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A Family-Owned Business for Over 50 Years

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About Us

Recco Home Care Service, Inc., is a family-owned agency for over 50 years. We are licensed by New York State, servicing thousands of families in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, New York City, and Westchester Country.


Established in 1970 by our founder, Norma Recco, and continued on by her son, Frank Recco, and daughter, Norma Anzalone. Together the Recco family continues their mother's vision to deliver outstanding quality care with professionalism, expertise, and a heartwarming focus to all clients. 


Read about OUR HISTORY >

Recco Home Care Service is fully licensed under the stringent guidelines set forth by the New York State Department of Health and  Accredited by The Joint Commission.  Our team of highly trained caregivers and professionals are available seven days a week, 24 hours a day to deliver compassionate care to loved ones and their families.

The Recco Team

Recco Home Care Service is committed to the continuous advancement and training of all staff – from home health aides to hospice care experts. We are diligent in our pre-screening procedures and all caregivers must pass a rigid application and interview process. We pride ourselves on providing the ideal match for all families in need; our staff of home health aides, caregivers, registered nurses and administrative staff are trained specialists in the areas of senior care, alzheimer’s/dementia, physical and mental challenges, and the needs associated with long-term convalescence and care. Many of our staff are bilingual to accommodate the growing need for diversity in the home health care industry.

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Our History and the Story of Norma Recco, Founder

Meet the Executive Team

Frank Recco

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Frank Recco


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Taryn Birkmire

Executive Director

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Norma Anzalone, RN, BSN

Vice President

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Stacey Recco

Director of Operations

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