We Will Work with You to Create the Right Care Plan
for Your Specific Needs
Care plans are a critical component of providing quality care. They clarify the roles of support and care workers and allow the care team to tailor the degree and types of support for different clients based on their specific needs.
We follow a care-receiver-first approach, where we prioritize the receiver's needs as we know that a one-size-fits-all care plan will not work for everyone. Keeping in mind the unique challenges faced by every patient, we develop a care plan that includes
home care services
that are most valuable to the care receiver.
At Home Care Partner, we are committed to keeping our clients safe and happy at all times. Besides providing assistance, we seek to help clients with ADLs that were previously challenging or limited their quality of life. While enhancing our client's ability to maintain optimal performance, we offer respite to their family and friends, ensuring everyone's wellbeing.
How Our Personal Care
Consultation Can Benefit You
Our personal care consultation helps us serve you better by suggesting care plans that ensure improved outcomes.
As part of our care consultation process, we will:
Assess your care needs :
Developing a care plan begins with gathering information and addressing current concerns. Therefore, we carefully assess each area of a care receiver's daily life, identifying their unique issues and developing a customized strategy to meet their care needs.
Discuss your current caregiving situation :
After assessing your needs, we identify the gaps in current caregiving situations to understand what more can be done to address your concerns in the best way possible.
Review Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) :
Next, we evaluate and review activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, cooking, and transferring in and out of a chair or bed. The objective is to identify those activities that the client can perform without assistance and those for which they need help.
Identify shortcomings or concerns :
The existing caregiving system is evaluated for shortcomings and concerns, which are addressed and prioritized in our newly developed plan.
Conduct home safety checks :
To ensure the safety of the care receiver and the caregiver, we conduct home safety checks in which we look for any potential safety risks, such as trip hazards, a lack of grab bars in moist areas, misuse of extension cords, or space heaters, etc.
Perform social assessment :
As part of the consultation, we look for signs of any physical or emotional issues arising from loneliness and isolation.
Design care coordination plan :
We discuss existing or potential health concerns, medications, and other matters and design a suitable care coordination plan.
Provide recommendations based on consultation :
Once we have assessed your condition and discussed your concerns, we will recommend a plan best suited to your needs.