About Us

A History of Serving the Carolinas

Carolina Hearts Home Care began operations in the fall of 2005 in Scotland County, North Carolina. Since that time, Carolina Hearts has grown into a company that serves clients in nine counties in North Carolina. (Scotland, Richmond, Robeson, Anson, Montgomery, Moore, Lee, Hoke and Harnett).

In January 2010, Carolina Hearts expanded their area of service even further and is also serving patients in seven counties in South Carolina (Marlboro, Chesterfield, Dillon, Kershaw, Lee, Darlington and Florence). Carolina Hearts is owned and operated by Brigitte and Bryan Laney who recognize the need for providing the highest quality caregivers in the home. Carolina Hearts treats patients and employees with respect, compassion, and dignity.


Carolina Hearts Home Care believes that quality health care is a right rather than a privilege.


Our mission is to provide the highest quality home care to each and every one of our clients in order that he or she can achieve and maintain the optimum quality of life.

Carolina Hearts Home Care strives to help clients meet personal care needs in a way that will enable them to be as independent as possible and remain in their homes for as long as possible while minimizing the disruption caused by aging, illness, accident, or disability.


Guiding Principles

  1. We believe that clients and families have the right to make decisions about health care, to participate in planning their care, and to maintain independence. Community and client needs will govern the scope of services provided to a specific client.  Furthermore, we believe that health education empowers people to take control of their own health, and we encourage clients to be involved in every aspect of their own plan of care.
  2. We believe in the value and dignity of human life throughout the lifespan. People with disabilities and chronic or acute disease have no less worth than able-bodied individuals.  We believe that all human beings can make positive contributions to society.  Aging is a normal stage in the circle of life.  It is sometimes marked by chronic disease and disability.  When healing and recovery are beyond human skills and knowledge, we are committed to providing dying individuals with excellent supportive care given with a deep respect for the essential dignity of life even at its last stages.
  3. We recognize that staff behavior, attitudes, knowledge, and understanding have an important influence on helping clients attain and maintain their optimum health.
  4. Carolina Hearts Home Care administrators, staff, and caregivers will not discriminate against any client under any circumstance or condition, including race, gender, age, religious belief, national origin, economic status, disability, type of illness, or sexual preference. Each potential and active client will receive professional, courteous, kind, and caring services by each and every employee/person providing client service(s) on the behalf of CHHC Agency. This includes the right to be free from unwelcome sexual conduct.