Why All Heart is the best Place for Caregiver Heroes ?

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A home health aide is a specialist who can delegate different tasks for providing high-quality care for their patients. Every home attendant must not only monitor the seniors’ health but also perform different household chores. On the other hand, caregivers’ duties vary depending on the individual needs of their patients. However, such a specialist must interact both with the elderly citizen but also with their relatives for productive work.

The Key Recommendations in Searching For The Home Health Aides Job Position

Though for some it may be easy enough to find a caregiver’s job, but for others, looking for the appropriate workplace may take little more time and effort. It is important to have any wishes and expectations before starting the whole process. The more specific you are, the easier itis to find a good workplace. To start, use these 3 recommendations:

  1. Consider your  desired work schedule. The first thing to decide is whether your employment will be full or partial. 24/7 work will help you provide patients with better care and increase income levels. A part-time schedule allows taking a few cases at the same time but that is not always a good decision. On  one hand, home health aides wouldn’t get enough rest; on the other hand, patient care times often do not coincide.
  2. Take the area in which you want to work into account. Consider the commute times and how you would get to your case. Companies like All Heart Homecare Agency do everything possible to provide their employees with appropriate cases depending on the where they live. So, be sure  to inform coordinator about the desired area.
  3. Remember your previous experience. Home attendants’ duties may differ depending on the patients’ diseases. For instance, home bound seniors may  need a physically strong helper while dementia patients may need  special psychological support. So, if you already used to work as a home attendant, inform the HR manager about that too. Thus, they will be able to find a client, seeing your existing experience.

All Heart caregivers carry out many duties: from daily blood pressure measurements to setting droppers and inserting a catheter. Life-saving skills are a must, especially in caring for bedridden, frail, elderly patients. Therefore, all who are planning to provide professional home health care must have the appropriate education. In order to become a home health aide, one must go through special training in order to get certified

Which Benefits Do All Heart Caregivers Get?

We should remember that the home health aide is a highly demanded trade. Therefore, representatives of this profession can count on comfortable working conditions and a good salary. Applying for All Heart home health care agency will help a potential home attendant  solve numerous problems, and here are some of them:

  • Getting lots of bonuses. Additional work and actions must be paid and All Heart Homecare Agency rewards everyone who takes part in the referral program. Moreover, all the new employees get an additional bonus after two weeks of working over the case.
  • Safe and guaranteed. All Heart caregivers may count for stable work and social protection. To be more precise, the responsible agency must provide their employees with paid sick and vacation days. The home health aides’ duties list must be approved by the parties before creating the case.
  • Careful patient and home attendant selection. To start, the home health aide must have the necessary experience for serving seniors with specific diseases. Also, the individual demands and health features of both sides must be taken into account. First, we are talking about any allergic reactions or other possible restrictions.
  • Quick employment. While starting with All Heart Homecare Agency, home health aides get professional training during their orientation and then 4 times a year during their in-service classes. All the necessary knowledge is provided in the most accessible format, any unnecessary information is excluded. After the training, the coordinators  start looking for the appropriate case.

All Heart Homecare is glad to help their team members reach  their goals and strive for more. Our work experience allows us to find an approach not only to clients, but to home attendants as well. Before starting the case, we need to know as much as possible about the potential worker: not only experience and knowledge, but also their personal traits.

As a result, All Heart Homecare Agency caregivers reach professional heights and receive sincere gratitude from their patients. We are happy to get more and more positive reviews from elderly citizens and their children. Moreover, our agency is constantly hiring new members, so, you may also become a part of our company.  We are waiting for your application!

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Reducing a Heat Stroke in the Summertime For Seniors

Did you know that if you are thirsty, your body is already actually 2% more dehydrated? This means when you are trying to regulate heat, your body becomes weaker than you are aware! This is especially difficult for seniors as their bodies are more fragile to temperature and dehydration. 

The following article will share some of the things you can do to help your loved ones reduce the chances of a heat stroke during times like summer where temperatures can significantly rise. 

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New York Goes On PAUSE: What Does It Mean for a Home Health Care Aide?

On March 22, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued an Order requiring that all non‐essential workers across the state must stay at home. Nevertheless, the Governor has designated All Heart Home Care Agency and companies working in the health care and home care industries as essential businesses. This means that All Heart Homecare employees have a special responsibility to maintain their normal work schedule during this State of Emergency. For Home Health Care Aides this means the following:

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Being a Caregiver and a Parent During Coronavirus

We all have so many questions lately on what’s going on with COVID-19 and, honestly, it can be pretty overwhelming. It seems like everything around us is getting canceled and closures have become an ever-growing list. Kids are out of school, parents are remotely working, if not, many of them are even laid off from their jobs as the tensions are rising. 

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All Heart Homecare Bonuses

All Heart Homecare Agency is the place where we want to make our employees feel confident and comfortable. Did you learn about our new bonuses we offer to our home attendants?

It’s a fantastic opportunity to get a $300 bonus! Simply refer a new patient to our agency.

How to take care of a bed-bound patient

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A bed-bound patient is someone who has become very weak and is no longer able to move easily, instead, they are confined to their bed. By becoming bedridden, it doesn’t only take a toll on the patient’s life, but also those who take care of him or her. As a caregiver, it is essential to learn how to properly take care of a bed-bound patient, both physically and emotionally.