Our Personal Experience
To tell you about HomeLife Personal Care services, we must first tell you the story of us. We are sisters whose family experienced an inexplicable tragedy in 1978. Our little brother Robbie underwent what was thought to be minor surgery, but came away suffering a traumatic brain injury. He was 9 years old and the youngest sibling. We struggled to aide our mother in caring for Robbie but as we all grew older and started families of our own and some of us moved away, the burden of 24 hour care fell solely to our mother. We learned many things from our years with Robbie. He changed our lives, not so much because of his condition, while indeed a factor, but because of his character. One lesson we learned early on is that dependable, quality assistance is very difficult to find.
We have dedicated our lives to careers in healthcare and helping those who cannot help themselves. We have 90 combined years of professional healthcare and homecare experience and a life time of personal experience taking care of the needs of patients. All together again, we realized a lifelong dream to provide help to other families that are in as much need as we were by forming Homelife. We are a local company not a franchise. Our experience has taught us there are many that can benefit from our services, from the newly disabled to veterans returning home, to the new mother that needs help with a precious newborn and all that is in between!
Our philosophy is simple…
For every question “why” begs the question “how”?
We rarely understand the “why” but we know the “how”!
We can help. At home… In your life…
HomeLife Personal Care Services
Call us today at 904-646-8993 and share your story!
Caregiver Training and Education
We understand that the quality of care depends on the training and education our caregivers receive that is why all of our caregivers are required to be experienced as well as specialized training in Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Stroke recovery as well as post-hospitalization care. We pride ourselves in hiring people for their compassion, experience, and flexibility. But we know this isn’t all it takes to provide the best care possible. Caregivers also need excellent skills and competency in care — and that comes from excellent training.
Why does training matter?
- Trained caregivers provide the highest quality of care to you or your loved one
- Trained caregivers know how to recognize when medical care is needed
- Trained caregivers can help their clients avoid injury around the home
A caregiver who is specifically trained in his or her job will provide a consistent, higher level of quality care.