Extraordinary caregivers committed to providing the best service in the industry.
This list is flexible and adaptable to each individual. The goal is to keep life feeling “normal” with as much freedom as possible, while making sure basic needs are met that may otherwise be challenging. This can include:
How Families Have Used Our Services:
- You are recovering from surgery and need a little extra assistance
- Respite care for families who want to take a vacation or break from caregiving
- Your loved one has dementia and needs that extra special care and attention
- Extra assistance in a senior living facility such as companionship
- Personal hygiene and dressing guidance
- Meal preparation and eating assistance
- Toileting and continence care
- Medication reminders
- Light housekeeping and laundering needs
- Shopping and errand services
- Transportation to appointments
- Senior engagement such as going to lunch, concerts or doing other activities they always loved
- Companion care while you are away at work, running errands or on vacation
One of the hardest things to do is to seek support but sometimes we can’t do it all.
We Are Here to Help with Any Needs So You Can Start Thriving Again!
Hours a Day
7 Days a Week
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?
Is there a minimum number of hours?
Beaches Home Care requires a 6 hour minimum for care.
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.