Answers to our most commonly asked questions

Our compassionate and individualized in-home senior care include: light housekeeping, meal preparation, running errands, fall prevention, medication reminders, bathing assistance and more. Please see our full list of services here.

Our Japanese caregivers are:

  • Bilingual and Bicultural
  • Experience in Japanese home cooking
  • Background checked
  • Bonded and insured employees of Hollyservices
  • Health Screened and TB tested
  • Reference Checked

We also employ caregivers from different nationalities to fit your needs

Our services can start as fast as 5-6 days after our FREE in-home assessment.

You are not bound to any long-term contract so you can discontinue our service anytime.  If discontinuing situation is not an emergency, we just ask to let us know a week in advance.

We can help fill those shifts from our robust pool of caregivers.

4 hours per week such as 2 hours x 2 days and 4 hours x a day

Each family is unique and has specific needs that we do our best to fit your family’s budget. Factors that determines the costs are:

  • Level of care
  • Number of people
  • Hours per day
  • Number of service days/week
  • Timeframe of service
  • Optional services

Contact us for free consultation

Many private long-term care insurance policies cover in-home care services. Please check with your insurance company provider for details.

Holly Services takes care of payroll for the caregivers for you. We invoice our clients on a monthly basis ( Most agencies invoice weekly or biweekly )

Yes, we could. Each facility has different regulations. Please contact an administrator of the facility regarding a guest caretaker rule. If that works for us, we can provide your loved one(s) services.

Please contact our office at ( 808 ) 466-3481 or email us at [email protected] and we will take care of the rest.

Our caregivers can remind our clients when it is time to take the medication. But caregivers are not allowed to administer medications.  In addition, Holly Services employees are not allowed to fill your pill box.  We recommend you identify a responsible person to keep your pill box filled.