Assured Home Nursing Caregivers FAQs
It is common to have several questions in mind while signing up with us as caregivers. Here are a few FAQs that can help you understand who we are and how planning to work with us brings joy to your caregiving career.
However, if you still have any queries, you can visit us today or call @ (248) 593-8134
What is Assured Home Nursing?
Assured Home Nursing is one of the leading home nursing service providers in Birmingham, MI. We have started our home nursing services in 1999 and well-known for providing in-home care plans for Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, Parkinson’s Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, etc.
Who manages services at Assured Home Nursing?
What are my responsibilities as a caregiver?
Caregivers of Assured Home Nursing make an excellent effort for matching the personal needs of the client and their family. In order to be the perfect fit for the client’s requirements; caregivers of Assured Home Nursing take several responsibilities on their shoulders, such as:
- Assist in Meal Preparation
- Help Elders in their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)
- Remind Medicines
- Light Housekeeping
- Help in grooming
- Provide errand services
- Assist in physical activities
- Become the companion and make the real difference in the elder one’s life, etc.
If required, you may be required to provide medical care for clients (only for candidates with medical experience only).
How much will I get paid?
Can I get a bonus when I refer anyone?
Is there any other bonus?
Is it necessary to have a driving license?
What are the benefits offered for caregivers?
We provide several benefits for our caregivers. Here are a few listed:
- Sign-on Bonus
- Referral Bonus
- Competitive Pay
- Work in a friendly atmosphere
- Appreciation programs
- Constant Mentorship Programs, etc.
*Disclaimer- Benefits are provided by considering various factors. Also, these benefits can vary from person to person
What are the qualifications required to become a caregiver?
Here are some of the qualifications we expect from our caregivers:
- Professional caregiving experience
- Zeal to serve elderly people and society
- Having a certification in caregiving is an add-on
- Communications skills in English
- Valid driver’s license
- Valid visa to work in the US
- State and Federal criminal history clearance, etc.