Our Family of Agencies

Center for Disability Rights

The Center for Disability Rights, Inc. (CDR) is a not-for-profit, community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities.


Regional Center for Independent Living

The Regional Center for Independent Living (RCIL) assists people with all types of disabilities who want the opportunity to live independently and be active members of the community.


All About You Homecare

All About You Home Care is a licensed Home Care Service Agency where individuals with disabilities and seniors work with knowledgeable and compassionate staff.



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Mission Statement & Vision

All About You Home Care is a not-for-profit, licensed home care agency. At AAY, persons with disabilities and seniors work with knowledgeable and compassionate staff to receive high-quality in-home services to meet their individual needs and avoid unwanted institutional placement. Working in partnership with the consumer we strive to assure choice, satisfaction, cultural competency and safety.

AAY works for the full Integration, Independence and the Civil Rights of each and every individual we serve.

About AAY

All About You Home Care (AAY), a fully licensed Home Care Agency under the New York State Department of Public Health has been providing quality, individualized home care services to people with disabilities and seniors in Monroe and surrounding counties since 2009.

Our belief is that you come first. Your needs and desire for independent living are our priority. AAY provides services that support you or your family member’s maximum independence and safety in your home.

We specialize in providing Home Care Support Services under the Nursing Home Transition Diversion (NHTD) Waiver and the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Waiver programs.

AAY also provides Personal Care Aide (PCA) services under contracts with Managed Long Term Care (MLTC) providers. AAY is also a Monroe County EISEP PCA provider.

AAY offers private pay options.

All AAY staff are New York State Certified PCA’s who are carefully screened and trained to provide individualized services to you in your home under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN). Every AAY staff is required to participate in all quarterly in service trainings each year as mandated by the NYSDOH.

We are here to meet your needs and your expectations as detailed in your Plan of Care. Your Plan of Care follows the direct orders of your Primary Care Provider and is developed in collaboration with you, one of our Registered Nurses and your chosen support system. All About You Home Care really is ALL ABOUT YOU.

Our team of Certified PCAs and nurses strive to give you or your family member the quality care and service you deserve under the supervision of our RN.

Services We Provide

  •      Medication Reminders
  •      Assistance with Bathing & Dressing
  •      Light Housekeeping & Laundry specific to the consumer
  •      Transportation, Shopping & Errands with consumer
  •      Meal Planning & Preparation
  •      Oversight & Supervision

Counties We Serve

  •      Monroe
  •      Ontario
  •      Wayne
  •      Yates
  •      Seneca

We are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Contact us directly to discuss your eligibility and service needs.

AAY operates as a subsidiary agency of the Center for Disability Rights, Inc. (CDR); a not-for-profit, community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities. Incorporated as an all-volunteer organization in 1990. CDR began providing services and grew throughout the 1990s. CDR became an independent organization on September 1, 1998. To learn more about CDR please visit us at www.cdrnys.org.


  • President/Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Darling
  • Director of Program Development and Quality Improvement, Staci Kominiarek
  • Administrator of AAY, Mary Brett
  • Director of Nursing, Kanika Moxley, R.N., M.S.N.
  • Director of Advocacy, Stephanie Woodward, J.D.
  • Director of Information Technology, Roger Strickland