Frequently Asked Questions
We can assist with ALL activities of daily living as long as they are non- medical.
We ask you to notify the office as soon as you realize the change needs to be made. We prefer at least a 4 hour or more notice.
Yes you can, if you are private pay. If you are a Choices client , you will need to get a prior approval first! Call the office and we can help you with that.
Absolutely! We do ask that you give us as much notice as possible so we may continue to provide continuity of care.
That is definitely our goal but we like to introduce a few caregivers to provide your specific services if someone needs off or becomes ill.
No up charge for Nights or Weekends but it is time and a half for the 7 major Holidays.
We can continue to provide care at a facility and or a Hospital at the same rat.you also have the option to put your Services on hold until they come home.
Yes, if you have Medicaid (AG,BC,UHC) or a Long-Term Care policy in place.
Can your loved one care for themselves or do they need assistance? Safety is always the main concern in our aging population. Is your loved one safe if left alone? If the answer is “just for short periods of time or yes” then the time is Now?
No! You only sign an agreement to pay for services rendered or to agree to have Simply Elite caregivers in your home. The agreement is an at-will agreement.
The caregiver will assist with all activities of daily living if Non-medical. Bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, meal preparation, light housekeeping, laundry, errands and companionship.