AccessiCare Elder Home Care


708 Highlander Point Drive , Floyds Knobs, IN 47119

(855) 840-7257

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Description of AccessiCare Elder Home Care

"Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art."
- Eleanor Roosevelt.

Because the passion for working with older people is second nature to AccessiCare owner and registered nurse, Debra Baker, this sentiment appears on her personal care business' home page. Ms. Baker's mission is to provide quality, non-medical home assistance with CARE, COMPASSION and COMPETENCY.

Serving southern Indiana, AccessiCare is committed to offering top-notch attention to mature adults and other individuals who cannot care for themselves. Founder Debra Baker has a rich history of skills and education all contributing to the success of the business, with a Bachelor's of Business Administration and registered nursing degree covering both Indiana and Kentucky. Her delight in caring for people's needs started right out of high school when she worked in senior's homes, and found herself becoming connected to them. "I realized I got to see who they really are and had the ability to concentrate on one person at a time." The experience was the impetus to start her own home care business with the dream to provide the highest possible quality of care, while allowing her to stay home to raise her three children.


We provide care in the client's home, We provide overnight care, We provide short-term or one-time care, We provide live-in care, We provide respite care, We provide care in assisted living facilities, We provide care in hospice, We provide care in the hospital

  • Meal preparation
  • Feeding assistance
  • Alzheimer's care
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation to doctor visits
  • Personal hygiene assistance
  • Bathing assistance
  • Dressing assistance
  • Bathroom assistance
  • Hair care
  • Assistance with walking and moving about
  • Transfer/turning assistance
  • Laundry
  • Bed linens
  • Light housekeeping
  • Mail letters
  • Water plants
  • Feed/walk pets
  • Companionship/conversation, including reading to client
  • Play games
  • Shopping
  • Respite care (relief for permanent care giver)


  • Low cost, competitive for area
  • Quality
  • Competency "“ employees receive mandatory training and testing initially and throughout continued employment
  • Safety "“ caregivers are subject to pre- employment screening and background checks
  • Workers are employees of AccessiCare "“ most home care agencies use contractors

Ms. Baker is proud of her vigilance to ensure she retains first-class caregivers through her meticulous screening process, followed by a thorough testing and training program. She conducts all initial interviews herself to successfully hire staff with respect and compassion for seniors. Also unique: the agency is owned and operated by a registered nurse who retains employees, not contractors. Ms. Baker's vested interest in the client's well-being is priority one.

Agency type: Full-service: Caregivers are employees
Licensed by state: Yes
Language(s): English
Memory care: Yes
Staff includes: RN, Personal care assistants, care companions
Staff screening: In-person interview, check references, immunization check, fingerprint-based background check, sexual offender database check
Staff training: Staff members are trained when hired and receive ongoing/continuing training
Caregivers bonded and insured: Yes
Payroll, taxes, and benefits: Handled by agency
Caregivers available 24 hours a day: Yes
Care provided in: Client's home, assisted living communities, hospice, and/or hospital
Service options: One-time care, overnight care, short-term care, live-in care, respite care
Caregiver skills include: Ethics, patient transfers, family communication, transition issues, HIPAA, OSHA, memory care, communicating with dementia patients

Service Areas

47106, 47111, 47112, 47119, 47122 (+24 more)
47106, 47111, 47112, 47119, 47122, 47124, 47126, 47129, 47130, 47131, 47132, 47133, 47134, 47136, 47141, 47143, 47144, 47146, 47150, 47151, 47160, 47161, 47162, 47164, 47165, 47167, 47172, 47190, 47199