Care for Seniors has developed a reputation in the community of providing top quality home care services and highly successful facility placements by serving every client with dignity, professionalism and kindness. With over ten years of relationship building and access in the senior care industry, Care for Seniors is exceedingly resourceful, respected, and established in the community.
Care for Seniors offers a FREE initial assessment visit, where we determine the required level of care, discuss the best possible care options and all other pertinent factors.
All caregivers employed by Care for Seniors are pre-screened through a comprehensive hiring process, which includes:
- Personal Interview
- Criminal Background Check
- TB Test or Chest X-Ray
- Reference Check
- Skills/Knowledge Test
No, the fees are set at one rate depending on the level of care required. The pricing is pre-determined during the assessment phase so that clients will not be charged extra for nights and weekends.
Yes, Care for Seniors provides twenty-four hour service. The service can be arranged on hourly or live-in basis. Twenty-four hour care is often broken down into two to three shifts, up to 12 hours for each caregiver.
Care for Seniors requires a minimum of four hours per visit, three days per week.
The care management team conducts regular monthly assessments at each client’s home. During these visits, the level of care provided and required is thoroughly examined in assuring that all clients’ personal and health needs are met.
Through personal interviews we ascertain the necessary nuances and expectations to find the most compatible caregiver, on a personal and skill basis. However, in the rare instance when clients are not satisfied with their caregiver, Care for Seniors restarts the selection process to find a more suitable match.
Care for Seniors has an assigned professional from care management team answering the phones after hours and on the weekend, 24/7. By dialing the regular office number you will be able to speak with our staff at any time.
By privately hiring an individual you become the employer. With that come liability risks, staffing responsibilities, and quality management. Care for Seniors provides worker’s compensation insurance, meets payroll requirements, insures and bonds all of its employees, assigns staffing managers to coordinate consistent staffing measures and conducts monthly care assessments to monitor quality of care. It is Care for Senior’s responsibility in making sure the quality and level of care meets the expectations of each client.
For in-home care services, Care for Seniors accepts long term care insurance as well as private pay arrangements. Medicare, Medical and other private medical insurances do not cover custodial (non-medical) care services.