Private Duty provides carefully selected caregivers to assist people with a wide variety of needs both in and out of their homes. A caregiver plays many roles: confidant, aide, cook, maid, and chauffeur are examples. They can be the eyes of those that cannot see; the ears of those that cannot hear; the hands of those that cannot grip and the feet of those that cannot walk. They can remember things for those that need reminders. Most importantly, they are giving, caring individuals who truly believe they should provide assistance to those in need, in whatever way possible.