Island Senior Resources seeks to share the joys and help meet the challenges of aging in our Island County communities by providing integrated programs and services.

Private In-Home Help Directory

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Are you looking for help? Not sure who to hire for odd jobs around the house? Or maybe you are in search of a caregiver who is the right fit for your spouse or family member and will provide you with some much-needed respite time? View our information on private in-home providers (PIP) in the directories below.

Whidbey Island Private In-Home Provider (PIP) Directory

Island Senior Resource’s Private In-Home Provider (PIP) directory for Whidbey Island – previously referred to as the PIP list – might have just the person you need. Each provider has passed a background check. The Private In-Home Provider Directory will be periodically updated.

  • It is your responsibility to interview, check references, and negotiate duties and pay. See our How to Hire Guide (click here) for hiring tips and information regarding certifications or licenses.
  • Island Senior Resources maintains this directory of providers as a resource for the community. This is a list of people who are interested in working for seniors. This directory is not a recommendation. The providers listed have no affiliation with Island Senior Resources, therefore this agency is not responsible for their actions.

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Directory

View all Whidbey Island Providers below. Click here to download a printable PIP list.

Looking for Camano Island Private In-Home Providers? Visit the Camano Center website found here.

PIP last update: April 1, 2024

Looking to sort the Provider list by region? Filter by Region below.

To download or print the Regional list, click one of the buttons at the top right of the list.

Categories Defined

  • Personal Care – provides assistance with dressing, feeding, bathing, and personal hygiene.
  • Transfers – able to repositioning a person or assisting them to transfer (ex: from bed to wheelchair).
  • Home Making – provides assistance with meal preparation, cooking, and light housekeeping tasks.
  • Chore Services – provides assistance with house cleaning, shopping, laundry, and other errands.
  • Respite Care – will provide assistance to the primary caregiver so that they may take a break. Such as supervision for someone with dementia.
  • Companionship – provides social contact such as accompaniment on walks or errands.
  • Transport – able to transport the individual for appointments, shopping, etc.
  • Engagement – able to perform activities adapted to a client’s experience, hobbies, needs. (ie: art, making memory books, cooking, gardening, exercise, games)
  • Overnight – willing to spend nights in the individual’s home as needed.

For mobile and table users, viewing is best in landscape mode.  You can view additional details on each provider by clicking the + icon in the first column for each displayed provider. 

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For mobile and table users, viewing is best in landscape mode.  You can view additional details on each provider by clicking the + icon in the first column for each displayed provider.