When we interview prospective caregivers, our recruiters don’t just look for experience, they also look for candidates who truly care about their work and understand that it is more than just a “job.” It is important to us to have caregivers who show real personality [Read More...]
All of our caregivers complete a 20-step hiring process that includes a Department of Motor Vehicles check, a background check, a drug test, and a reference check. In addition, all new caregivers must complete a basic training that places them on specialized, nurse-supervised assignments. These [Read More...]
Because we are committed to providing the best care to all of our clients, we believe in following a proactive approach when it comes to supervising our caregivers. This is why our nurse is always in the field and regularly visits clients. In fact, not [Read More...]
Do you provide a client assessment? If so, are client needs assessed by a nurse or other licensed professional?
Yes, our nurse completes an initial assessment for each client and their home before any assignment is started. Then, periodically during the assignment, our nurse visits to re-evaluate each client’s needs and level of care. This allows us to adjust the level of care based [Read More...]
Does your agency include the patient and family members in developing the plan of care? Are they involved in making care plan changes?
We know that constant communication is vital to providing the best care for the client and family, so, when the nurse is making her initial assessment, we ask that all decision makers and family members that can be present be there. It is important for [Read More...]
We have a 0% no-show rate. Regardless of the situation, you can count on our caregiver or another agency professional to be there at the beginning of an assignment. If for some reason a caregiver cannot make it (which is very rare for our agency), [Read More...]
Our caregivers are actual Form W-2 employees, so our clients never need to worry about inadvertently breaking any type of labor law.
Yes! All of our caregivers are bonded and insured professionals, so our clients and their families have the comfort of knowing that we will cover for any work-related injuries or any other such issue that might occur during an assignment.
Will I be locked into a contract if I use your company? Or can I cancel at any time without penalty?
We do not make our clients sign contracts. Instead, we use service agreements that can be cancelled at any time. We do appreciate, however, 24-hour notice when cancelling an agreement.
We are always there for our clients and caregivers. Regardless of when our clients or caregivers need us, there is someone in the office 24/7 to help them.