At first approaching the idea of getting support for elderly living at home can be quite daunting. The thought of entrusting the life of your senior loved one to a stranger will be scary.
On top of that the process of hiring help for elderly at home is often complicated and very difficult to navigate. Veritas Care strives to make it as smooth as possible. We will arrange assistance that is perfectly suited to the needs of your family member in just few days.
Veritas Care can organize help for elderly at home quickly and smoothly. How does it work?
Contacting Veritas Care
You can start by calling us or completing our online contact form and we will call you back on your selected time or when it is convenient for you. From the initial contact with trained consultants the information gathering will begin. They will help you understand the recruitment process and answer all the questions about live-in care.
Evaluation of your needs
We will ask you to complete our online Home Care Assessment as it is the most efficient way of evaluating the needs of your loved one. In case you find it difficult to fill in the form, we are also available to assist you to complete the form over the phone and discuss any queries that you may have. It is extremely important to correctly evaluate the needs of a client. It will help us provide a suitable support for elderly living at home.
Once we have an idea of your requirements, we will provide a final quote regarding the costs to you. The quote will include the contract fee and weekly charges of hiring the caregiver. Veritas Care is able to provide top care services at affordable price by implementing unique business approach, that challenges the standard live-in care model.
After completing a Care Assessment our consultants will immediately start looking for personalized help for elderly at home. We will go above and beyond to match our clients to the best caregiver using 20,000+ carer’s database.
You are making the final decision
We strive to provide comfort and independence to the elderly in their autumn years. Carer will be by their side at all times, giving emotional and physical support. That’s why it is crucial to pick them not only based on your loved one’s individual needs but personality traits as well. Veritas Care will forward the profiles of chosen carers and you will make the final decision.
Interviewing the live-in carer
In order to get the best help for elderly at home, it is necessary to meet the candidates. The client’s approval is our number one priority. At this stage Veritas Care arranges the telephone conversation or Skype/WhatsApp interview between the carer and the family.
Placement of a carer
Once you finalize your decision and confirm that you wish to proceed, we will assign the carer to you. The last step in getting support for elderly living at home with Veritas Care is the placement of a caregiver. We will make travel arrangements and let you know the date and time of their arrival to begin the caring services.
“Dad really enjoys all the cooked meals, companionship , daily support that Katarzyna provides ! Dad is especially looking forward to watching the Eurovision song finals at the weekend where he will be cheering for the UK and Katarzyna for Poland, we are also looking forward to meeting her nephew at the weekend and enjoying a meal together. Kat really feels part of the family”
“Veritas are very professional in their approach to finding live-in carers for us, they have been able to identify ideal candidates based on our requirements and have always been willing to do what they can to help. They have been very transparent with their operations and have made the recruitment of live-in carers easier for us, especially at short notice. We aim to continue to build our relationship with Veritas…”
“I just wanted to give your carer huge praise, as Anna has been amazing this week, in caring for my father so efficiently during this week of terrible weather conditions, we have been snowed in for at least a week now, and Anna has been brilliant in her care of my Father, as for most of last week the other visiting carers who come in most days, were in fact unable to come in due to road blocks and unsafe conditions…”