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Thank you to our clients for the “Caring Star of 2020” award!

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If you have an elderly loved one who needs more care than family alone can provide, finding the best Charlotte home care professional possible is of the highest priority. It's impossible to be careful enough about who you choose to admit into the home of an elderly person, or if you happen to be the elderly person looking for care, your own home.

For most people, recommendations from friends and family, or top-rated reviews online are how most pick a caregiver, but it's not always easy sifting through scores of reviews trying to decide on the perfect agency.

That's why receiving the “Caring Star of 2020” award from Caring.com is such a wonderful success for Homewatch CareGivers of Charlotte. In order to qualify, a caregiving company has to meet quite a lot of strict criteria, including getting a high volume of top-rated customer ratings and reviews.

To give you an idea of how difficult this is, there are only 3 home care agencies in all of Mecklenburg County that earned a Caring Star of 2020 award and less than 500 nationwide.

Homewatch CareGivers of Charlotte prides itself on giving our clients the care and dignity they need to maintain a quality life in their own homes. We understand that allowing someone else to take over some of your personal care is sensitive and that it takes a special person to make home care a positive experience.

Our customers have spoken, and their opinion comes in the form of this wonderful award. Here are just a few of the great comments we received from our customers:

  • “They have all treated me wonderfully. They make me feel good, like I am a person and not a thing or that I am an old person that cannot do anything. They have become like real family and are just really caring and helpful. They will do anything that I ask them to do in the house.”
     
  • “I am a senior and couldn't have my own place if I didn't have Homewatch CareGivers. I'm so grateful for their services.”
     
  • “Thank you for your service during my husband's illness. I have appreciated the promptness of replies and arrangements. Most of all thank you for the caregivers whom you have provided. They have been competent, responsive and caring. It has been a gift to have your assurance and safety net during very difficult and sad days. I hope others in need will find their way to you. Thank you.”

Homewatch CareGivers has been a caregiving agency for over 20 years, and during that time has learned what is most important to our clients. We know that if you need help in your home, you want to be treated with dignity. Our CareGivers have annual background and DMV checks, as well as a minimum of 12 hours of skill training every year.

The result is a team of people who offer service above and beyond every single day. We strive to connect with the people in our care and treat them with the dignity and respect they deserve. We also never forget that the person who needs our help is their own person, and we strive to empower them rather than take over for them. It's tiny differences like this that add up to the powerful praise we have received over the last two decades.

This is why we have received so many top-rated reviews, and why the CEO of Caring.com, the leading website that recognized our achievements, said this about our company:

“Congratulations to Homewatch CareGivers of Charlotte for being among these highly-rated agencies achieving such significant praise from their customers in online reviews,” Caring.com’s CEO Jim Rosenthal said. “They stand out as among the best in the nation for 2020.”

If you want the very best for your loved one, join our family. We'd love to have you and to give you or a beloved family member, the same great treatment that has earned us so many rave reviews.

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