At Cypress Homecare Solutions, we pride ourselves on providing the most exceptional geriatric, dementia and respite caregiving services in the Maricopa County. There’s a reason we were ranked as the #1 Home Health by Ranking Arizona; because we care about our customers and we care about going above and beyond.
Joan S. Roth Caregiver Training Program
To ensure we provide the highest quality service, each and every caregiver we hire goes through our very own training program based on the American Red Cross training exercised in similar courses. Our health certifications also include training in CPR and First aid. All of our caregivers are required to be licensed and bonded, and pass a criminal background check as well as a thorough drug screening. We believe in order to successfully deliver quality service we must first build trust in our clients by only hiring the most qualified caregivers.
Free Home Assessment Interviews
In order to match your loved one with the right caregiver, we encourage all potential clients to schedule a free home assessment interview with us. Matching the right caregiver with the right client is based on lifestyle and personality. This can make a big difference in whether or not the homecare service is successful. This also gives our clients an opportunity to meet their caregiver before homecare service begins, making sure everyone is introduced and well acquainted.
Caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s can be an extremely difficult task and take a toll on anyone providing dementia care. At Cypress Home Care we employ the AlzBetter Program designed specifically for patients suffering from dementia.
This program is comprised of 5 key elements that make caring for dementia patients easier and more successful.
The Alzbetter software creates daily a structured schedule and matches activities based on the recipient’s level of dementia.
It is important to continue providing stimulating activities. Alzbetter adapts activities based on the recipient’s level of dementia.
3.Quality of Life
The quality of life of the recipient as well as the caregiver is measured based on behavioral patterns and can assess problematic areas.
Family members as well as caregivers need to be educated on the disease in order to ensure success.
Caring for someone who has dementia can be very stressful so it is important that anyone involved in the care of the person has a good support system.