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Home Health Care Agency Creates Guidelines for Caregiver Selection

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The home care provider industry continues to grow, with IBISWorld estimating the industry brings in $75 billion a year, thanks to the incidence rate of chronic illnesses, a population that is growing older and an increased acceptance by physicians of the need for home care. “When choosing in home care Northbrook IL for a loved one, consumers must take care to research the company to ensure their loved one will be cared for by others just as if family members were doing the tasks. In addition, families need to look for a company offering currently needed services along with ones which may be required in the future,” Jamie of Companion Services declares.

The senior home care Highland Park IL service provides care around the clock for those in need and may be of assistance in the hospital, skilled nursing homes, assisted living accommodations, and in the person’s home. Live-in care remains an option, or one may choose to hire the services of a home care Buffalo Grove IL companion on an hourly basis, either temporary or long-term. “The goal of Companion Services continues to be to meet the needs of individual clients, no matter what their current living situation is or what they need at any given time,” Jamie explains.

To ensure these needs are met, Companion Services evaluates each client wishing to retain their services, to determine where the company may be of assistance. Once the evaluation is complete, Companion Services creates a customized plan with the goal being to provide an independent lifestyle for the client, while providing the needed personal care. As Jamie explains, this plan, along with the companion selection process, differentiates Companion Services from many other home care services currently available. Companion Services never uses a one-size-fits-all plan and, based on the needs of the individual client, chooses a caregiver that has similar preferences and interests to increase the likelihood of a good fit.

Companion Services only hires compassionate, highly qualified individuals who share the mission of improving the lives of every client they encounter. All undergo extensive criminal, background, and reference checks, and all must meet the high commitment and responsibility standards put forth by Companion Services. “When hiring, the company strives to find employees the owners and staff members would feel comfortable leaving their loved ones with as this is a good measure of how the companion will do with clients who deserve nothing less than the best,” Jamie exclaims.

About Companion Services:
Companion Services remains committed to easing the burden of families and providing peace of mind to those in need of personal, quality, home care services for loved ones, while providing respite care for caregivers. The company strives to enhance the quality of life of every client, working to maximize independence while preserving safety, dignity, and well-being. The dedicated caregivers of Companion Services become an extension of the family, providing a strong sense of compassion, companionship, and security.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.companionserve.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Steve
Email: info@companionserve.com
Phone: 847-948-0860
Organization: Companion Services

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