FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

At Pro Touch Caregivers, we aim to provide and safe and secure environment with consistent caregivers so it’s familiar face and provide validation for patients which is key to reducing stress. Through this process, our caregivers are prepared to provide the highest quality of care to individuals with dementia, fostering a supportive and enriching environment.

Have questions? Reach out to us if you have any more questions relating to Alzheimer’s and/or Dementia care. 

We understand the importance of warm, freshly prepared meals in maintaining a healthy immune system. Our caregivers prioritize meal preparation, ensuring that our clients feel taken care of and receive the essential nutrition they need to thrive.

As an organization led by an ICU nurse, we focus on providing continual and complete nursing care. Our approach ensures that caregivers are actively engaged and that proper nursing care is available 24/7.

Our services go beyond traditional home care agencies. Our caregivers are equipped to handle medication management tasks and can provide clarification and answer questions through a quick phone call, ensuring the well-being and safety of our clients.

Absolutely! Our caregivers can accompany clients on various outings, such as visits to local parks, shopping malls, cultural centers, or running errands. We understand the importance of maintaining social engagement and enabling our clients to enjoy activities they once loved.

The cost is not covered by insurance unless you have Long Term Care policy. It is all self pay. The rate depends on how easy it is to find caregivers that will commute to the location. If it takes 45 minutes to get there then the caregiver prefers a 12 hour shift because of the longer commute and to lessen the frequency of the trips. It will vary between $29-36 per hour. Most homecare agencies are not run by a nurse, thus lacking the medical expertise to keep patients well and prevent hospital stays. Contact us for a free quote.

Respite care offers temporary relief to caregivers who may need a break from their caregiving responsibilities. Whether you require rest on a monthly or weekly basis, our team can step in and provide care for your loved one while you take time for yourself or while you go on a short trip, preventing burnout and supporting your overall well-being.

Companionship care encompasses a range of support services, including assistance with activities of daily living, playing games and puzzles or going for short walks maybe bowling or bingo. Our caregivers are dedicated to providing companionship while ensuring the comfort and well-being of our clients.

Our goal in dementia care is to create a safe, comfortable, and supportive environment that promotes independence for individuals living with these conditions. We aim to provide consistent caregivers to lessen the confusion. Also include old music that they were used to listening growing up so they ease into activities easily and are much calmer.

With our private duty nursing services, we strive to develop personalized care plans that address the individual needs of each patient.