Vince Lombardi held up a football and told his players, “this is a football.” If I were to say, “this is home care,” what do you think we would be holding up? Today still, we would hold up a caregiver. Caregivers ARE home care – simply. All other modalities flow from the caregiver-client relationship. Care at home is changing as the world is changing. If you don’t have a caregiver, you don’t have home care.
When purchasing home care, 45 to 64-year-old females are primarily purchasers of this service, and one thing rules with them: QUALITY. Quality trumps everything. Can a company or individual produce a quality service and deliver that to their mom and dad? Decision-makers want quality above all else.
In purchasing home care services there aren’t guidelines, only data. Home care in the US is trending towards 30 hours per week on average at roughly $28 per hour. For $3,000 per month on average, families get the service they need, generally the donut hole of when families can’t be there for mom or dad.
Home care begins with a caregiver and a client delivering family-like care producing a quality service. Reach out to HomeCare Advocacy Network to discuss your home care needs, or reach out to us to discuss how you can become the owner of a HomeCare Advocacy Network business, aimed at producing quality home care services for families. Email us today!