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Resources for Older Adults

A: Home Care Assistance offers home care on a daily and hourly basis, but for more information on this subject, visit our Care Services Page or our Care Frequently Asked Questions.

Q: What kinds of care services do you offer?

Q: What’s unique about the service provided by Home Care Assistance?

A: Our rigorous caregiver selection process includes an exclusive psychologist-generated test that measures honesty and conscientiousness. We also have a PhD-developed Home Care Assistance University that is used to train caregivers with proven techniques and skills for improving and prolonging seniors’ quality of life. Our emphasis on providing long-term care from consistent, expertly matched caregivers ensures quality in care and maintains familiarity and emotional stability. Home Care Assistance specializes in daily care, with caregivers providing assistance, monitoring and companionship around-the-clock. Our proprietary Balanced Care Method™ is a holistic approach to care based on the scientifically studied lifestyles of the longest living individuals in the world. Our Cognitive Therapeutics Method™ engages clients in fun and effective activities designed to promote long-term brain health.

Q: What makes Home Care Assistance caregivers such great caregivers?

A: We start by attracting and hiring the best, most experienced caregivers in the area. We screen them with the most comprehensive tests in the industry. But we don’t leave it at that. Home Care Assistance has developed exclusive training programs to provide nutrition and longevity-promoting techniques. We even have a monthly newsletter that keeps all of our caregivers up-to-date on the latest insights in the home care industry.

Q: What is the difference between daily care and hourly care?

A: With our daily care service, caregivers come in shifts and stay with the client around-the-clock, ready to assist with all activities of daily living and ensuring safety all hours of the day. 24/7 Care provides service for those seniors who require close supervision at all times. Hourly Care is typically provided at a minimum of four hours but is also available for more consecutive hours at a time.

Q: Do you have a service contract I have to sign?

A: There’s no service contract with Home Care Assistance. That means you can use our services for only as long as you need and with 100% satisfaction. Start enjoying worry-free senior care now!

Q: How does Home Care Assistance screen and hire caregivers?

A: Home Care Assistance of West Texas interviews 25 caregivers for every one that we hire. We start by requiring a minimum of two years of verifiable experience with excellent references. Next, we conduct thorough background checks including local and national criminal records, driving record checks and verify eligibility for employment. Home Care Assistance caregivers are fully bonded, insured, licensed where required and covered by workers’ compensation insurance.

Q: Why is Home Care Assistance good for seniors?

A: Our experienced caregivers offer seniors safety, companionship, emotional support and they make sure they receive proper nutrition, they are taking the correct medication, and more. Home Care Assistance caregivers are highly skilled and specially trained in emotional support, nutritional guidance, fall prevention, brain-sharpening activities and even light physical activity. We spend significant time matching the perfect caregiver with the client based on personality, life experience and commonalities.

Q: Why is Home Care Assistance good for seniors’ family members?

A: Home Care Assistance brings peace of mind to families because your loved one is cared for by the very best, most reliable caregivers. On call to serve you 24/7, we eliminate the effort and worry of finding, screening, paying and managing a caregiver. If your caregiver ever runs late or becomes ill or is unable to keep the scheduled visit, we will find a qualified substitute caregiver. Home Care Assistance reduces stress for the whole family. Plus, our caregivers allow family members to enjoy quality time with their loved ones, instead of focusing on stressful daily needs.

Q: What does it mean when you say lifestyle care?

A: By remaining in their homes, seniors are able to maintain the lifestyle they have been accustomed to enjoying throughout their life. Keeping all their possessions and familiar surroundings, home care clients are able to visit the same stores, restaurants, neighbors and parks they know and love.

Q: How do you supervise caregivers?

A: You don’t just hire a caregiver. You work with a full Care Team to ensure the highest standards of care are met. Before beginning home care services, the care team creates a schedule and a plan that covers all aspects of the appropriate care and go over it with the caregiver. A Client Care Manager at Home Care Assistance makes regular Quality Assurance visits to ensure the quality of care is exceptional and makes changes as needed.

Q: Home Care Assistance caregivers provide excellent help at home. Can they assist in locations besides the senior’s residence?

A: Yes we can! We can visit seniors anywhere they need care. During hospital stays, our hospital care providers can assist around-the-clock companionship and monitoring for safety. Many residents of senior care communities also hire Home Care Assistance caregivers to provide the personal one-to-one attention they deserve. We can even accompany seniors on vacations, enabling them to travel in safety and freedom.

Q: In what areas of care do Home Care Assistance caregivers specialize?

A: Our extensive roster of skilled caregivers include those experienced and trained in a number of specialized care requirements that commonly affect older adults. These include:


Q: What is respite care and how can it help family caregivers?

A: Often, a family member or friend cares for an aging loved one, but the job can be stressful and puts pressure on the relationship. Respite Care is temporary or hourly care designed to give family caregivers a much needed break so they can take care of our priorities in their life and prevent caregiver burnout.

- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Dementia
- Cancer
- Rehabilitation
- Orthopedics
- Stroke and Neurology
- Hospice

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