We understand that this a time when you understandably have many questions. Below, we’ve listed the questions our clients pose most frequently. If you have any further questions, please contact us by email at email@example.com; or call us at 415.921.5038 during our office hours: 9am-5pm, Monday – Friday. Thank you.
Home Care is a service that enables someone to live independently at home rather than relocate to an institutionalized setting. Millions of Americans rely on home care to stay out of hospitals, nursing homes, rest homes and other institutions. Care is brought to your home to maintain, sustain, and restore health and wellbeing.
- Any individual living with disabilities
- Individuals recently discharged from the hospital that requires convalescent care
- Individuals living with a chronic medical condition, including dementia or Alzheimer’s, that need frequent monitoring and/or personal care
- Individuals living with HIV or AIDS
Compassionate Community Care services include but are not limited to: companionship, supervision and observation, medication reminder, assist with bathing, grooming, dressing, meal planning, preparation, diet monitoring, exercises, escort to appointments and light house cleaning.Learn about our in-home care and Geriatric Care Management services, or view our complete menu of services.
- Individuals have personalized, 1-on-1 care.
- Patients heal more quickly at home.
- Home care provides individuals with maximum comfort and freedom.
- Family and friends have a sense of control and enjoy peace of mind.
- Family members can stay together.
- Services are personalized to each individuals needs and preferences.
- Patients and family members experience significant savings when compared to a hospital setting or nursing home.
Recovery from illness, or living with a chronic, progressive condition, varies from person to person. No two people are alike and response to illness, as well as treatment, is rarely simple. Often there are cycles of being and feeling better and being and feeling worse, moving between multiple care settings, and utilizing a mixture of support services. Compassionate Community Care offers a variety of services to meet any need at any stage of illness or recovery.
The path taken depends on various factors unique to each individual, including:
- An individual’s ability to care for himself or herself without assistance.
- An individual’s goals for recovery, and where and how those goals will be best achieved.
- The services and supports available in one’s area, including home health care.
- Available resources (e.g. financial, insurance, family and friends, and government assistance).
- Privacy needs.
- Spiritual and cultural preferences.
You can enjoy peace of mind knowing that all of our caregivers are rigorously screened. We only hire the most responsible and qualified caregivers who have experience and can provide verifiable references. Furthermore, we conduct thorough background checks and each caregiver will have their fingerprints on file with the Department of Justice.
Some long term insurance company will cover home care expenses; however, it is up to you to check your individual policy. Medicare and Medicaid or other health insurance plans do not cover home care.
Yes, for former U.S. servicemen and servicewomen, the Veterans Administration Pension Plan offers a home care benefit program called “Aid & Attendance”. Ask us for more information.
There are no age range for clients for home care service. Of course, senior citizens constitute high percentage of our patients.
Yes, we can send caregivers to hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities. We provide all of the same personal care services, just as we would in your own home.
There is a service contract that stipulates the rate, level of care, patient rights, and overall permission to provide home care services to the individual.
Yes, we provide 24-hour home care services. We usually break the shift up between two caregivers so that each caregiver will remain fresh and alert while on duty.
Yes, Compassionate Community Care offers caregivers that are multilingual and multicultural to meet your specific needs. Languages include English, Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Japanese and Tagalog.