Call Us Today: (971) 340-4829

Regency Home Care

Delivering Excellence in Caregiving

About Us

In-home Assessment

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Call us today:  (971) 340-4829

  • No Deposit Required
  • Guaranteed Service
  • Service Down to 1 Hour
  • No Contracts
  • No Low-ball Pricing
  • No Setup Fees
  • No Cancellation Fees
  • No Monthly Management Fee
  • No Hold Fees

Our Service Area

We serve the greater Portland metropolitan area including Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas Counties.

Testimonials

My mom was so happy with the services you provided. We really appreciate that you were able to make a difficult situation more tolerable. 

- Colleen, Lake Oswego, OR

Your care for my brother Richard in Oregon has been impeccable. We had no problems or concerns. Thank you very much.

- Jim, Grand Rapids, MI

Your service commitment is so great we thought you were a faith-based organization. What a difference you've made in the quality of the lives of our community residents.

- Jeff, Residential Manager,

Hillsboro, OR

Our Purpose

To improve the quality of people's lives, every day, their way.


We live and achieve our Mission every day by ensuring a superior customer service experience in the provision of our personal care services, customized

to the needs and desires of each individual.

 

Company History:  30 Years in the Making

Regency Home Care was founded on the personal experiences of Don Irish in caring for his own stepfather in the late 1970s, who was left a quadriplegic after suffering a work related accident.  Don's family tried hiring agencies, companies and individuals to provide care, but there were constant problems in getting them to live up to their promises or show they really cared.  Because of constant and continuing difficulties and disappointments, Don started an in-home care company to gain control over his own situation.  While achieving that improvement something surprising happened.  His stepfather's physicians were so pleased with the level of care, service and coordination his stepfather and they were experiencing that they began referring many of their other patients needing similar support.  Don's family realized that out of their own tragedy something good and positive could be established to help others faced with similar home care needs.