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doctor1Qualified Caregivers

cna2We prefer to recruit CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistants) as they have experience of working in a skilled facility such as a nursing home or hospital. They are used to, and expect, the RN supervision we provide.

They are also used to a high level of intensity of care (in Nursing Homes the ratio is typically 1 caregiver to 10 patients).

Perhaps most importantly, CNAs have been trained to recognize the signs and changes in an individual that should be evaluated by an RN or Physician.

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Credentialing:
Training
Caregivers

All caregivers go through our Orientation program prior to starting work in your home.

Our RNs work closely with them and regularly evaluate their skills and knowledge against our benchmarks.

They also receive regular in-service training from us every year to develop their professional skills and to keep them current with both care techniques and industry standards.

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Feedback 

Real Feedback

..not box-ticking.

Where possible (and when desired by you) we try to provide narrative around you loved-ones daily activity.

What kind of day did they have? How were they feeling?

As box-ticking appears to be taking over the world, we try to provide some real-world narrative.

We are an Agency (not a Registry)

As we are an Agency all of our caregivers work directly for us as employees—they are not contractors.

WE ARE NOT A FRANCHISE!

Our caregivers are insured, bonded and covered by Workers Compensation Insurance, a legal requirement for all employers. Our caregivers are routinely screened, drug tested, have criminal background checks and come to us with references—and, of course, they are always supervised by an RN.

You should think twice about using a Registry, where caregivers are not supervised (as this would imply Employment).

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