The 10 Most Commonly Asked Questions
- Short-term help: After-care for someone who is healing after a surgery or other medical or non-medical situation.
- Long-term companionship: For those who simply wish to stay in their home throughout the aging process.
From hourly care to bedside sitting and medical/social escort services, our experienced caregivers are dedicated to providing the most efficient and effective care system possible.
- Bathing, hygiene, and dressing
- Toileting / incontinence care
- Critical reminders about medication
- Meal preparation
- Social activities / light exercise
- Mental activities to stimulate brain activity
- Range of motion exercises tailored to specific needs
- Assistance with a wheelchair or walker
- Support for transfer / turning
- Help getting to and from medical and other appointments
- Light housekeeping including laundry
- Grocery shopping / running errands
- Proof of eligibility to work in the U.S.
- A 5-year employment history
- Minimum 1 year experience as a caregiver or have a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) license
- Criminal background & fingerprint check
- Caregiver and professional references