What types of services do you provide?
We provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), as well as medication management, and patient advocacy services.
What are ADLs?
ADLs are the “Activities of Daily Living” or personal care activities. They include: Eating, Bathing, Dressing/ Grooming Toileting, and Transferring (getting up from a bed or chair). Most Long Term Care policies will only cover when assistance, even stand by is needed with two or three Activities of Daily Living. Often those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia will not need to meet the number of ADL requirement in order to utilize their long term care insurance benefits.
Do you only take care of seniors?
NO we services consumers with disabilities along with Senior care.
Do you provide services in facilities? Yes, we provide caregivers in independent living facilities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes and hospitals.
Is there a charge for an initial consultation?
No, we will send a care manager out to the home for an initial consultation free of charge.
Is there a “Contract for Services” and if so, what is the cancellation policy?
No, our services come with no strings attached. We require no contract; we will provide the level of care you feel is necessary. You will be billed according to the care we provide.
What is the minimum number of hours required per shift?
We are happy to provide care in increments as small as twp hours. As a home health care provider, we understand that sometimes only a little personal care assistance is needed, our care is customized to your needs.
How are calls handled after business hours and on weekends?
We have administrative staff as well as nurses on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We are always available to answer our phone for our clients, their families, or caregivers.
What is the difference between a CNA and a HHA?
Both CNAs and HHAs are trained to provide personal care assistance for you in the comfort of your home. However, the main difference between the two is that the majority of CNA training is done in the hospital or facility setting while HHAs complete their training in the home setting.
Are your employees screened?
Yes, as a home health care provider we know this importance of safety. All of our employees are given a level 2 background screening in addition to having their CNA (Certified Nurse Assistant) or HHA (Home Health Aide) license.
How do I start services?
Just call us 727-222-5317 To speak with, our Senior Resource Specialist.