At this point, you have likely heard and read endless articles about baby boomers entering their senior years. It’s true, the largest demographic generation, perhaps in all of Western history, are reaching their retirement age. And what’s more, they are expected to live longer than any generation previous to them. This poses its challenges and opportunities for the economy and society as a whole. But what does it mean to you.
If you are reading this, you likely have a parent or loved one who is nearing or is in their senior years. Or perhaps you yourself are a senior. As we grow older, many of us will need increased care. That’s just a factor of age. But that shouldn’t mean that we have to uproot ourselves, vacate our homes and move to a retirement facility or nursing home if we don’t want to. Those homes might be fine for some, but many of us would like to stay in our own homes, where we’ve lived for years, maybe even decades. That’s where Executive Care comes in.
Executive Care is all about providing seniors with the care they need right in the comfort of their own home. We believe that no senior should have to leave her home if she or he does not want to. And, at Executive Care, we recognize that seniors’ needs are as diverse as they are. Some might have serious health concerns that require around-the-clock care.
That’s why we offer live-in care, in which a friendly, trusted, and skilled care worker will live inside your home with you (or with your elderly loved one). On the other end of the spectrum, we also offer homemaker services and companion care, for those seniors who just need a little help taking care of their home or could use somebody to talk to and socialize with. Executive Care is all about offering exactly the care you and your family needs right in your own home.
Who is Executive Care?
At Executive Care, we understand that we carry a great responsibility. That is why we only hire the most qualified and the most responsible care workers. All prospective nurses and caregivers undergo an intensive pre-employment screening process, which includes a criminal background investigation, verification of references, and employment history. Our employees are also subject to all state and federal health requirements, meaning that they must be free of communicable diseases and must be physically able to fulfill their in-home job requirements.
Furthermore, all of our nurses and caregivers are bonded and insured, experienced, skills tested, and all undergo continuing education and training in senior home care. The caregivers are closely supervised, monitored, and managed by Executive Care supervisors and Registered Nurses.
Lastly, all Executive Care caregivers are periodically evaluated using performance assessments. All of this is to say that, at Executive Care, we know that the happiness, health, and well being of your loved ones are in our hands, so we only hire the best care workers to work with us.
If you have any questions about any of Executive Care’s services please do not hesitate to contact us today. We’d love to hear from you and get you or your elderly loved ones started with great, in-home care.