At Home Eldercare Wake




Serving the Triangle with the best in Senior Home Care


Job Seekers: Scroll down for our open positions and to apply online

Most seniors today do not have adequate support systems that allows them to remain in the homes as they age.  Oftentimes, as a parent ages and become what is known as medically fragile, their children are faced with the responsibility of having to take care of mom or dad. This isn’t an easy task as many are what’s known as the Sandwich Generation, those individuals that are torn between raising their own families, often working full-time jobs, and having the worry of trying to care for aging parent(s).


Phone: 844-651-0988


Address: 187 Wind Chime Ct, Suite 202 

City: Raleigh, NC 27615



Agency Director Gavin Densmore

Gavin Densmore brings more than 22 years’ experience to At Home Eldercare. He founded his first home care agency in May of 2000, and has taught a mandatory licensure class for the NC DHSR for the past 14 years. In addition, Mr. Densmore has personally assisted in the development and growth of over 92 home care agencies across the country and around the world. Mr. Densmore is a noted industry speaker and has served on the board of the Alzheimer’s Association, as well as having been interviewed by the Raleigh News & Observer and the Zebulon Record.

Director of Nursing Connie Wilson
Director of Nursing Connie Wilson

Connie Wilson is our VP of Nursing for At Home Eldercare. She is dedicated to the care and well-being of patients and clients with over 40 years of demonstrating excellence in care in nursing, virtually all focused on Senior Care. In addition to her home care nursing experience, she has also worked in Assisted Living Communities, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and has been an auditor for the State of Michigan.

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For most seniors, if there is a choice between aging in place-in their homes, a familiar environment or being placed in an Assisted Living Facility, or nursing home; the clear winner is home.  Scientific studies have proven that people do best and heal better at home. One way of keeping seniors in their homes as long as possible is by providing additional support to seniors. While we can’t stop the aging process, we can make it better by providing necessary and critical services that will allow individuals to remain in their homes.   Services such as companion care; personal care; chore provider type services; meal preparation; medication reminders; running errands; and making sure seniors get back and forth to their doctors’ appointments are considered non-medical care. While non-medical in nature, these services are key elements in keeping individuals in their homes as long as possible and out of hospitals and nursing homes.

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December 16, 2021

We are licensed! NCDHHS has approved our license as a home care agency. We will be ready to serve the senior community in Wake County, NC and beyond with the best quality non-medical senior home care very soon.


At Home Eldercare Raleigh (AHE) is a provider of in home non-medical care.  Our clientele are seniors who are able and have a desire to remain in their homes during the aging process but require assistance with Activities of Daily Living (bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, and chores services).  

At AHE, our goal is to provide best in class services in clients’ homes, Assisted Living Facilities, Skilled Nursing Homes, Rehabilitation Facilities, and hospitals.  Our Mission is to ensure our caregivers provide “Always Helpful Exceptional Care Daily”. We want AHE to be the provider of choice for those who require non-medical in home care when “only the best will do”.

We are currently looking for EXCEPTIONAL and qualified Certified Nursing Assistants and Companion Aides. The selected individuals must enjoy working with seniors and have a passion for persons aging in place; be compassionate; trustworthy; utilizes sound judgment; and be of good moral character.   If we are describing “you” and you have at least 1 year of experience working with seniors in the home (Home Health Care); Retirement Communities; Assisted Living; or Long Term Care Facilities, then we invite you to apply for the following positions:


Duties include (but not limited to):

  • Assistance with bathing
  • Dressing
  • Hygiene
  • Mobility
  • Exercise (according to the Plan of Care)
  • Lifting (must know lifting and safety techniques and follow Plan of Care)
  • Medication reminder
  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Cleaning
  • Transportation to and from physician’s appointments
  • Shopping


Duties include (but not limited to)

  • Engaging in interactive hobbies including assistance and planning of client’s recreational activities and events
  • Conversation
  • Light housekeeping (washing dishes after meals, etc.)
  • Meal preparation and snacks
  • Medication Reminder
  • Respite services for client’s family/caregiver
  • Safety checks
  • Laundry
  • Grooming assistance