FAQ’S ABOUT CARE FOR LIFE
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Our caregivers are all experienced, background checked, bonded and insured by Care for Life. They undergo a rigorous selection process and receive regular mandatory training lead by community medical professionals. Our staff includes Certified Nursing Assistants as well as Personal Care Assistants trained in facilities or homeware agencies. Our Quality Assurance Manager makes home visits to ensure the caregiver is meeting your needs and exceptions!
Questions About Your Care
Whether your making plans for a loved one or for yourself, you may have questions. As a trusted care provider for over 25 years, Care for Life has the answers!
If I'm Not Living at home can i still receive your services?
Care for Life services can be provided in hospitals, assisted living facilities, nursing homes and rehabilitation facilities.
WHEN SHOULD HOME CARE BE CONSIDERED?
Home care services should be considered following a recent surgery or illness. Home care services can be considered for anyone who has long term physical, cognitive or emotional care needs.
HOW DO I DETERMINE HOW MUCH CARE IS NEEDED?
Our professional care managers, can determine how much help you will need with activities such as shopping, errands, bathing, dressing, mobility and medication reminders.
HOW SOON CAN SERVICES BEGIN?
Once we have completed an assessment to determine the level of care needed, a caregiver will be assigned to your case. We provide care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
WHY SHOULD I GO THROUGH AN AGENCY INSTEAD OF HIRING PRIVATE CARE?
If you hire someone privately, you become the employer. Home care agencies carefully interview, screen and background check caregivers. Agencies are also able to offer a variety in caregivers to create a better match!
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