The Standard of Excellence in Home Care
With 30+ years of proven experience, CareGivers of America offers
clients compassion, dignity and exceptional home healthcare
services that enable them to remain in the comfort of their own
home in Broward, West Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade Counties.
A Full Array of Services
Registered Nurses, Licenses Practical Nurses, H.H.A’s/C.N.A’s,
Live-in Companions, State licensed, bonded and insured.
Providing Care you can Trust
One phone call to CareGivers of America makes it our responsibility to
coordinate all the home care services necessary to ensure the well being
of our patients. Simply stated, CareGivers of America does it all and more.
It’s a fact!
Cost Effectiveness & Dedication
With the cost of nursing home care rising continuously, in-home care
becomes an increasingly more cost-effective alternative for many people.
Choosing CareGivers of America provides you with this advantage, while also
giving you some of the best rates offered in the home health care industry.
This affordability has made us one of the leading home health care agencies
CareGivers of America is committed to referring high quality home care services that allow our patients to lead dignified and independent lives in the comfort and safety of their place of residence.
Care You Can Trust!
Today’s world calls upon us to provide our loved ones with the best personal assistance possible, while allowing them the comfort and dignity of living in their own homes. Age, physical disability, and illness are just some of the many factors that necessitate assistance. For over 30 years, we have proven our leadership in the home health industry while showing continuous dedication in referring the highest level of care. There is an alternative to nursing homes and assisted living facilities; Home Health Care. We serve residents in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties.
Cost Effectiveness & Dedication
With the cost of nursing home care rising, in-home care becomes an increasingly more cost-effective alternative for the elder community. Choosing CareGivers of America provides you with this advantage, while also giving you some of the best rates offered in the home health care industry. This affordability has made us one of the leading home health care agencies in South Florida.
Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for long or short term care. Further we are always available: our on call office coordinators and 24-hour on call staff allows us to see to your needs around the clock, since your needs are our top priority!
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We Refer a Full Array of Services With Our Experienced & Professional Staff
Registered Nurses • Licenses Practical Nurses • H.H.A’s/C.N.A’s • Live-in Companions • State licensed, bonded and insured.
Home Health Aides
When looking for a trained compassionate “people” person to provide essential care services, a Home Health Aide is the one. Home Health Aides assist with direct patient care such as bathing, dressing, bathroom assistance, and exercising. They also assist with domestic services such as meal preparation, grocery shopping, and light housekeeping. Some clients, such as dementia patients, require a Home Health Aide to be on duty around the clock. A Home Health Aide may spend the entire day with a client who cannot talk. Home Health Aides also provide companionship to individuals who rarely leave the home and may have little social contact.
Certified Nursing Assistant
When looking for a trained compassionate person with formal training, you’ll find the Certified Nursing Assistant. Certified Nursing Assistants perform many tasks such as bathing, dressing, bathroom assistance, and exercising. Along with the domestic tasks, they also provide medical assistance with equipment and monitoring the client’s behavior and well-being. Their communications skills help provide a channel with the client, physician, and the family.
Licensed Practical Nurses
These nurses care for the injured, sick, convalescent, and disabled clients. They provide basic nursing care such as bathing, dressing, and personal hygiene. They undergo clinical instruction which allows them to provide medical care such as bedsore treatments, enemas, injections, and tube feedings. They can also perform dressing changes, ice packs, and monitor catheters and drains. They also have keen observation skills to report medication side effects and provide client progress reports.
When in need of a nurse that is benevolent, caring, detailed, and has problem solving skills, look for a Registered Nurse. These nurses care for clients, administer medications, and communicate with physician’s and other medical professionals to devise an individual care plan on the client. They will monitor and assess client’s needs to provide the best possible care. They also have teaching skills to educate the clients how to manage their illnesses.
It is great comfort to have a caregiver.
“For the past several weeks, one of your aides has been caring for my mother, in my parents’ home.
I want you to know that she is one of the most conscientious people I have ever met. She is so wonderful in the way that she treats my mother that it eases my mind knowing she is there when I cannot be.”
You and your staff were so very helpful.
“You and your staff were so very helpful, I don’t think I could have made it without your help. Please keep up the good work.
Thanks again for all your help.”
Anyone would be lucky to have her as a care giver.
“I feel I was most fortunate to have the care giver I did. I had a very serious surgery on my neck, which left me with four titanium screws. Because of my delicate condition, I had to wear a neck brace which did not permit me to have a lot of mobility. My aide showed me she has the most compassion for being a care giver.
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