Frequently Asked Question
Recent Frequently Asked Question
NO, at this time we provide caregiver duties to personal paying clients. Non-medical in-home care providers provide support with basic tasks, offer companionship and provide personal care; personal care aides, companions and private duty aides cannot provide skilled medical services. Medicare does not cover personal care assistance.
No, we only provide Companion Caregiver Duties, non-medical assistance with activities of daily living provided in the comfort of a senior’s home. Seniors who are resistant to making the move to a senior living facility, or who need minimal support to maintain their independence, can benefit from the added support of an in-home caregiver.
Yes Our services are designed to help with the daily tasks of living, and our scheduling is flexible to accommodate your needs. You or your loved one’s safety, security and peace of mind are our main focus and concern—and that’s why we also schedule care visits to long-term care facilities, assisted living communities, among other home settings
Yes Prescreened workers. Caregivers have undergone and passed a background check.
Each of the preventative measures recommended by the CDC are already standard practice across our agencies, and all professional care staff complete stringent training administered by a Registered Nurse on topics critical to keeping clients safe such as infection control (IC), proper hand washing, and cough and cold etiquette. As a best practice, we follow both Joint Commission and CDC guidelines. For more information, you can read about how we are keeping clients safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic