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Welcome to Always Best Care Serving Greater Nashville, Brentwood & Franklin

Steve Logan
Steve Logan
Call Us: (615) 678-0293
785 Old Hickory Blvd,
# 300
Brentwood, TN 37027

Always Best Care combines national strength and standards with local accessibility and personal service. The local owner and operator of Always Best Care in Nashville is Steve Logan. Steve and his team have your loved ones best interests at heart, and will ensure that exceptional service and care is provided to all family members. We have strong relationships with area hospitals, social workers, senior communities and senior resources throughout the area. Caregivers at Always Best Care in Nashville are thoroughly screened, bonded and trained to provide the safest and highest level of care. There's no charge for a free Care Consultation or for assisted living services. We're here to serve your needs, and we can help. We're experts in senior care - contact us today with any questions or concerns you may have.

Senior Care in Greater Nashville, Brentwood & Franklin

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Are your staff that deliver elderly care in Nashville insured and bonded?

Yes. We fully insure and bond each and every one of our caregivers to protect seniors in our care against any theft or damage to their property.
In addition to this, we also make sure that all of our staff are covered by Worker's Compensation. This guarantees that if your loved one's caregiver injures themselves while providing senior care in Nashville, our insurance company will be the ones liable to foot the bill.

How are your staff that provide home care in Nashville vetted?

Our vetting process is designed to ensure that the staff providing in-home care in Nashville on behalf of Always Best Care are reliable and trustworthy. The process includes:
  • A criminal background check
  • A random drug test
  • Directly speaking to a minimum of three references
  • A review of their social media channels
  • A two-stage interview process

What hours do your staff provide in-home care in Nashville?

We believe that home care in Nashville should be available whenever the local community needs it, so we offer our caregiving services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
This way, it doesn't matter whether your loved one needs a helping hand cooking their dinner early in the evening or some help going to the bathroom at midnight, our caregivers can always be there to be of assistance.

Will my loved one have the same caregiver to provide them in-home care in Nashville on every visit?

Yes. The ability to build companionship makes up a large part of what we feel makes a great caregiver. That's why we always make sure the same caregiver is responsible for a senior's in-home care in Nashville. By allowing time for a real relationship to blossom, the whole process becomes less like a job and more like two friends meeting for a daily catch up.
In any caregiving scenario where a senior requires care throughout the day and evening, at least two caregivers will be scheduled to cover the timeframe over the space of 24 hours.
We should also make it clear that when your loved one's usual caregiver is off sick, a replacement will take their place for the period of time required. This replacement will be told every last detail about your loved one's care, so there's no need for you to worry.

How will my loved one be matched with their caregiver that's responsible for providing their elderly care in Nashville?

We'll match your loved one to the most suitable person to provide their senior care in Nashville. To give you some idea as to the type of things we take into consideration, we've compiled a short list below:
Location: does the caregiver live within a certain distance of the person they will be providing care for?
Physical strength: could the caregiver lift or move the person they will be providing care for in case of an emergency or in their general line of work?
Personality: does the senior have a preference for a certain political party? What type of music do they enjoy? Do they have any hobbies?
We find out the answers to these questions and many, many more so that we can find a suitable match. This process has proved successful in helping both our caregivers and the people we provide care for bond more quickly.

How are your caregivers trained to provide senior care in Nashville?

You can feel safe in the knowledge that every new member of staff that we take on here at Always Best Care are fully trained before they're allowed out into the field.
During their 5-day training camp, they'll brush up on their ability to spot symptoms, hazards, and how to communicate clearly to a senior while they provide elderly care in Nashville.
It's also worth mentioning that all of our staff, despite however much experience they may have, have to undergo re-training every single year. While this involves going over the basic high standards of care we expect, it also is a chance for us to teach our staff about any new caring techniques or legislation recently brought into the industry.

Why should I choose your home care in Nashville instead of an independent provider?

There's a wide variety of providers of elderly care in Nashville for you to choose between, so it can become confusing deciding which one would provide the best service for your loved one.
One thing that we would always point out is that all of our staff are fully vetted, bonded, insured, trained, and continually monitored, so you can trust us to provide an honest service at all times. While we certainly wouldn't speak badly about any of our independent competitors, the bare fact is that they aren't able to offer the same level of reassurances as Always Best Care.

How quickly can my loved one expect to begin receiving senior care in Nashville?

We know for some families, setting up home care in Nashville for a loved one can be a sudden requirement due to illness or injury. If this is the case, we'd be happy to fast track your application for free and to have your loved one's home care set up in 168 hours or less. No corners will be cut and you can feel assured that all of the necessary planning and safety precautions will be in place.

What role do family members play in their loved one's elderly care in Nashville once a caregiver has been hired?

This is a question only you can answer. We've designed our home care in Nashville to be completely flexible with our 24-hour availability throughout the year. Thanks to this, you can literally pick and choose our services whenever it suits you.
Whenever we take over the caregiving mantle from you, we'll still be in touch to update you on their general behavior and mood at the end of our visit.

How do I know if Always Best Care is the right choice for in-home care in Nashville?

If you've read through our website and online reviews and you're still not 100% sure whether or not our senior care in Nashville is the right choice for your loved one, feel free to come and visit us in person at a time that suits you.
We'll be happy to run through everything you need to know about our care, from our pricing to our nutritional plans, so you can make an informed choice about your loved one's future.

What steps are taken to ensure that my loved one's in-home care in Nashville is safe?

It may be an old cliché, but ‘safety first' is a rule we live by here at Always Best Care. On their initial training course upon joining the company, all of our new caregivers have to learn how to spot potential signs of illness and any potential hazards around the home. Some examples of the latter include:
  • Rugs
  • Slippery surfaces
  • Poor lighting
  • High beds
  • Obstructed walkways
  • Poorly thought out furniture arrangement
  • Clutter
  • A lack of grip handles in hallways and bathrooms

Do I need to sign a contract or agree to an hourly minimum for my loved one to be applicable for your home care in Nashville?

No. Our senior care in Nashville is open to anybody that needs it, so that means no contracts and no minimum number of hours of care.

Do you provide in-home care in Nashville for individuals suffering from Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia?

Yes. Caring for a loved one with dementia can be a stressful experience, so we've developed a specifically trained team of caregivers to provide senior care in Nashville to those living with the condition.
They've been trained in the best practices to help calm and reassure someone living with the condition so that they can live as happier a lifestyle as possible.

If I choose your in-home care in Nashville, what type of services can my loved one expect on a day-to-day basis?

Our caregivers really are living angels, as they provide a range of services during their elderly care in Nashville to keep seniors happy and healthy. To help give you an idea of how they could help your loved one in the near future, we've come up a list of some of their most common duties, below:
  • Bathroom assistance
  • Washing/bathing
  • Mobility assistance
  • Transport
  • Cooking
  • Cleaning
  • Laundry
  • Washing up
  • Pet care
  • Gardening
  • Grooming
  • Much more

Do you provide respite senior care in Nashville?

Yes. Some families choose to look after their parents or loved ones on a full-time basis, which can leave them struggling to find cover when they have other obligations to tend to or if they become sick.
Thankfully, our respite in-home care in Nashville is always there to help take some of the stress from off of your shoulders. If you can't find anyone to cover your caregiving while you're away, get in touch with one of our scheduling team today.
Our services are available 24 hours a day and you don't need to sign up to a minimum number of hours of care either, so you can literally pick and choose the shifts you need our fully vetted and trained caregivers to cover.

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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.

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