Learn About Our Dependable Caregiving Services

At Danbury Nurses Registry, our services are designed to provide assistance to your loved one so that they can stay in their home safely and with dignity.

Who is Danbury Nurses Registry?

We were founded in 1930 by a group of registered nurses from the Danbury Hospital School of Nursing. The nurses formed an association to provide private care to patients in the hospital and at home.

In a continuous effort to offer quality caregivers, we at the Danbury Nurses Registry have earned an unparalleled reputation among the medical community and with area residents as being one of the best in delivering individual care. We are dedicated to providing the highest‑quality caregivers based on the clients’ personal needs.

What does Danbury Nurses Registry do?

For more than 75 years, we have continued to grow and expand as the needs of the community have changed. Since 1930, the Danbury Nurses Registry has helped tens of thousands of area residents remain at home during an extended illness or while recovering from an injury or surgery.

Today, the Danbury Nurses Registry is a family-owned and operated business and we have members that include personal care attendants (PCA), certified nurses assistants (CNA), licensed practical nurses (LPN), and also registered nurses (RN). Our experienced caregivers are reliable, professional, experienced, and trustworthy. Caregivers can be provided to you for 4 to 24 hours; in your home, hospital, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, or anywhere you need care.

When can you contact Danbury Nurses Registry?

The staff at Danbury Nurses Registry is available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Our office hours are Monday and Friday 9 am‑2 pm and Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays by appointment only. Outside of office hours, we are available to you via phone, text, or email.

Where is Danbury Nurses Registry located?

Danbury Nurses Registry is located at 68 Main Street in Danbury, CT. You are always welcome to come into our office and speak with us during our office hours about how we can help you or answer any questions you may have.

What can our caregivers do for you?

Prior to the start of service, we will have an in‑depth discussion with you to help determine which level of provider best fits your needs.

Our caregivers can provide assistance with the most common activities of daily living. Those of which include: bathing and dressing, medication reminders, assistance with ambulation, assistance with transferring, meal preparations, light housekeeping, maintaining a safe environment for the client, as well as help with transportation.

Do you take insurance?

All services are paid for privately, but many long‑term care insurance companies will reimburse you for our services.

Please call for details, and we can help you through the process.

What are our hours of operation?

We are available 24/7 to take your calls and help with any needs or questions you may have. Our office is open Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 4:30 pm, Friday up to 4:00 pm. Saturday/Sunday – closed.

How far in advance do I need to call to have services?

More time is ideal to acquire a caregiver to meet your needs, but we know this isn’t always the case. From the moment you call, we will work diligently on looking for a caregiver to get to you for the time you request.

What is the difference between Danbury Nurses Registry and other area home health agencies?

Since 1930, Danbury Nurses Registry’s nurses and aides have been independent contractors. We screen each individual caregiver immensely, including criminal background checks. Caregivers are referred to you by Danbury Nurses Registry and paid directly by you, and they are responsible to pay their own taxes.