Continuity of care—how we care makes the difference
Building comfort and trust, we want our clients to be able to depend on the same friendly, familiar caregiver whenever possible. He or she will work closely with you and your loved one to learn their personal needs, including the medicines they take, information and contact information from their doctor, and any allergies they may have.
Our caregiver will also learn their preferences—the foods they like; hobbies; where they like to spend their time: indoors or outdoors; and their favorite music, TV shows, books and activities.
By getting to know our clients, we can develop a detailed, customized care plan that allows for the most comfortable environment possible.