Private Home Care FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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Who would be a candidate for Private Home Care?

    • Care of the Elderly
    • Care of the Disabled
    • Care of Alzheimer’s clients
    • Care of post-surgical clients
    • Care of those with HIV/AIDS
    • Skilled Nursing of G-tube clients
    • Skilled Nursing for clients on ventilators

Anyone needing assistance with Activities of Daily Living (grooming, dressing, meal preparation, feeding, transportation, errands, light housework, and other daily tasks that allow one to remain independent at home).

What kind of health care services do you provide?

Private Home Care offers Skilled Nursing Services, Personal Care Services and Homemaker Services for you and your loved one.

How do I get your services?

Simply call (404) 658-5800. Our experienced Director of Nursing will provide a courtesy visit to the client and conduct a nursing assessment to determine a plan of care – personalized to the needs of the client.
The Director of Nursing will confer with client’s physician, pharmacist, and all others involved in the client’s care.
The Director of Nursing selects staff to serve the client based on education, experience, cultural interest, and understanding of the medical needs of the client.
The selected staff is given an orientation outlining the client’s needs and expectations. Additionally, the client has the option to interview the staff prior to the start of care.
On the first day of service, the Director of Nursing will place a courtesy all to obtain feedback on the caregiver’s performance, thus ensuring the client’s expectations are met. In addition, the Director of Nursing will conduct frequent telephone “check-in” calls as well as in home visits every couple of months.