Personal Care

Compassionate, Trained Caregivers

Our Personal Care Services are available to help your loved one with a variety of “hands on” tasks.

Our Personal Care Services are available to help your loved one with a variety of “hands on” tasks. We refer a compassionate, trained caregiver to help with personal needs involving bathing, eating, bathroom use and general hygiene like brushing teeth. This includes bed baths when necessary, and getting dressed after baths. We understand the importance of maintaining their dignity while assisting with these very personal matters. Sometimes having assistance from outside the family with personal care services allows your loved one to maintain a greater sense of dignity. Grooming, shaving, hair and nail care and hygiene in general often diminish over time as people age, and helping to take care of these basic needs can stave off rashes, disease or infection that may otherwise set in over time. Personal care assistance can help ensure basic hygiene needs are met even as a loved one’s ability to perform these tasks diminishes over time, especially in regards to general skin care. If someone you love needs help with personal care needs like this, please use the short form below to contact us today, or call us at 904-325-9086

Complimentary In-Home Assessment

After your complimentary in-home assessment with our Registered Nurse, she will carefully hand select a caregiver for your approval. We here at Beaches Home Care have a reputation for finding the perfect caregiver for you and we back that up with our 45-day happiness guarantee.

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes Beaches Home Care different from other agencies?

Beaches Home Care is committed to providing you with the best communication and customer service in the industry. Our staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. We offer free in-home consultations performed by our Registered Nurse.

 

Choosing private duty in-home care can be a very emotional and confusing experience. We do our best to walk you through the process and help refer the best caregiver to care for you or your loved one.

What is an HHA/CNA?

HHA stands for Home Health Aide. They have received training from an accredited institute reviewing many of the skills required to safely care for an individual. CNA stands for Certified Nursing Aide. CNA’s receive training that review the skills necessary to safely care for an individual but are also state certified. The certification that Certified Nurses Aides have is a state certification and is important largely for state funded programs such as Medicare and Medicaid. Privately HHA’s and CNA’s function interchangeably. Both HHA’s & CNA’s are referred to as caregivers.

Are your caregivers bonded?

Yes, Beaches Home Care has a policy through Lloyds of London to bond all caregivers.

Are your services covered by MediCare?

No, we are not a Medicare agency, but we do accept most Long Term Care Insurance Policies.  We are a private pay company.

Is there a minimum number of hours?

Beaches Home has a minimum of 4 hours for companion care and 6 hours for CNA’s . 

Am I locked into a contract?

No, you are not locked into a contract. We have a service agreement outlining payment terms, and details of services, but you may cancel anytime with just six hours’ notice.

Do you accept Long Term Care Insurance Policies?

Because we are a state licensed agency, we are able work together with any insurance company to complete the documentation they require and provide them with the paperwork necessary to process your claim. Every Long-Term Care Insurance Policy is different and may have specific requirements that must be met before they will pay for care.