Our Quality Standards
When you have decided "I need help at home", you don't want to work with a home care company who doesn't have high quality standards in place. Choosing the right in home care service is critical. Which is why finding the best quality home care should be your focus.
Affordable HomeCare has quality standards in place that many others may not. When researching your home care options you might find it useful to compare the below standards we use to our competitors. We’re certain you’ll find that Affordable HomeCare focuses more on quality home care services than our competitors.
You don't want someone practicing on your loved one. After reviewing our Caregiver Selection page you will notice we spend a great deal of time and effort to select only the best Personal Assistants. You can have peace of mind knowing your loved one is receiving the care they deserve.
It is unacceptable to have a caregiver that is simply put into service without training. Formal training is important. This allows caregivers to handle out of the ordinary situations with your loved one. Affordable HomeCare has Personal Assistants that are formally trained in topics such as:
- Pre Hire Training
- Dementia Specific
- Hospice Care
- Hospitalization Prevention
- Customer Service
- Healthy Eating
- Require Ongoing Education
Registered Nurse Oversight
A second set of eyes help to ensure excellent care. Better yet, having a set of eyes from a Registered Nurse allows your love one to benefit from their medical experience. To make sure we provide the highest quality home care available we use Registered Nurses to help develop our care plans as well as periodically visiting our Clients.
Now a days it’s easy to do some quick research online and see whether or not a company has good reviews. See for yourself what others have said about our services on popular sites like Facebook and Google. Visit our Testimonials page to see even more reviews from some of the thousands of happy Clients we’ve served since 1989.
Home care providers that are involved in professional organizations like the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) demonstrates an active interest in staying on top of important issues and promotes quality standards for the home care industry.