Personal Care | Home Health
Hourly home care allows clients to hire our caregivers on an hourly or as-needed basis. By helping with daily activities, our caregivers enable clients to maintain their normal daily routines and age in place.
Homemakers make a difference by providing assistance, friendship and socialization to adults who may have difficulty with daily living tasks, such as shopping or paying bills.
We have qualified professional nurses to conduct each care plan, the professional nurse (RN) will also perform a consult every 30-60 days to ensure the recipients received the appropriate care and are happy with their service.
All information is confidential, and cannot be shared without consent.
Clients always have the option to keep the caregiver, or terminate the caregiver as they wish. We have backup caregivers that can always fill in. Clients can always try several caregivers and decide which caregiver they prefer.
In some cases we do need a Dr. referral by submitting a Physician statement of need (for new clients only)
We have a 24hr help line, in addition to a QP line.
All PCA’s must pass a background check. We also make sure all care givers are immune, vaccinated, and have been trained by a qualifying professional nurse, and pass PCA test.
The company tries to match caregivers to clients in several important ways. The caregiver's skills must match the client's needs. In making assignments, Maplewood Home Care takes into account how close caregivers live to the clients. And the company tries to match a client's hobbies and interests with those of a caregiver -- so that a client who once taught music might be matched with a caregiver with a musical bent.
Contact the managing employee, HR, or QP.
Yes, the QP must create a care plan before the caregiver can begin.
All caregivers have their own schedule, usually we typically send them their schedule one a month.
Yes, our goal is not to provide you with quality care, but we also want to be a source for you.