Services include, but are not limited to:
• Caring companionship
• Meal planning and preparation
• Light housekeeping/laundry
• Incidental transportation/errands
• Medication reminders
• Safe bathing
• Assistance with bill paying
• Information and referral services
• Sitter services and more…
The starting point is a free in-depth assessment:
• Personal history and preference
• Preferred daily routines and activities
• Health and medications
• Emergency procedures
• Nutrition issues
• Transportation needs
Caregivers at Signature In-Home Care, Inc. are carefully selected individuals that endure a comprehensive hiring process. In addition to being insured and bonded, each caregiver is cleared by: drug testing, criminal background checks, driving records, reference checks, and more. Caregivers that pass the screening process are then enrolled in Signature’s caregiver training program.
Signature In-Home Care, Inc. offers services throughout Northeast Alabama and they are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Payment methods include private pay, Long Term Care insurance, Medicaid Waiver, and VA (Homemaker Home Health Aide).
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If you help familes plan for or deal with elder care matters, then you owe it to yourself and to families across America to become a professional member of the National ElderCare Matters Alliance and to be listed on the many Elder Care / Senior Care Directories that are sponsored by this National Alliance of Elder Care Professionals.
For additional information about professional membership in the National ElderCare Matters Alliance, (including the many benefits of becoming one of our ElderCare Matters Partners) and to download an Application for your Basic, Premium or Partner Membership in the National ElderCare Matters Alliance, visit: ElderCare Matters Alliance.