Elderly Care Maryland – The Best In Home Care Giver Services from Capital Home Care
Caregivers play a significant role in the recovery and health management of a patient. Caregiving requires skill experience and compassion. At Capital Home Care,we hire our caregivers for their competencies in home care services but we also look for the right attitude to patient care. Ultimately, it is their wholehearted compassion and dedication to ensure the patient’s health that matters. Attitude cannot be taught in caregiving school, nursing school or any academic setting. It is innate in the person and that’s what CAPITAL HOME CARE looks for most during recruitment for elderly care in Maryland.
To ensure that our clients are getting the very best elderly care in Maryland or wherever they are, we make use of the following procedures to sort through the applicant pool at CAPITAL HOME CARE.
- CPR and First Aid Certifications
- Reference Checking with Previous Employers
- State Required Health Screenings
- Verification of CNA / CMT / GNA / LPN / RN Licenses or Certificates
- Personal and Panel Interviews
- Criminal Background Check
Once hired, the caregivers are subjected to Pre-Deployment Orientation and Training. They also have a Continuing Education Plan and Ongoing Performance Assessments conducted by CHC periodically.
The Caregivers are monitored and regularly trained by CHC Registered Nurses on the field, who are also supervised by the CHC Director of Nursing. Even more stringent screenings, trainings and verifications processes apply to the RNs in the field and office.
In-home care services through competent Caregivers are available throughout the state of Maryland and Virginia.
We understand the patients may need culturally sensitive care and we have a rich cultural mix of many Bi-lingual, Spanish Speaking Caregivers, Hindi Speaking Caregivers, Mandarin Speaking Caregivers, Cantonese Speaking Caregivers, Farsi Speaking Caregivers. Other common languages spoken by caregivers are including but not limited to, Urdu, Arabic, Farsi and Vietnamese. All of the Caregivers are well conversant in English.