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Frequently Asked Senior In-Home Care Questions
Below are some of our most asked senior home care questions. We are always available to answer any other questions or address any concerns you may have. Give us a call at your convenience
We provide a wide range of services to keep you or your loved one at home safe. From cooking and cleaning to companion or personal care, we have you covered. We provide hospice and respite care also. Offering great flexibility; from just a few hours of home care assistance, part-time service up to 24-hour care.
Typically within 24-48 hours. Vida At Home can quickly have a caregiver in place within a few hours for our clients with an immediate need. We can even do discharge from a hospital or a facility.
Vida At Home caregivers’ are our employees. We never employ contractors. As employers, we contribute to their social security, medicare, disability, and workers compensation.
Yes, we always come out to meet our prospective clients’ before service so we can assess the level of care needed, develop a home care plan, and match up an appropriate caregiver for your situation.
We provide service in the greater Tucson metropolitan area. Including Oro Valley, Marana, Green Valley, Sahuarita, and Vail area.
Yes, in fact, we have great relationships with many senior facilities in and around Tucson. We work hand in hand while communicating with everyone involved. This helps ensure continuity of care and guarantee best possible outcomes.
Every situation is different. Typically prices vary between $20-30 an hour depending on how many hours needed as well as the level of service provided. Vida At Home always includes nurse-oversight and advocacy with every client regardless of cost.
We accept private pay and work with many long term care insurance companies.
When we come out, we will assess your current situation and environment. We will always provide you with helpful tips, feedback, and resources we can.
It’s not easy to become a Vida At Home caregiver. We conduct a thorough background check. Check references and verify work history. Perform random drug tests. We investigate character, appearance, compassion and personality. Finally, we ask ourselves would they be good enough for our own mother? If a caregiver isn’t good enough for our mother, they are not good enough for your loved one.