Serving Greater South Jersey
Always Best Care (ABC) of Greater South Jersey combines national strength and standards with local accessibility and personal service. Always Best Care provides our senior community and their families with exceptional services through strong community relationships. Tammy and Bo Taylor, owners of Always Best Care of Greater South Jersey, take great pride in knowing that the services provided by ABC are unique. Our distinctive approach allows clients to stay at home or transition into a senior community where care and support are integrated into the community. Always Best Care provides assisted living referral consulting services (much like a realtor). For our clients who choose to remain in their homes, our nursing staff will conduct a full level of care assessment to develop a personalized plan of care. Our nursing staff will oversee and manage the care provided for the duration of services performed by Always Best Care staff. Our in-home care providers are licensed, insured, and bonded. We do thorough local and national background checks on all caregivers. We test and screen our employees and provide ongoing education and training so that our in-home clients can take comfort in knowing that any caregiver we place in your home is a caregiver we would place with our mom and dad. We transition our clients to an environment that allows them to maintain dignity and respect while receiving care. Always Best Care would like to help you understand all options available to you and your family. We look forward to assisting you in implementing the appropriate care that you decide is best for you and your loved one!
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Yes. Every single caregiver that is responsible for providing in-home care in Marlton on behalf of Always Best Care is fully insured and bonded. We do this to ensure that your loved one is always protected against any theft or damages in their own home.
Furthermore, we also provide complimentary Worker's Compensation for all of our staff so that if they were to injure themselves while working, the only person liable to pay any claims for compensation would be our insurance company, not your loved one.
Every applicant that applies for a role supplying home care in Marlton for Always Best Care has to go through a vigorous vetting process. Our highly qualified recruitment team will look into an applicant's past workplace responsibilities, criminal record, and analyze how they respond to certain questions in an interview setting.
Before being offered a position, the applicant will also have to undergo a random drug test and supply at least three references that are able to verify certain information claimed on their resume.
We offer a 24-hour service to all of our clients as we know that seniors can't pick and choose when they need assistance. We firmly believe that senior care in Marlton is never a nine to five job, so it doesn't matter whether your loved one needs us in the middle of the night or first thing in the morning, we'll always be there.
Yes. Your loved one will receive elderly care in Marlton from the same caregiver every day so that they have the time to gradually build a friendship together. Trust is a vital aspect of caring but it can't develop overnight.
In certain situations, such as when your loved one's caregiver is ill or on vacation, a substitute caregiver will take over their duties. When a situation like this occurs, there's no need to worry as the substitute will be made fully aware of all aspects of your loved one's care, including their likes and dislikes.
As we offer a 24-hour service, your loved one may be looked after by more than one caregiver on a daily basis if they require care at several different points over a 24 hour period. All of our staff generally work eight-hour shifts to ensure that they stay alert and attentive at all times, so if your loved one needs care first thing in the morning and then later on in the evening, it's highly probable that at least two caregivers will be scheduled each day.
We take into consideration the obvious elements, such as the location and weight of your loved one in relation to our caregivers. The latter is just to ensure that the caregiver responsible for your loved one would be able to move or lift them in case of an emergency.
One area we do differ to some of our competitors, however, is our personality matching. We ask every new member of staff to fill in the same survey that we ask you to fill out on behalf of your loved one. The idea is that by matching political interests, hobbies, and tastes in music or film, we can help to make our senior care in Marlton a positive experience for both our caregiver and your loved one.
Many of the staff we employ here at Always Best Care in Marlton have years of experience within the industry already under the belt, but we still ask every new employee to take part in a week's induction training to ensure that their standards of senior care in Marlton match directly with ours.
During the five days, our staff learn about how to communicate clearly, spot symptoms of illness, and carry out a safety assessment on a senior's home.
Even once they're in the role, they will still have to take part in regular top-up training to ensure that they keep up to date with the latest legislation and technology surrounding the industry.
Cost will undoubtedly play a significant role in your decision of which provider you choose to supply home care in Marlton for your loved one.
We would argue, however, that the most significant factor to consider is trust. It comes down to the question of whether you would feel comfortable leaving your loved one in a certain person's care.
Thankfully, at Always Best Care, all of our staff are vetted, insured, bonded, trained, and monitored, so you'll never have that niggling doubt at the back of your mind about the integrity of our care.
If time is of the essence, we can arrange for elderly care in Marlton to be set up within seven days. During this time, every last detail of your loved one's care will be meticulously planned out and an appropriate caregiver will be assigned.
A family member's role in their loved one's senior care in Marlton isn't a question for us to decide. In fact, it's up to you to work out how much of your time you can spare on a weekly basis to devote to your loved one.
We promise that during the times that you can't be there, we'll do all that we can to keep you in the loop about their general behavior and condition.
To get a real sense of what we're all about here at Always Best Care, you're welcome to come down and join us for a chat one morning or afternoon.
We'll run you through every last aspect of our home care in Marlton so you can be fully informed about everything we offer in comparison with some of our competitors. You're more than welcome to ask as many questions as you like and we'll be more than happily to create a quote for your loved one's care based on the requirements you provide us with.
Safety, safety, safety. It's a word that's drilled into the heads of our caregivers from the first moment they step foot inside our company office.
During their week of induction training, every caregiver will be taught how to spot the early signs of illness, whether that be something physical, such as a lump on their skin, or even something mental, such as a lack of desire to venture outside.
We will also carry out a risk assessment of a senior's home to make sure that it's as safe as it can possibly be. Small changes, such as the removal of a rug, can make their home care in Marlton a much safer experience.
Your loved one's caregiver will also continually monitor their mobility so that they can advise on any equipment that they feel could make them less likely to suffer from a fall.
No. We don't feel like it's right to punish you for wanting to spend time caring for your loved one, so we don't make you agree to a minimum number of hours care per week or ask you to sign any contracts.
Our responsibility to the local community is to provide elderly care in Marlton as and when senior citizens need it.
Yes. Choosing senior care in Marlton for someone that lives with dementia is a great option, as any changes to their living environment can lead to unnecessary confusion.
We have a team of caregivers that have been specifically trained in how to respond to certain behavioral traits of the condition so that they can provide comfort and reassurance at all times.
It's quite incredible just how wide a variety of activities caregivers take part in on a daily basis while they provide senior care in Marlton. To help give you some idea as to how they could help make your loved one's life a little easier, we've come up with a short list of responsibilities, below:
Yes. Respite care is a temporary caring service we offer to families who take on the responsibility of looking after their loved one on a full-time basis.
We understand that there may be occasions throughout the year when you wish to go on vacation or when you suddenly become sick, in which case, our respite home care in Marlton could be the perfect option to ease any unnecessary stress.
We know that exceptional service sets us apart from all other home care companies. All of our team members and caregivers receive comprehensive training before being assigned to a care plan. Our standard is that "we only hire care providers we would have care for our own loved ones."
Always Best Care provides in-home care services from as little as one hour per day up to 24-hour care, and up to 7 days a week. Whatever your care needs are, Always Best Care is there for you.
Take the first step with us - contact your local Always Best Care representative today.
The first step in our process includes a personal consultation with a Care Coordinator at no charge to you. In our meeting, we will thoroughly discuss your care needs, create a detailed care plan, and work with you on financing and logistics.Make an Appointment
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