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Our Caregiver Agency Strives to Make Healthcare Better

Healthcare is ever evolving. All providers are encouraged to innovate. Let's work together to create an effective, coordinated continuum of care to meet new goals for cost-efficient, quality care and accessibility for patients. Homewatch CareGivers® plays an essential role in that continuum.

We Handle Baths, Meals & More

Highly trained caregivers help patients with everyday things that are essential to health and wellness - everything from preparing healthy meals to bathing, supporting adherence to medication schedules, and helping your patients get around the house that is kept safe and clean.

The Homewatch CareGivers approach to care helps avoid the setbacks that can lead to expensive and difficult readmissions to the healthcare system. As a result, we achieve the aim of reducing costs and improving outcomes while patients can remain in their homes.

It all starts with working together. Let's start, today.

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How Homewatch CareGivers supports patients and families

We aim to earn your trust and have a long term relationship with you and your vehicles.
  • Communication We keep care providers posted on issues that are critical to avoiding complications - everything from changes in cognition, to identification of red flags, to changes in family dynamics.
  • Transportation We drive patients for procedures, follow-up appointments and errands when patients should not be driving and no family caregiver is available.
  • Meal Preparation We support patients in meeting dietary restrictions through shopping and meal preparation of healthy options, while honoring cultural traditions.
  • Medications To improve adherence, we handle medication reminders including when and how to take them. Additionally, family and care providers are notified of missed dosages and undesirable side-effects.
  • Safety Our trained caregivers address risks associated with memory impairments such as wandering from home or leaving the stove on. They also address risks associated with impaired functional status such as falls, particularly associated with bathing and transfers.
  • Companionship/ Engagement By helping patients stay engaged in their lives, we help them stay engaged in their care.