Trust in Visiting Angels for care of a loved one
When a mother or father or other family member requires in-home care, it usually falls on the loved ones to pick up the responsibility.
These responsibilities can be all consuming and can often impeding the family member’s job. In these cases people often seek out help, but what they get in return is inferior care.
Since this is a loved one, the care the family member can give is often superior to someone who is caring for that person as just a job—but Visiting Angels Assistance Services does not see themselves in this role. Instead they want to be sure they are like another member of the family.
Visiting Angels can help with hygiene, meal preparation, errands and shopping and be a trusted and friendly companion. The train in-home caregiver can take the senior about their day as they would normally, taking them to the park, to the movies—any activity they usually enjoy.
The choice of the caregiver is all up the family. No executive or manager at Visiting Angels will simple send the next available caregiver for long-term or temporary care. They will sit down with the family and they will make the choice.
“It is important for us to make sure there is a match before placement,” said Terri Divine of Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services. “This is not something most of our competitors do and it really makes us stand out. The caregiver will meet with the family and they, and they alone, will make the choice to accept the caregiver.”
For more information on their services, contact Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services at (832) 632-CARE (2273) or visit their local website at http://visitingangelshouston.com/ or the corporate website at http://visitingangels.com/.
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