Frequently Asked Questions
Our emphasis on providing long-term care from consistent, expertly matched caregivers ensures quality in care and maintains familiarity and emotional stability.
Next, we conduct thorough background checks including local and national criminal records, driving record checks and verify eligibility for employment.
Health Aide caregivers are fully bonded, insured, licensed where required and covered by workers’ compensation insurance.
If your caregiver becomes ill or is unable to keep the scheduled visit, our staffing team will work to find you a qualified substitute caregiver. Health Aide reduces stress for the whole family. Plus, our caregivers allow family members to enjoy quality time with their loved ones, instead of focusing on stressful daily needs.
Many residents of senior care communities also hire Health Aide caregivers to provide the personal one-to-one attention they deserve.
We can even accompany seniors on vacations, enabling them to travel in safety and freedom.
Q: What is respite care and how can it help family caregivers?
A: Often, a family member or friend cares for an aging loved one, but the job can be stressful and puts pressure on the relationship. Respite Care is temporary or hourly care designed to give family caregivers a much needed break so they can take care of our priorities in their life and prevent caregiver burnout.
to learn more about the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) or fill out the form to be contacted by one of our representatives.