We understand that our reputation depends on the quality of our caregivers. Simply put, our caregivers are our most valuable assets. We go to great lengths to make sure that our caregivers are experienced, top-quality, high-character, professionals.
Prior to being considered for employment, our caregivers go through extensive drug and criminal background checks. Our caregivers must have their own car and have clean driving records. There is no substitute for experience. Many of our caregivers have cared for their own loved ones, worked for another agency or have a nursing background. Safe at Home Senior Care caregivers are our employees. This means that everyone employed by our agency is bonded, insured and covered under workers compensation insurance which protects you and your family from loss and liability. Finally, before hiring a caregiver for employment, we ask ourselves, “would we trust this person to take care of our mother or our father?” If the answer is no, we do not hire that individual.
What does this mean to you?
Our caregivers are bonded employees. Safe at Home Senior Care subscribes to an insurance policy that protects you and your family from the unlikely event of any property damage or theft. While it is an extremely rare occurrence, in the event you or your loved ones become victims of theft, Safe at Home Senior Care will stand behind you, take corrective action and make sure that any losses you incur will be fully re-cooperated through our insurance policy.
All of Safe at Home Senior Care’s caregivers are employees and are covered by general and professional liability insurance, along with workers compensation.
Regardless of experience level, a pre-requisite to employment with Safe at Home Senior Care is the completion of an extensive training course. This certified training course was designed by The Seniors Choice, the worlds largest and most recognizable network of senior care providers.
We provide continued education to our caregivers in the form of ongoing training that educates on various topics and ailments affecting the senior community including: fall prevention, caring for individuals with dementia, hospice care and more.
In committing to work with Safe at Home, you are trusting us to take care of you or your family member. We will honor that trust by committing to provide you with trusted, professional, caregivers that are dedicated to providing care that will allow you or your loved one to remain safe at home for as long as possible.