CT Homecare Program

Health assistance at Beyond Home care allows seniors to remain independent in a professionally managed and carefully designed community setting.

CNA & HHA Skills

Have care needs that are often provided in a given facility but you prefer something else? We can bring health and homemaker services to you, for the compassion and care you need–on your terms.

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Our home care services are wide-ranged, and personally customized to meet each of our client’s individual and specific needs at every age and stage of life.

PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANCE

Personal care aides, also known as caregivers, personal attendants, homemakers, or companions, assist with the daily tasks of elderly, mentally disabled, chronically ill, or physically challenged clients, as well as hospice patients and those in various stages of rehabilitation or recovery. Aides might work at clients’ homes, residential care or hospice facilities, adult day care centers, or senior centers.

CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE

A certified nursing assistant’s (CNA) main role is to provide basic care to patients, as well as assist them in daily activities they might have trouble with on their own, such as bathing. Because of the personal nature of the job, a certified nursing assistant job description must include people skills and the ability to be compassionate and enjoy helping others.

COMPANION

 

  • Handling basic housekeeping, such as dusting, sweeping, mopping, organizing, and laundry
  • Taking a genuine interest in client by listening to their needs, ensuring that their environment is clean and safe, and providing them with proper food and medication.
  • Monitoring clients, recording and reporting any developments or concerns to appropriate parties, such as company supervisors, doctors, or family members.
  • Driving clients to planned outings or events.
  • Handling errands for or with client, such as grocery shopping, paying bills, writing letters, etc.
  • Providing emotional support for clients as they heal or cope with their conditions.

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