Frequently Asked Questions Concerning Home Caregivers for Seniors
Receive answers for the most common home caregivers questions in Henderson, NV and surrounding areas
What is the difference between in home senior care and home healthcare for older adults?
Essentially, in home senior care is used to refer to any non-medical services, often provided by professionals, that an older adult receives in order to maintain their independence. Home healthcare, on the other hand, typically refers to medical services an older adult may receive in the home. These are often provided by doctors and registered nurses.
Which services does Comfort Keepers provide in Henderson, NV?
We provide the same services in Henderson, NV as we do in all our other locations across the country. Our services can be divided into two categories: personal care and companionship care. We can provide your loved ones with services like meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, grocery shopping/errands, incidental transportation, medication reminders, bathing, grooming, mobility assistance, transferring and positioning, toileting and incontinence and feeding assistance.
How does Comfort Keepers select their home caregivers?
We take great care to select only the best, most compassionate home caregivers to become a part of our team. We know how important this part of our jobs is and we do not cut any corners. All of our home caregivers go through an extensive vetting process and pass several background and professional checks.
Is senior care expensive?
Because Comfort Keepers is a franchise, prices are formed by each office. Call the Henderson, NV office to find out more.
Do you offer 24 hour home care?
My loved one lives in an assisted living facility. Can they still hire a Comfort Keepers home caregiver?
Absolutely! Companionship care is particularly beneficial in these situations.
Are care plans individualized? If so, how often are they modified?
We approach each senior client as an individual, which is why all of our care plans are personalized. We do this because we know that different seniors need different services to maintain their independence. The care plans are updated as often as necessary or in line with a schedule your loved one sets out. Usually, this is about once every six months.
Will my loved one get to choose their home caregiver?
Home caregivers and seniors are matched in line with a procedure we have developed through over two decades caring for older adults. After we do an initial home visit with your parent, we will make a list of services they need and any preferences they have and match them with the best home caregiver option.
What happens if a home caregiver stays home sick or goes on a vacation?
Your loved one's care will never be interrupted. If a home caregiver gets sick or goes on vacation, we will send out a replacement interim caregiver.