Always Best Care Reveals the Questions to Ask About In-Home Care

June 25, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
June 25, 2014 - Roseville, CA Always Best Care, a company that helps seniors stay in their home with the right non-medical assistance, reveals the questions everyone should ask during an in-home care interview. The questions that are asked during the interview are meant to ensure a proper skill match as well as to match personalities and to ensure safety of elders.

The following topics should be included in any interview for professional care for seniors:
  • Personal information to allow a background check to be conducted on an individual
  • Certification documents for the agency including license and bonding information
  • Type of credentials that the aide possesses
  • References for the agency and/or individual
  • Types of services the aide is comfortable providing
  • The hours that care will be available
  • The exact costs and how they will be calculated
  • Any specific questions in regards to a loved one's needs including dietary restrictions, language barriers or personal grooming concerns.

  • Always Best Care provides services for seniors that desire to stay in their own home but require extra help in order to do so. They are experts in senior care and provide compassionate, qualified care to make the elder years as pleasant as possible for seniors and their relatives, enabling seniors to live with the sense of dignity and respect they desire.

    For more information about the services provided by Always Best Care, visit them online at or call 1-855-470-2273.

    About Always Best Care
    Always Best Care has been helping seniors and their families find quality in-home care and assisted living services since 1996. They have been a crucial component of successful senior care by helping thousands of families make the right decisions for their loved ones. They are experts in the field of senior care and are dedicated to helping families create plans that will benefit their loved ones the most. They strive to not only meet but also exceed the needs of families with non-medical care.

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