Live-In Home Care Services for Seniors in Maplewood
Are you the family caregiver in charge of making sure your elderly Dad is okay? Are you working full time with long hours in your profession? Do you live in a different state from your father?
If your loved one requires assistance in performing activities of daily living (ADLs), or your family members believe your Dad shouldn’t be home alone, live-in senior care might be the right senior care service for you.
Why Elder Live-In Care?
While we all hope to stay healthy and independent, sometimes life happens. Injuries, illness, and surgeries can occur, leaving a person disabled, on bedrest or in need of assistance for days, months or even years. Some people start off with lots of care following a fall or surgery and then require less, or none at all as they return to their previous level of functioning. Some start off with a little care and then need more assistance over time, as in cases of dementia or other serious illness.
When your loved one is not able to take care of all their activities of daily living (ADLs) and remain alone safely, it might be time for in-home care. The amount and type of care depends on the specific needs of your family member.
Quality of Life
Our caregivers are dedicated to their clients and committed to providing great care that is customized to the person. Great care enhances quality of life for the person receiving care, as well as the entire family. We at Homewatch partner with family members to preserve quality of life of their loved one, and Safety is our #1 priority, be it Covid precautions, transferring and repositioning and walking assistance, cooking, and medication reminders.
Homewatch CareGivers delivers the compassionate care our clients need to complete daily activities while maintaining independence and enabling them to stay in the familiarity of their home where they prefer to be.
Who Provides the Senior Live-In Care?
Caregivers are those people who are responsible or take on the responsibility to help. They can be family members, friends, neighbors, or people hired to help. Often it depends on who is around or available to help. It also depends on the kind of care a person needs. Physically caring for a person requires skills to safely help your loved one and to maintain your own health and wellness. Helping with someone’s physical needs changes the nature of a relationship, sometimes for the better, and sometimes not like in the case of needing to provide personal care to a parent. The kind of care needed often determines who the actual caregiver will/should be. Do you have the skills and desire to be the physical caregiver to your Dad?
Homewatch CareGivers only hires licensed Certified Home Health Aides and they are staff members of the agency. Our caregivers are fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. Each hire goes through extensive background checks and is fully and insured. They are also trained by agency staff and supervised by an RN, who overseas the care they provide. The designated nurse personally visits each of their clients every month, exceeding the 30-day NJ State mandate. This schedule enables us to understand what is happening in the home or residential facility, ensures the care plan continues to be relevant and provides our certified home health aides and clients with greater support and security. In addition, a social worker is assigned to every family as an additional resource.
Call Homewatch CareGivers of South Orange at (973) 755-0996 to learn how we can help provide quality in-home senior care for your loved one. Call for a free consultation to learn about the personalized live-in, hourly, dementia care and companion care services we provide in South Orange/Maplewood and local towns of West Orange, Livingston, West Caldwell, Caldwell, Short Hills, Millburn, and Montclair. Members of our Care Team are always available to answer your questions. We are your home care agency of choice for quality in home care services.
Providing the highest quality of care at an affordable cost. Our local caregivers are trained, background-checked, and insured. This is our promise to you.About Our Caregivers
We conduct annual background checks on all local caregivers.
We provide at least 12 hours annually of employee training.
We perform in-person Quality Assurance visits at least every 90 days.
We conduct satisfaction surveys to monitor the level of care provided.
Homewatch CareGivers is Here to Help.