Right at home…
QUALITY CARE WITH PEACE OF MIND
PRIVATE DUTY SERVICES (NON-MEDICAL)
We offer quality private duty care and provide caring Personal Care Attendants and Home Health Aides in a client’s home or residence. Your friend, family member, or loved one will receive a broad range of services to allow them to remain independent and enjoy living where they want to–at home. Private Duty Care provides the necessary living assistance as well as freedom for individuals in need.
WHAT IS PRIVATE DUTY SERVICES?
When the need for help with day-to-day living at home is present, we understand that questions arise. We provide you with the information that will assist you in determining the services that will best serve you and assist in managing your daily needs. We offer a personalized assessment, performed by a Registered Nurse, to review all the elements of your living situation, and with you, determine the services that will be appropriate. The assessment process is designed to provide you with maximum comfort, security, and personal care.
WHAT SERVICES ARE PROVIDED?
Any combination of the following services may be part of a client’s Plan of Care:
- Personal care assistance
- Meal preparation/Diet monitoring
- Light housekeeping
- Errands and Shopping
- Friendly companionship
- Hourly rates
- Mornings, mid-day, early evenings
- Temporary or Long-term
- Weekends, holidays
- Occasional respite for family caregiver
WHO PAYS FOR PRIVATE DUTY CARE?
Private Duty means private pay. No government funding is used for the cost of care. The most common methods for covering the cost of care is through Long Term Care Insurance benefits, out of pocket, or other types of savings arrangements.
WHO DELIVERS THE CARE?
Care is provided by certified Home Health Aides or a select group of Private Duty Care Attendants, who have undergone specialized training and cleared a background check through the NM Department of Health Screening Program. To help maximize your peace-of-mind, you will have the opportunity to interview any caregiver that we refer and participate in the selection process of the one you feel most comfortable with.
After our caregiver has been placed in your home, we continue our contacts through supervisory home visits. Most important, we continually communicate with the caregiver who is providing care to you.