Home Health Aides Provide Care and Reassurance – It’s during a health crisis that we genuinely appreciate the caregivers who step up and go above and beyond their regular duties while possibly putting their own safety on the line. It’s especially important when loved ones are confined to their homes, and other family members cannot get to them to offer care, support, and reassurance.
These home caregivers can be their person-to-person contact, not only for medical needs but also for comfort and hope.
At Community Care of the Northeast, our clients come first and during uncertain times we are committed to the safety and well-being of each one of our clients and home caregivers.
Our clinical staff is routinely educated to ensure that they are following the highest standards of infection prevention practices recommended by the CDC.
As always, all employees are instructed to stay at home if they are sick and use personal protective gear, such as gloves and masks when caring for someone with symptoms of respiratory illness. We want to assure you that all CCNE employees are provided with education to recognize the signs of COVID-19 and persons at risk.
Our direct care workers have Pennsylvania State Required clearances, are RN supervised, and receive on-going training. Our RN creates individualized care plans for all direct care workers to follow when visiting homes.
Community Care of the Northeast has been caring for seniors and individuals with disabilities since 1985, enabling individuals to remain in their own homes safely. Now more than ever, home caregivers can be the lifeline between homebound seniors and their families and the support needed for those with special needs and disabilities.
In return, we continue to need your support.
Home Health Aides Provide Care and Reassurance – Contact Us – No matter what time of the day or night, a CCNE trained professional is available 24/7. Give us a call at 215-335-4416 to discuss your needs and schedule a consultation.