Q&A with Centennial Home Care Assistance

By Pete Lane, 7:17 pm on

At Home Care Assistance, we know that picking the right provider of home care in Centennial for your aging loved one is one of the most important (and emotional) decisions you’ll ever make. We respect that you are trying to make both an educated and economical decision. That’s why we’re not only providing you with the top questions to ask an in-home care provider, but we’re also giving you the answers!

Q. What services do you provide?

A. We offer a wide range of services and can help with everything from day to day activities to specialized care for advanced conditions such as Alzheimer’s, dementia or Parkinson’s. Our caregivers provide help with dressing, bathing, incontinence, household chores and medication reminders, just to name a few. For a thorough list of our hourly care services for seniors in Centennial, click here.

Q. What kind of training do your caregivers have?

A. All of our skilled caregivers go through an extensive background check and also must pass a psychological examination. We have such high standards for our employees that we only hire about 1 out of every 25 applicants to ensure that our clients receive the highest level of quality care. We also require our caregivers to enroll in ongoing senior care training and complete a course in nutritious cooking and culinary skills.

Q. Are you insured and bonded?

A. Yes! All of our caregivers are employees who are insured and bonded so you don’t have to worry about a thing. You will not be held liable for any accidents inside your home or dealing with fluctuating pay like you would with a private home care provider. Also, you never have to worry about a caregiver not showing up for their shift, a highly trained and certified Centennial caregiver will always be available to your aging loved.

Q. What if I’m not sure how often or how long I will need an in-home caregiver?

A. That’s ok because we expect that the needs of your family and your loved one will change, sometimes very suddenly. The Home Care Assistance caregiver that is matched to your loved one can be available for as little as 4 hours a day or for around the clock support. We’ll work with you to figure out the schedule that best meets your needs and we’ll never require you to sign any long-term contracts.

If you are looking for an in-home caregiver for your loved one and would like more information about our care services, please call a Care Manager at 303.957.3100 and schedule a complimentary in-home consultation.

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