Caresultants delivers a blend of exceptional care with unrivaled hospitality. We recruit skilled caregivers with a natural aptitude for compassion and train them to foster a warm, supportive environment for the client. In other words: Nothing but service, as they understand, they are at your home to serve.
You don’t have to settle for mediocre care.
What We Do
Caresultants has significant experience hiring and training exceptional caregivers for medical and non-medical services. Whether you are looking for a specific skilled caregiver, such as a companion, personal care aide, CNA, LPN, or RN, you’re in need of medical equipment management, or you would like a team to oversee and manage the entire spectrum of care, you can trust Caresultants to find and train reliable, qualified individuals who integrate with and understand you and your family. We interview and conduct background checks and thorough reviews of credentials for every candidate, so we can say with confidence they will care well.
Truly exceptional elder care considers the wellness of the client on a holistic level, from their medical needs to their social and emotional state. For this reason, non-medical care can be just as important as skilled medical care when developing a plan to optimize an aging person’s quality of life. This is where personal care companions play a vital role.
Personal Care Companion
A personal care companion is a special type of caretaker. Their work is balanced between two important categories: social support and activities of daily living.
Much of the personal care companion’s focus is the client’s wellbeing, which is nurtured via social interaction and emotional connection. The companion and the client may run errands, go on outings and to social events, or play games together to alleviate feelings of loneliness or isolation. The time they spend together and the friendship that develops between them is shaped by what the client likes to do and their shared dynamic.
Personal care companions help the client with activities of daily living (ADLs) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), with the goal of helping the client maintain their physical health and safety at home. Depending on what the client needs, this may include bathing, dressing, grooming, using the restroom, and moving throughout the home. Personal care companions may take on more household tasks as well, such as meal prep, and feed the client their meals. Many personal care companions undergo more formal training for these types of tasks, so they can execute more delicate activities, such as brushing teeth and showering, with more skill.
In-home skilled care ranges from a certified nursing assistant (CNA) to a highly skilled, registered nurse (RN). In some cases, hiring in-home skilled care means the client can stay at home, instead of being admitted to a healthcare facility. You can trust Caresultants to hire the right person for your situation and train them to go above and beyond your expectations.
Registered Nurse (RN)
An RN is a highly skilled care provider who can carry out many different home care services and procedures. This may include managing chest tubes, feeding tubes, catheters, ostomies, and medications, including intravenous medications. RNs can also care for wounds and support rehabilitation after surgery or injury.
A high-tech RN is a step above an RN. High-tech RNs provide care for clients who have complex needs, are medically fragile, or depend on medical technology. High-tech RNs are ideal for clients who rely on mechanical ventilation, have received a tracheotomy, are taking intravenous drugs, or need very frequent care to monitor a complicated condition.
Licensed Professional Nurse (LPN)
An LPN has many of the same skills as an RN: he or she can administer medications and treatments, collect samples, take vitals, and keep the client comfortable. However, they tend to be more task-oriented. In other words, an LPN will perform all the care tasks outlined in a treatment plan, but an MD, RN, or Nurse Practitioner will create the treatment plan.
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
While the work of a CNA is not technically considered “skilled nursing,” these professionals are qualified for a wide range of important care tasks. CNAs can handle some medical care activities, such as wound care, monitoring of vitals, and assistance with medical procedures. Still, they’re also trained for daily care: grooming, feeding, bathing, and helping clients turn over in bed or move from one room to another.
Care Management Services
In addition to our caregiver recruitment and placement services, Caresultants offers a range of additional senior care management services. Our goal is to relieve you of your overwhelm by taking over the tasks you find most challenging. Whether you need medical interpretation, someone to oversee changes to your loved one’s home, help with transportation logistics, or some other type of support, you can count on Caresultants.
Below is an overview of our many services.
Development of a Plan
We conduct full assessments and develop comprehensive care plans for aging individuals, working with both family and medical professionals to gather every detail we need. Our goal is to help you navigate the years ahead with grace and purpose, honoring your loved one’s sense of self and minimizing stress for everyone.
Family Communication Management
Caresultants can set up secure, HIPAA-compliant communications channels that make it easy for every member of the family to stay informed without becoming overwhelmed.
You don’t need to become fluent in medical jargon to understand your loved one’s needs. Caresultants can serve as your medical interpreter and help you understand every detail.
Caresultants can help you leverage technology to protect your loved one’s safety and wellbeing. We can set up security features on their accounts and devices to protect them from scams and leverage wearable devices, cameras, and alarms to keep them safe, especially if they’re prone to wandering or falls.
Our team marshals our wealth of managerial, medical, and communication expertise to coordinate everything from home safety upgrades and medical appointments to sensitive communications with family members.
Caresultants can coordinate nutritionists, chefs, and other professionals to ensure your loved one is eating well and getting the nutrition they need.
Enhanced Mobility & Safety Construction
Caresultants can coordinate with contractors to make safety and accessibility changes to the client’s home, such as wider hallways, walk-in showers, and grab bars.
Spiritual & Religious Community Participation
We’ll take charge of getting your loved one to and from their place of worship so they can remain active in their faith. We can also coordinate home visits with religious and spiritual leaders if travel is no longer an option.
Estate (Home) Management
Managing the basic maintenance and upkeep of a home can be challenging for someone who is aging in place. Caresultants can take over the management of all those details, from changing the lightbulbs to cutting the grass.
Dementia Care Coordination & Management
Caresultants is fully qualified to manage the complex needs of a client with memory loss. You can trust us to treat your loved one with compassion and pay close attention to changes in their condition, no matter how small, so we advise you on next steps.
Development of Social Engagement Activities
We can ensure your loved one stays engaged and fulfilled by managing their social life and facilitating opportunities for them to build and maintain friendships.
Say goodbye to the constant overwhelm of scheduling and attending medical appointments for a loved one with complex needs. We’ll handle transportation, accompany the client to the appointment, keep notes on everything the doctor says, and keep you apprised of every detail.
Assisted Living Vetting & Ongoing Support
When the time comes to transition to assisted living or nursing care, choosing the right facility can be overwhelming. Our team knows exactly what to look for when assessing care facilities for quality, so we can help you identify the best options. We’ll even manage the transition for you, so you can focus on your loved one. We also conduct regular visits and assessments to ensure that they are receiving quality care.
Complete Care Management
When a family member begins to show signs of decline, the road ahead can be overwhelming. Caresultants knows exactly what to expect, so we can be proactive, help you prepare for every milestone, and protect your loved one from unnecessary discomfort.