About Us

Home Care Services in
Sedona, Arizona

As a provider of home care services in Sedona, Arizona, we want you to trust us with your personal care and home health needs. Learn who we are and what we stand for.

About Us

Home Care Services in
Sedona, Arizona

As a provider of home care services in Sedona, Arizona, we want you to trust us with your personal care and home health needs. Learn who we are and what we stand for.

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Who We Are

Choosing the right Home Care provider is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Caregivers will be trusted with the health, happiness, and safety of a loved one. That is why it is important to choose only the best.

Caring Hearts of Sedona has over 19 years of experience providing the highest quality in-home care and residential settings in Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, and the surrounding areas. Whether you are looking for 24/7 care or something less, Caring Hearts of Sedona is here for you and your loved ones.

CARING for you and your loved ones is at the HEART of what we do.

Our compassionate caregivers provide non-medical home care services to families and in Sedona, Village of Oak Creek, and the rest of the Verde Valley.

We are CARING HEARTS and we are ready to meet your family’s home care needs.

Theresa Weber

Theresa Weber, LNA (Owner & Founder)

Caring Hearts of Sedona started nearly 20 years ago as an independent, locally owned, family-operated home care agency focused on caring for seniors in residential and facility settings.

Since 2003, Caring Hearts of Sedona has provided compassionate care to families and their loved ones through all aspects of caregiving. Connecting with families, clients, and caregivers on a personal and professional level allows the true meaning of providing a warm, caring service that comes from the heart.

We look forward to providing you and your loved ones with a fine team of caring individuals who are here because they really care about others and want to make a difference in someone’s life.

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Gloria Weber

Gloria Weber, Administrative

Gloria came on board as Caring Hearts grew. She brings an abundance of experience, knowledge, and understanding to the team. She understands the importance of goal-setting and the value of making a personal connection with others. “I feel this is the initial step in achieving cohesiveness and is an essential process to ensure compatibility and satisfaction,” says Gloria.

Gloria provides her expertise and assistance part-time as she begins to enjoy the next journey in her life and the golden years of retirement. She enjoys a number of hobbies, staying actively social with friends and family, taking walks, gardening, playing games, and brushing up on her documental history.

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Arleth Tarin

Arleth Tarin, Care Coordinator

Arleth was born in Lemont, California, however, she was raised in Cicero, Illinois. She is the middle child of five children in her family. Arleth is happily married and during her free time, she loves shopping, watching movies with her family, cooking, listening to music, going to Mexico or Chicago to visit family, exploring new places, and going for late walks. She moved to Arizona in 2015 and for the last two years, she has been with Caring Hearts of Sedona.

Since 2016, she has been working as a caregiver giving clients the compassion and the care that they deserve. Her background in caregiving and as a licensed medical technician has been really helpful for her in providing clients with the very best care. “I personally love and enjoy helping the elderly and young people with their daily activities,” says Arleth.

Our Caregivers

In selecting our caregivers as employees, we truly look for caregivers who are wanting to make a difference in the lives of others.

Our team is highly qualified and experienced and subject to the most thorough background checks. We recruit only the best, so you can relax in the knowledge that your loved one will be expertly cared for.

  • A wide variety of background, experience, training/certifications
  • Available up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Professional, Dependable, Compassionate
  • Bonded and Insured
  • Covered by Workman’s Compensation Insurance
  • Trained for Specialized Care such as Alzheimer’s
Caring Hearts of Sedona Caregiver with a Client

How to Pay for Home Care

The majority of people are not prepared for the possibility of needing care at home as they age. Whether it is non-medical or medical care, home care is essential to safety and well-being, however, it is generally not covered by insurance or by Medicare.

The following options can help you plan ahead so that you can get the services you need even if you have limited funds.

Long-Term Care Insurance

Another way to fund care is through long-term care insurance. You may already have some form of long-term care insurance in place like an employer-sponsored plan if your job offers it; otherwise, you can find an individual policy to cover your needs. Long-term care insurance is an excellent way of providing for future care. You will be able to select how much coverage you want and what type (or types) of expenses it covers. This includes daily living activities like dressing and eating as well as skilled care.

If you are able and willing to take out a policy, it may be worth considering. Policies can range in cost from $2,500 per year for a couple in their mid 50’s, to $14,000 per year for a couple in their early 70’s.

Even if you are not able to purchase insurance, there are various ways of planning ahead for future care needs. Contact us today to learn about the options available for your Home Care needs.

Some of the plans we work with are:

We’re Here to Help

Long-term care insurance is designed to help cover the cost of health care and living assistance when you need it most.

If you have questions about how to start home care services for a loved one, or what services are covered under long-term care insurance, we’re happy to help. Please call our office at 928-284-1948 today or click the button below to request an appointment.

Private Pay

One of the easiest and most popular ways to provide for future care is through private pay, which can be arranged in a number of ways. One way is to have family and friends set up an account that you can draw from as needed, so they will know when the money should be drawn down on your behalf. Another way is to arrange for a credit line with your bank so that you can draw from the account as needed. This approach might be appropriate if you want to maintain control over how much money you use and when, or if your financial resources are limited.

Another way to use private pay is through a long-term care insurance policy. Though you need to have adequate assets in order to qualify and the premiums can be expensive, these policies offer an alternative for covering future home care needs. If you don’t want your funds tied up in one of these policies or if they are not appropriate for your circumstances, an alternative may be to use a reverse mortgage. With this option, you will be able to receive funds in the form of a line of credit that can then be used for home care needs and other purposes.

Exceptional Care from an Exceptional Agency

As a locally-owned home care provider, Caring Hearts of Sedona is dedicated to serving the needs of our community.

Care with great respect, kindness, and compassion, being a prime source of dependable healthcare providers to the community. We use cutting-edge innovation to provide non-medical care services to clients in their homes.



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If you’re seeking Home Care and caregivers who will look after your loved ones as if they were their own, look no further than Caring Hearts of Sedona. Call 928-284-1948 or inquire below to book a free consultation.