All non-professional staff receive training through our RN supervised Certified Home Care Aide training program. Of course, this occurs prior to placement in the home.
All In-home caregiving staff is bonded and insured.
In-Home Senior Care ensures the safe loving of loved ones.
Assistance with ADL’s and IADL’s improve quality of life. In addition, this helps maintain independence.
Home Care Aides/Personal Care Aides: Trained non-professionals will provide companionship activities. Accordingly, this is perfect for individuals who wish a comforting and caring atmosphere. For example, activities include hands on assistance with:
Personal hygiene, Bathing, Dressing, Elder home care
Reading, Conversation, Games, Music, Art, or any activity your loved one enjoys.
Homemakers may escort your loved one to various activities such as medical appointments, shopping, trips, etc.
Live-In Caregivers: They are home care aides who stay at the client’s home 24 hours a day. To this end, a Live-In Caregiver works 16 hours a day with the client. They also sleep at the home for 8 hours. As a result, this helps ensure one’s safety at night.
Nurses: Professional staff who provide care management and supervision.
Initial Assessments on all clients
History and Physical screening
Develops Client Care Plan
Coordinates Long Term Plan with Care Team
Supervision of Home Care Aides and Nurse Assistants
We teach clients about their disease and how to manage their in-home care. Additionally, with our Library of Educational Resources, Books, and Videos, clients/families can take charge of their loved ones care.
So, call 1-866-539-7515 for your Free Educational Resource Material.