About Helping Hands Senior Care
Helping Hands was birthed out of compassion for all those who need the Blessing of more Time and Peace of Mind. It is for Senior Adults who don’t want to lose their independence, but they acknow- ledge the fact they could use some help. It is for the Adult children or family members who are trying to be there for their loved ones as much as possible, but the demands on their time and other respon- sibilities are overbearing. It is for families who want their loved one to have someone there when they have to leave them at the hospital or a skilled nursing facility, and for those during a time of transition and healing, from the hospital or nursing facility back to their home. What-ever your need is, as your Companion in Care, we are committed to being there for you and your loved ones.
Our Care Team consists of CNAs or Care Providers who have had at least one year of experience. Recently we have also expanded our Care Team to include Personal Assistants, Friends, and Helpers.
We give prayerful consideration in placing the right Companion with you or your loved one. Once the Companion is selected they will be trained for you or your loved one’s personal care support along with the requirements of the Care Plan which includes daily, weekly, and as needed services. Our Care Team is made up of individuals who take a personal interest in the people they assist. As Helpers, they will make every effort to keep them engaged in the things they enjoy doing.
All the employees of Helping Hands Senior Care have been interviewed and screened. This includes having a nationwide criminal background check performed by a TBI licensed agency. They cannot be on the sex offender and abuse registries, they must have a clear TB skin test or chest xray, and they must have good personal and business references.
Each person joining our Care Team goes through extensive training beginning with the training and testing on twenty-five different topics. Continual training is also given on an individual basis, inservices, and informational handouts.