Home Health Aides & CNA Referrals
Registry Referrals for Assistance with Daily Living In-Home Care
Older adults often find it difficult to stay independent because they can no longer accomplish basic tasks of daily living as quickly as they used to, or even at all. When grocery shopping and running errands become taxing, A Care Connection can assist by referring capable and compassionate caregivers!
Connect with our Registry of Qualified Home Health Aides & Certified Nursing Assistants for In-Home Care
Home Health Aides (HHAs) and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) are properly trained and certified to assist with a wide variety of daily tasks in the home such as walking, dressing, bathing, toileting, and eating.
Additionally, HHAs and CNAs can help around the home by providing medication reminders, performing light housekeeping tasks, cooking meals, and providing transportation.
If you or a loved one needs assistance with daily activities, but desires to remain independent and away from institutional facilities such as nursing homes or assisted living facilities, consider how referred caregivers can help you achieve the right balance to provide the independent quality of life we all deserve.
Home Health Aide and Certified Nursing Assistant Referral services can include:
Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (Personal Care, Bathing, Dressing, etc.)
Meal Planning & Preparation
Medication Reminders & Management
Walking / Escort Assistance
FAQsHome Health Aide & Certified Nursing Assistant Registry
What is a Home Health Aide?
A home health aide (HHA) helps a person live independently at home by assisting with activities of daily living, among other responsibilities depending on a client’s needs. Duties can include assisting with meal preparation and light housekeeping, assisting patients in moving from the bed to the bathroom and/or changing bedpans and garments, and they can administer basic medications.
What is a CNA?
CNAs (Certified Nursing Assisstants) also perform many of the same HHA duties as well, however the CNA can provide slightly more advanced medical care. The CNA is required to work under a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse, to whom they report their patients’ conditions and progress. CNAs cannot perform certain medical tasks due to liability and legality. They will monitor oxygen levels and vital signs, administer medications prescribed by a physician, dress sutures and change wound bandages— and other duties under the direction of a registered nurse or doctor.
Is there a difference between "home care" and "home health care"?
The term “home care” refers to any type of care (medical or non-medical) that is provided for the client in their home. While home care can be used to describe both medical and non-medical care, typically “home care” should be seen as non-medical care such as companionship/homemaking services and personal care services, while “home healthcare” refers specifically to skilled nursing care and other care such as speech, physical or occupational therapy.
Do you only provide referral services for home health care to older adults?
While the majority of our clients tend to be older adults, we provide services and referrals for clients of all ages and needs. Please call us today or fill out our contact form to learn more.
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We focus solely on facilitating independence, safety, comfort, companionship, and peace of mind for aging adults and their familied.
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“The referred caregiver through A Care Connection comes in three times a week for four hours a day. She comes to help Mom with breakfast and lunch, with activities, and for companionship. She’s very nice, my mother loves her, and they get along very well. Mom is thrilled to be able to stay at home!”
“We hired A Care Connection for our mother, and it’s been very good. They help with changing her diaper, getting her up in the morning, and feeding her. They’re very lenient about scheduling. The owner came into the house, and I like him very much.”
“A Care Connection provided world-class care for my grandma and took the extra steps to make sure be she had a wonderful experience. They allowed her to live safely and independently at home and she LOVES having their help!!!”
“The care that our team provided has been flawless! The nurses have gone above and beyond and they have been the most caring and compassionate nurses I have encountered. Having A Care Connection execute this case last-minute has given me so much peace that I can’t describe.”
“In all my years in PT after a surgery, I’ve never met a therapist who was more punctual and understanding of my schedule, my health, and my life with MS. I appreciated his patience, kind words, and ability to help my arm move the way it should.”
“Nurse was AMAZING! Very professional, knowledgeable, and caring. And the physical therapist was SO aware and understood my capabilities. She took me so far that the doctor was impressed. She was just fantastic, patient, and knew so much.”
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