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Yes. Our clients’ protection is our primary focus. Each recommendation is thoroughly screened by the registration department, who conduct a complete criminal, social security, and county background check. We also examine their driving record if needed. Diamond Caregivers require at least two years of experience, references, etc.
No. Caregiving is sometimes known as custodial care, personal care, or companionship, which is considered a non-medical care service that is typically not covered by medical insurance.
Yes, cancelation is always an option for you. To be fair to our caretakers a cancellation charge is made less than 24 hours before starting a shift (4hrs or 50 percent of the shift).
Home care allows the person to feel at ease while enjoying the comforts of their own home. It allows people to be in a familiar setting, sleeps in their bed at night, and be close to loved ones such as family, friends, and pets. It also gives them peace of mind to know they can get expert, consistent, and dependable care when they need it, even if their requirements change.

Comparing home care services with other alternatives such as home care is significantly more cost-effective. While being cost-effective, it is also more convenient since the patient gets more personalized assistance from the caretaker.

There is no defined period for home care; it might vary widely depending on the individual’s needs. Some home care services are only available for a few weeks, while others are available for the rest of one’s life. If a physician prescribes you home care, they will monitor services until your rehabilitation objectives are fulfilled.

However, if you decide to start home care independently, you may decide the hours you need each week, etc. Some home care providers may demand a minimum hourly commitment to begin care, or you may require to sign a contract for a set time, so it’s crucial to question any service you’re considering.

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