What Can I Expect For My Loved One?
Providing the best level of at-home care for your aging loved one requires a careful
and comprehensive approach to ensure their health, happiness and comfort.
The Keen Home Care process is both thorough and efficient to ensure your loved one
receives the most cost-effective solution for their needs and preferences.
Here is how the at-home care process works:
Step 1: In-Home Care Assessment
The at-home care process always begins in your loved one’s home, from Huntington Beach to Torrance to San Pedro. A geriatric care manager from Keen Home Care visits to conduct a . This assessment includes input and insight from you and your family as well as collaboration from their primary care physician or other medical advisors.
Step 2: Creating A Long-Term Senior Care Plan
Once we’ve assessed your loved one’s needs, the geriatric care manager and your family formulate a Keen Care Vision. This comprehensive, long-term plan ensures the highest quality of life possible for your loved one, taking into account any unique or financial challenges.
Step 3: Finding The Right Caregiver
If your family decides to move forward with at-home senior care, the next step is to match the perfect in-home caregiver with your loved one. The Keen CareFit program allows you to browse the online profiles of all available caregivers, in addition to a questionnaire about your loved one’s habits and preferences.
Once you’ve found a potential match, you and your loved one are able to video chat with final candidates. And once in-home care has begun, you or your loved one may always switch caregivers if needed.
Step 4: Continued Confidence And Care
As your loved one’s at-home care continues, your geriatric care manager always remains available for questions or concerns. In addition, the Keen Care Vision is updated monthly to reflect your loved one’s changing needs and challenges.
To relieve any fears about elder abuse, neglect or theft, Keen Care Confidence Checks add another layer of accountability to keep your loved one safe from harm. Confidence Checks include unannounced visits, a confidential caregiver scorecard and a confidential feedback hotline.