Our Services

Low Country Family Services is available to provide care for you or your loved one with Companionship Care, basic Personal Care, or Medicaid Targeted Case Management. Living at home can be a challenge for some, and we are here to provide support and care along the way!


  • Bathing
  • Assistance with Toileting
  • Dressing
  • Morning & Bedtime Assistance


  • Transferring
  • Supervision
  • Wheelchair & Walker Assistance
  • Morning & Bedtime Assistance


  • Respite Care
  • Shopping & Errands
  • Reading Assistance
  • Conversation

Companionship Care

Our Companion Care services are used for individuals to continue to live in their home and receive assistance with day-to-day chores, light housekeeping, and transportation around town.

Personal Care

Low Country Family Services can provide a home caregiver to help anyone who wants to remain independent but receive assistance due to any illnesses, disabilities, or the natural aging process.

Medicaid Targeted Case Management (MTCM)

Our MTCM services provide Medicaid eligible individuals assistance with accessing medical care, social services, employment, and other resources.

Life Management

  • Applying for Disability
  • Applying for Food Stamps
  • Finding a Place to Live
  • Paying Bills
  • Finding a Job


  • Doctors Visits
  • Making Appointment
  • Getting a Ride to the Doctors

Payment Options

Low Country Family Services accepts the following payment options:

  • Medicaid, Managed Care Organizations(MCO)
  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Community Alternative Program (CAP)
  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Short-Term Care Insurance
  • Private Pay
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Veterans Affairs(VA)

If you have additional questions about payment, please email nclowcountry2041@gmail.com in North Carolina and lowcountry.family@yahoo.com in South Carolina.

Low Country
Family Services

Offering Home Care solutions for individuals who want to maintain their independence at home but need assistance due to short- or long-term disability, illness or simply the natural aging process in the Low Country region of South Carolina and throughout eastern North Carolina.