Meet Our Comfort Keepers Home Care Assistant Team in Stockton, Tracy, CA and the Surrounding Areas
Our home care assistants are passionate about providing professional senior care in Tracy, CA
At Comfort Keepers, the core of our mission is our home care assistant team. Each member of our caregiving team was handpicked and vetted and reflects who we are as a company, our values and where we want to go in the future.
The people who work with us see caregiving not only as a job but as a vocation. Each in home care assistant in our company is a professional, but they are caring individuals first. That is what makes our company so unique. We treat our caregivers well because we know that in order to care for others you first have to be happy and content.
We are passionate about senior care and that love is shared by each Comfort Keepers home caregiver. We train our caregivers before they start working with seniors, but their education continues during their entire career as they are constantly learning new techniques and keeping up with the latest innovations in our field.
Comfort Keepers has an extensive vetting and training process. It begins with a screening and interviewing process to find only the most driven and compassionate individuals. We want our care assistants to be the right fit for the seniors we work with because we believe that companionship is a major aspect of our work.
Next, we perform background checks on each potential home care assistant. We want to make sure that our caregivers have only the best of intentions because our clients deserve no less than that.
After the screening process and background checks, candidates are invited to join our team and the training begins. During our employee training, we make sure each caregiver is capable of providing only the highest level of care to our family of seniors. The training focuses on helping our home care assistants expand their knowledge and hone their existing skills. We hope to give them a much more comprehensive understanding of what it means to be a caregiver.
Each care assistant also undergoes training for caring for people with dementia and Alzheimer's or those who need end of life care.
Before they start, we also make sure that each caregiver is properly matched with a senior in terms of personality, interests and general affinity. We believe this is an important aspect of care, as seniors will be much more open to receiving assistance if they like their caregiver and feel like they can trust them.
Give us a call at (209) 208-4592 to learn more!