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1. What is the cost of attendant care?

Assurance Companion Care utilizes a sliding scale hourly billing rate dependent upon the number of hours served and particulars of the care plan. Billing is carried out on a weekly basis. We are competitively priced. A fee schedule is provided in our information packet. Billing considerations are listed below.

  • Part-time: As little as two hours a day
  • Day-time: 8 hour shift, 12hour shift, or 16 hour shift
  • Night-time: 8 hour shift, or 12 hour shift
  • Full-time: 24 hours a day
  • Flexible with the number of days a week: 1-7
  • Transportation
  • Services provided

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2. What to look for in a non-medical attendant care agency?

The best agencies respond immediately to your attendant care needs.

  • They should have someone available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
  • They should guarantee that services will always be provided.
  • Their caregivers should be bonded against theft.
  • They should screen their caregivers and have criminal background checks run on each of them.
  • No one should ever show up at your home without an introduction and agency identification.
  • They should make periodic visits to your home in order to check on their employee and to make sure that you are happy with services provided.

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3. What is the Life-Jacket?

A Life-Jacket is Assurance Companion Care's client profile kept in a watertight plastic bag on the refrigerator. It is meant to serve as a life jacket in the event that our client experiences a medical emergency requiring an ambulance or health care professional to be called on-site.

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4. What is a Needs Matrix?

A Needs Matrix is Assurance Companion Care's guide used to help the client or potential client determine the level of service to be provided, based upon their concerns and needs communicated. In the end, we serve at the client's discretion. We want our clients to feel like family and to be comfortable with the decision to choose Assurance Companion Care as their attendant care provider.

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5. What is the Five-Star Certification?

Our Five-Star Certification is a rigorous and thorough hiring process. The certification (five stars) is made up of multiple and exhaustive interviews, background and criminal check, TB skin test, personality assessment and professional reference interviews. Click on the link for more information.

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6. What is CoreCare?

To care for our clients as if they were family; this is the fundamental philosophy of CoreCare. Whether you have just given birth to a child and require assistance around the house while in recovery or need a trusted individual to aid an elderly mother or father with their ADL's (Activities of Daily Living), Assurance Companion Care is ready to step in with short notice. Click on the link for more information.

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