About Helping Hearts at Home
Every member of our staff is:
Thoroughly vetted with an extensive background check upon hire. We perform MONTHLY criminal and driving background checks. Our staff are oriented and trained through our "Thrive At Home" program.
Every companion has a valid and violation free NYS driver's license. Our companions who work 4-12 hours daily have their own automobiles.
Certified Nurse Aides ( CNA )
Home Health Aides ( HHA )
Personal Care Aides ( PCA )
Aging In Place, At Home
Helping Hearts at Home client's health, quality of life and well-being are the focus from which we design a care plan for companion or caregiver care services. The "aging in place" concept allows our seniors full latitude to stay in their beloved homes.
Our Golden Rule
Helping Hearts at Home staff treat everyone with respect, dignity, compassion, empathy, honesty, and integrity.
Ethical Business Practices
Helping Hearts at Home conducts its business in an ethical manner which earns the trust of our employees, clients and the community.
Our Staff Are Assets
Helping Hearts at Home values its staff as our greatest asset. We do our best to recognize and appreciate our staff. We reinvest back into our employees. We work hard to train and retain competent staff. Our work environment is nurturing, friendly, fun and values job satisfaction.
Always Looking Ahead
Helping Hearts at Home utilizes innovative and cutting edge technology that increase the quality of our services we provide to our clients. Our employees are high-energy and work smart. As the world is changing fast technologically, thanks to the computer and information age, and we are right there with those changes.
We Love Long Island
At Helping Hearts at Home, we work hard to create, develop and maintain wonderful ongoing relationships within our community. We care so much that we perform home safety assessments as a free service to our community. We believe that Long Island is a great place to live and work; and, we love to make positive contributions to that end.
We Do Weekly Check-in Visits!
Is Mom or Dad Isolated?
Studies show that the elderly are at a high risk of becoming isolated. This leads to depression.
We can make those check in social phone calls
This is one way you can bring some socialization to your family member. It also can be used to remind them about important dates or to take their medications. We always leave the conversation on a positive happy note.
We can drop in on a social visit
Maybe your family member needs to have face-to-face socialization or a drop by to check in on them. Helping Hearts at Home staff can drop by for a casual visit as many times in the week as you would like. Our goal is to always leave your family member feeling uplifted and in touch with the outside world.