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Competent Home Health Care provides medical/non-medical in-home services to those desiring the best care while promoting autonomy and independence for each client through services that cater to their needs. Our highly trained and dedicated caregivers can help your loved one stay in their home for as long as safely possible—a dream come true for many elders

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Our mission

Competent Home Healthcare’s main mission is to provide medical/non-medical in-home services to those desiring the best care while promoting autonomy and independence for each client through services that cater to their needs.,

Our Vision

Families entrust us to provide knowledgeable, quality medical/non-medical, in-home health services, so they can rest easy knowing their loved ones’ care is in the best hands available.

Core Values:

Care- Showing compassion and empathy for each client. Providing a safe and healthy environment for clients and their family.

Open- Being transparent and working with our client with the utmost integrity.

Promote- Upholding an environment where respect is key for all. Promoting Client personal goals and aspirations.​

Evolve- Encouraging independence and autonomy, so individuals can eventually be self-sufficient, when possible.

Why Choose Competent Home Health Care

There are many reasons to choose Competent Home Health Careas your healthcare provider of choice.
Choose from one of the options below to find out more:

In its truest meaning, home care refers to any type of care (medical or non-medical) that is provided to the client in their home. In recent years, however, there has been a slight shift in terminology.  While adult in-home care services can be used to describe both medical and non-medical care, typically “home care” refers to non-medical care such as companionship/homemaking services and personal care service; while “home healthcare” refers to the provision of skilled nursing care and other care such as speech, physical or occupational therapy, which is out of our purview at this time.

Competent Home Healthcare provides companionship services such as meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping, grocery shopping/errands, incidental transportation, medication reminders, grooming, live-in service and respite care.  We also provide personal care services such as bathing, grooming, and hygiene, mobility assistance, transferring and positioning, toileting and incontinence and feeding/special diet assistance.

Each caregiver is carefully screened and trained before caring for a client.  Each must undergo a rigorous process including national and local criminal background checks, DMV, and personal and professional reference checks. All Comfort Keepers are bonded, insured, and covered by Workers’ Compensation insurance for our clients’ peace-of-mind. We strive to hire the very best caregivers because we only hire people we would want caring for a member of our own family.

It is likely more affordable than you envision! We encourage you to contact your local office directly for a complete list of products and services available.

Yes, adult in-home care services are available for as little as four hours a visit up to 24-hours, 7-days a week, 365-days a year.  

Yes, Competent Home Healthcare can provide companionship/personal care to residents at assisted living communities and nursing homes who may desire additional attention or personalized care in addition to what is being rendered at the facility.  

The Competent Home Healthcare  develops an individualized and completely confidential Plan of Care for each client.  The purpose is to document the type of care services needed and when the client would like to initiate care.  Once the client, family members, and representative agree on the Plan of Care, the office staff will use that information to recommend the caregiver who will be delivering the service, establish the schedule, and agree to the monitoring and communication.Plans of Care are reviewed with the client and family at a minimum frequency of every six months. The review is an important process to ensure the client is receiving the appropriate level of care and is pleased with the caregiver that is providing the care.

During the initial conversation and the in-home visit, the representative will document the services required and the client’s preferences against one another for a caregiver match.  Then the representative will arrange an introduction between the client, representative,  and the caregiver. During that meeting, all of the involved parties review the Plan of Care to ensure that everyone agrees to its terms and understands what adult in-home care  services are to be provided to the client.

We will provide you with another suitable option so that your care service will not be interrupted if someone gets sick or goes on vacation.   In the event this occurs, the representative will arrange another caregiver and will contact you in advance of the change. The representative will also introduce the interim caregiver to you and review your Plan of Care with the interim caregiver prior to service. Our goal is to ensure that your in-home help services are provided as expected.  Your safety and security are a top priority.

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) include the basic tasks essential for day-to-day functioning, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, mobility and toileting. Many seniors who require help with such activities are largely independent but may require help with one or two ADLs. In some cases, intermittent help from a family member or friend may be all that is needed. However, in many cases, particularly when family or friends are unavailable and the importance of scheduling these activities is critical, informal care arrangements may not be adequate.Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) are considered those activities which are less basic than the traditional ADLs. IADLs, nevertheless, are important in enhancing a client’s quality of life. IADLs include such activities as shopping, paying bills, cleaning, doing the laundry and meal preparation. Many seniors require assistance with IADLs rather than  ADLs. Some seniors want someone to escort them when they are shopping and help them avoid situations that might cause them to fall. Other seniors may welcome assistance with their bill paying and medical appointments. Comfort Keepers offers an array of companionship and homemaking adult in home care services to assist our clients with the IADLs. Please contact the Comfort Keepers location nearest you or your loved one for more information.