Here at Private Duty Boost, we can lend a helping hand, whether your senior loved one finds it challenging to live at home safely by themselves, or just needs assistance with a few tasks such as housekeeping or meal prep.
Finding a caregiver for your senior loved one can seem overwhelming at first. You likely have a lot of questions. No worries: we have the answers. Here are some of the questions we are asked a lot:
What services do you offer?
Our caregivers help with all non-medical duties, such as:
- Activities of daily living (ADLs):
- Incontinence care
- Mobility: ambulation and transfers
- Meal preparation
- Light housekeeping
- Transportation to doctors
- Errands and grocery shopping
- Medication reminders
- Companionship and supervision
- Morning wakeup
- Assistance with long-term care insurance claims
How do I get started?
In order to best help you and your family with the process, we offer a no-cost, no-obligation caregiver services assessment, which includes:
- In-home survey
- Needs evaluation
- In-home plan recommendation
- Start-up timeline
It all starts with a phone call to us!
Do you offer custom care plans?
Yes. Each client’s needs are unique, which is why we create a custom care plan for each client that is designed to give them the help they need while maximizing resources.
Are your caregivers certified?
Yes. We carefully screen all members of our staff, offer continuing education classes to caregivers, and perform thorough background and driving checks. All of our caregivers are bonded and insured.
Will I always have the same caregiver?
We make every effort to pair your loved one with the same caregiver. If situations arise where you need more hours of service than one caregiver can provide, we will schedule the same team of caregivers with your loved one.
Comfort Care at Home is committed to connecting your loved one with the best senior care provider possible so they can thrive in their home environment while remaining safe, happy, and healthy!