Do you have questions about our services?
If you have experienced any of the following, it may be time to start looking into homecare:
- A history of falls
- Weight loss, diminished appetite, unwillingness to prepare meals
- Problems with walking or balance, getting up or down, or in and out of bed
- Diminished driving skills or a recent car accident
- Changes in personal grooming or hygiene
- No longer remembers to take their medications or at the proper times of the day.
- A cluttered or unclean home
- Unpaid bills or paperwork piling up
- A loss of interest in socializing or in activities that were once enjoyed
- Confusion, memory loss, difficulty concentrating, or changes in personality
Changes Home provides services to the Central Indiana community
Expenses can vary depending on the number of hours you choose for your loved one or yourself. With a client coordinator you will design a schedule with days and hours that will be helpful.
Typically home care refers to non-medical care such as personal care, companionship, and household assistance. Home health care refers to the use of skilled nursing care, medication administration, and other care such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, & speech therapy.
Changes Home Care is licensed by the state of Indiana. We are members of the Indiana Home and Hospice Association. Additionally, all of our caregivers are licensed, bonded, and insured.
We hold our caregivers to the highest standards here at Changes. All caregivers must complete the training and pass the test for the following required courses:
- Personal Care Attendant
- Infection Control
Additionally, all caregivers must undergo:
- Federal background checks
- BMV check
- Negative TB test
- Reference checks
- Sexual offender check
- Random drug testing
- Ongoing training programs
- Skills test & evaluation for proper placement
All caregivers are thoroughly trained and Changes Home Care is licensed insured and bonded. Before arriving at a client’s home, all caregivers must sign a confidentiality agreement.
We do it all through team work between family members, client, client care coordinator, and your caregiver.