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Types of Caregivers

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Professional & Personalized In-Home Care Solutions

For the quality in-home care services for your seniors or elders at home, you always need to have experienced caregivers specially trained in providing the required assistance or senior home health care services for your loved ones. We provide friendly and reliable caregivers specially trained to give the assisted living support to help your seniors in their day-to-day tasks such as bathing, dressing, oral hygiene, meal preparation, medication reminders, housekeeping, laundry, shopping and accompanying them to appointments, to name a few. We also offer specialized health care services for patients in houses.

We believe in providing quality in-home care services at affordable rates. We do not offer “on the job training”. Rather, we prefer hiring only experienced caregivers who would help your loved ones with all activities of daily living in the comfort and privacy of their own homes. Hiring our professionals means leaving your loved one in the hands of someone who is responsible, friendly, and caring. Our years of experience and expertise in this field ensure that you will always receive the highest level of home care that is within your budget.

We use a personalized screening method to select the best and most committed caregivers available via our interview process. We do complete reference checks, certification checks, and FBI federal and state criminal background checks. We also customize our in-home care services to suit your specific needs and give you the opportunity to interview any caregiver so that you may choose the care professional you want.

Types of Our Professional Caregivers:

Registered Nurse (RN) – Our Registered Nurses (RNs) have extensive education and have passed rigorous state curriculum requirements and a standardized national exam after their college program to obtain their nursing license. They are competent enough to provide expert nursing care in addition to supervising other members of the health team that includes LPNs, LVNs, CNAs, or HHAs. They personally visit patients, supervise nursing staff,and suggest ways to improve and deliver efficient health care.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) / Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN) – LPNs sometimes also known as LVNs are professionals who hold necessary nursing license. We offer the most qualified nurses to provide patients with desired health care and assistance under the the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a physician. Our caregivers deliver timely nursing care as per the physician’s plan of care.

Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)/ Home Health Aide (HHA) – Both our CNAs and HHAs assist patients in their day-to-day activities including personal care, walking, nutrition, medications, toileting, health monitoring (i.e. blood pressure), and light housekeeping, to name a few. They are certified professionals skilled in actual procedures and also make observations of a patient’s condition for reporting purposes. They maintain their state license to provide necessary help in personal care activities of daily living (hands on care), as per the instructions of the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

Homemaker/Companion/Sitter – Homemakers, companions, or the sitters fall under non-certified category and usually perform non-medical services such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, laundry, shopping, medication reminders, errands, general companionship, and so on. Companions also do not perform direct personal care. Instead, they are typically limited to providing homemaking and companionship to those who need assistance because of diminished mobility, reduced eyesight or arthritis.

Better Living Senior Assistance Services Contact Information

Please contact us with your questions and concerns. We will also appreciate suggestions from you.