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Flexible In-Home Coverage Options: Up to 24 Hours Per Day
24 hour care involves multiple care providers covering rotating hourly shifts. This level of care is available to those requiring constant physical assistance and/or close monitoring and supervision throughout the day and night. These services can be provided on a short- or long-term basis and clients can reduce coverage as their condition improves.
This level of care is often provided for clients requiring 24 hour supervision due to cognitive impairment. Referred care providers can assist in any care setting, including the home, hospital, nursing facility, assisted living community, etc. Click to learn more about Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care services.
The live-in care option may be appropriate for clients that require assistance during the day, but have minimal to no care needs at night. Clients and their loved ones take comfort in knowing someone is in the home should an emergency arise or circumstances call for someone’s help. Live-in care providers require their own private bedroom and space for belongings. It is imperative that care providers get adequate rest, typically 8 or more hours of uninterrupted sleep at night. A general schedule including reasonable breaks and rest should also be discussed and agreed upon between client/family and care provider(s). Live-in Care is not a substitute for 24 hour care or appropriate when around the clock supervision or assistance is required.
When providing Live-In Care & 24 Hour Care, referred care providers can assist with:
Yes, all care providers must pass a Level 2 Background Screening (requires fingerprinting). Aqua Home Care ensures care providers have met all state requirements prior to being registered and referred to clients. Once registered, they must maintain all credentials in order to remain active with the Nurse Registry.
Yes, we work with all Long Term Care Insurance companies. Aqua Home Care assists clients and family members throughout the entire Long Term Care (LTC) claims process. This includes checking policy benefits, submitting care logs, invoices and other required documentation to help expedite reimbursement for services.
Yes, Aqua Home Care is a Florida licensed Nurse Registry and is bonded and insured. Additionally, referred care providers carry individual professional liability policies and must meet all credentialing requirements set forth by the state.
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An Aqua Homecare Team Member is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.