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VENCER, connecting People to Caregivers

Trusted substitute home care help.

Vencer is an app that connects home skilled health professionals such as Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants with caregivers and organizations that need Assisted Daily Living services on demand.

personalized care


Emotional support and companionship like having a conversation, playing games, and reading

Personal Hygiene

Oral hygiene (brushing/flossing teeth), grooming (combing hair, applying deodorant, and dressing.

Bath and Shower

Help with showers and baths using shower chairs or bathing beds. Providers do not bring bathing equipment to appointments, please ensure you have them at home. We recommend you book a minimum of 2 hours.

Bathroom Care

Help reduce accidents and get assistance using the bathroom and establishing a toileting schedule

In-Home Mobility

Get help repositioning in bed, moving from the bed to the wheelchair, wheelchair to toilet, or walking, and using assistive equipment like wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc.

Light Housekeeping

Keeping basic living areas clean, safe, and organized like changing of bed sheets, dusting and wiping surfaces, and vacuuming and sweeping.

Safe Services

All providers must have a current provider license and pass a background check

Lower Cost

You only pay for the provider rates and an admin fee which keep your costs low

More Control

Select only the care you need, the provider you want, and a schedule that works for you

how it works

"Uber of home healthcare"

"Uber of home healthcare?
New app connects people with licensed caregivers in Honolulu"

Vencer Health Technologies' app connects people with service providers who've been vetted.
By Annalisa Burgos

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Jeff is a founding member at Vencer and holds another job to pay the bills. His dad, (insert name), is currently dealing with (insert health issue). Jeff is the primary caregiver in the family but doesn't have enough time to care for his dad and work for himself. This is the main reason why Jeff chose to help start Vencer. He believed in the possibility of finding the right care at the right time.