Caregiver Screening & Training

Caregiver Screening & Training

AAA We Make Time Home CarePartner Screening

AAA We Make Time Home Care’s all-encompassing screening process and on-going training takes the risk out of having unsupervised workers in your home.  Of course, all of our Caregivers are employees, with a stable majority having been with the company for 3+ years eliminating the revolving door of Caregivers. We perform extensive work, driving and criminal background checks.  Rest assured, they are fully bonded, and HomeLife Partners takes care of all federal and state taxes, unemployment, liability insurance and worker’s compensation.  These necessary details protect seniors and their estates from the possibility of worker injury claims, tax violations and unlawful activities by unscreened individuals.  Put simply, all the risk is yours if a Home Care company provides independent contractors or you hire privately, and there is risk in hiring Home Care workers.

 

“AAA We Make Time Home Care” Pre-Employment Screening:
fav-icon Validate & Trace of Social Security Number
fav-icon More than 1 year experience as an in-home caregiver
fav-icon National Criminal Background Check fav-icon Clean medical history with medical clearance
fav-icon Nationwide Sex Offender Check fav-icon Integrity testing defining character
fav-icon Valid Driver’s License or State Identification Card fav-icon Verify performance at a minimum of three prior employers
fav-icon Clean driving record from DMV annually fav-icon Testing of knowledge of skills and chronic illnesses
fav-icon Multiple one-on-one interviews prior to approval by Certified Geriatric Care Manager or Director of Operations fav-icon Each caregiver’s car is visually inspected to assure cleanliness & safety
fav-icon English is spoken clearly


Customized Training: One Client at a Time

Before our Caregiver ever walks through your door, they receive a “Customer Orientation” from our Care Manager and any additional training if applicable to your needs.  We review the Care Plan, which is developed for you based on the original Needs Assessment, assuring that they understand your needs and preferences.  Client-specific training may include instruction on diet requirements for clients who are on blood thinners, are diabetic, or suffer from diverticulitis.  Customized training in body mechanics, transfers, bathing techniques are also done to assure a safe experience for both the Caregiver and the client.  Every time a Caregiver begins a new assignment, they must complete the Customer Orientation no matter how long they have worked for us.

 

AAA We Make Time Home Care” On-Going Post-Employment Development:
fav-icon 15-Subject training program developed by the founder of the Center for Caregiver Training fav-icon Written examination of AAA WMTHC’s policies and procedures
fav-icon Written testing after completion of caregiver training fav-icon Client-specific training prior to walking in your door
fav-icon Covered by Workers Compensation fav-icon All state & federal taxes are paid
fav-icon CPR Certification fav-icon Covered by auto insurance
fav-icon Quarterly safety training fav-icon Covered by liability umbrella policy
fav-icon H.E.L.P. disaster preparedness training fav-icon Annual driving record reviews
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