Story of Homewatch CareGivers of Western WA
We sincerely care about our clients, who are elders or others dealing with a chronic illness or injury. We formed our caregiving business with a belief that with the right kind of help, people can stay in their own homes. People find the highest degree of peace and security in their own homes and home is where they have the dignity and strength to endure life's difficulties. It is in their own homes people find the most joy and awaken each day with the greatest sense of purpose.
Homewatch CareGivers provides hourly, overnight and 24 hour care, all of which can be tailored to individual needs. Our caregivers proudly serve clients throughout Western Washington, including Seattle, Shoreline, Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace. Our referrals come from clients and their families, as well as churches, medical facilities and referrals from the community.
We are committed to providing quality caregiver employees who match the needs of our clients. Our business strives to hire the very best employees. Our caregivers have experience in caring for clients with chronic illnesses, stroke, dementia, pre & post operative care, rehabilitation and respite care. We have a quality control program to ensure that our care stays at the highest level.
Our business is licensed by the Department of Health, we are insured, our employees are covered by bond, and they have Washington State workers compensation insurance. Our combined business goal is the same as the client's goal—to stay securely at home with peace, dignity, and sense of purpose.
Our exceptional team of childcare caregivers specializes in providing care for your children when circumstances would otherwise prevent you from going to work. You can leave with confidence knowing we will keep your child happy and safe while you are away.
Dale Kiesz has lived in the Seattle community since 1985. He has spent time living and working in Iowa, Minnesota, Kentucky, California, Virginia, Toronto, Canada, and Manchester, England. As such, he has perspectives of many cultures, and it helps our team understand and relate to people from all walks of life.
Check out our team at a local American Parkinson Disease Association (APDP) event!
We care about people and feel affirmed in our decision to work in a vocation that serves clients and their families in a time of need. If our caregiver agency has the opportunity to meet with you and serve you, we would be honored.