Our caregiving team includes companions, home health aides, personal care aides, and clinicians who are fully screened and vetted through extensive background and driver’s license checks. In addition, we provide personal protective equipment (PPE) as well as flu and COVID-19 vaccines to all of our team members, as we believe in doing all we can to help keep everyone safe in the comfort of their homes and community. We provide a comprehensive home evaluation to determine the level and type of care that the patient needs, so that we can pair them with the right caregiving team.Contact a Care Specialist
The power of our concierge level of care is the degree of customized care and personalized commitment we deliver to each patient as an individual.
Companion care is a great first step that helps patients remain socially and mentally active before more hands-on care is needed. We pair your loved one with a companion who complements his or her personality, hobbies, and lifestyle – because we know that finding a good match is of paramount importance. Always Caring companions improve a patient’s quality of life at home by performing a variety of non-medical services, including:
Our home health aides (HHAs) and personal care aides (PCAs) are certified, screened, and have at least one year of prior experience. A personal care or home health aide is needed when a patient requires an additional level of medical or mobility help. Our home health aides provide all of the support services that a companion delivers (listed above), as well as the following additional services:
Our nursing clinicians have more than 30 years of experience working in the home healthcare industry. They excel across all types of patient care and understand how to work with families and patients who require help with various needs. Our nursing staff can speak a variety of languages and are well-versed in many cultures. Their tasks include creating care plans based on patient needs, managing patient care from all angles, and overseeing aides and companions to ensure all the daily care demands of the patient are being met. Every six months, a patient’s care plan is re-evaluated and updated, based on his or her evolving requirements.