Care Process

Our compassionate caregivers are not just members of our team, but they are members of our extended family. At CaringPeople, Inc. our compassionate caregivers don’t just have a job, they have a career and are part of a dedicated family of home health care professionals.

Our care professionals aim to deliver the highest level of specialized care with a specific focus on each of our individual client’s needs. Through servicing over 25,000 clients over the past two decades, we have developed a streamlined care process.

  • Assessment
  • Matching
  • Scheduling
  • Delivery Of Care

1. Assessment

During the initial assessment, we gain an understanding of the specific needs of each client. We utilize several methods and measurements to ensure we gauge the needed care as accurately as possible.

With a plan specifically tailored to your loved one’s individual requirements, they can retain their independence while still providing peace of mind that help will be there when it is needed.

2. Matching

Based on the information gathered during the assessment, we select the right caregiver to support the client’s specific needs.

Once selected, we arrange for the caregivers to be there when and where they are needed to provide the right care for the client. Our companions are screened, drug-tested, and trained and receive ongoing training, including dementia and Alzheimer’s care. They also provide the crucial socialization and safety supervision that seniors with disabilities often require.

3. Scheduling

Once selected, we arrange for the caregivers to be there when and where they are needed to provide the right care for the client. We’ve designed our processes to be flexible, fast, and easy to schedule care for your loved one.

4. Delivery Of Care

Our caregivers diligently follow the customized care plan created for the client. Using a holistic approach, we ensure your loved one’s medical, social, emotional, financial and legal needs are being met.

With a plan specifically tailored to your loved one’s individual requirements, they can retain their independence while still providing peace of mind that help will be there when it is needed.