 and let us help.


UniqueAID is an Equal Opportunity Employer, offering an excellent and very competitive wage scale with great benefits.
Come to Work for Us!

Employment Application (click on the image below)

  • Home Health Aide Application Check List
  • LPN-RN-PT-OT-ST Application Check List
  • Employment Requirements

    • • be 18 years of age or older. Have High School Diploma or GED
    • • clean background record from PA State Police, Child Abuse, and FBI.
    • • have a proof of Eligibility to work in the U.S.
    • • have verifiable references (minimum of 2).
    • • have willingness to provide care for people from various backgrounds without regard to race, religion, gender, age, culture, sexual orientation, disability, or financial condition.
    • • have current Physical Exam.
    • • have Up-to-date PPD (tuberculosis) test (1 or 2-step).


    Here at Unique AID our staff is provided with wide variety of training materials in addition to at least 12 hours of mandatory training a year:
    Unique Aid Training Website