What We Do
For over 30 years, Carolina Health Care has been working to ensure that you are able to abide at home during a time of need. Experienced home health caregivers enable our clients to thrive in the comfort of their own home by preparing meals, tidying living spaces, running errands, and assisting with basic life functions, like bathing and dressing.
Sometimes, your concerns are more complex – a child with disabilities or a parent who requires significant medical care as he or she recovers from a procedure. Carolina Health Care’s Licensed Practical Nurses or Registered Nurses will be by your side, tending to your needs with professionalism and dignity.
Growing older can be a one of the best seasons to enjoy the simple goodness of life, but senior living can have its challenges. A home health aide from Carolina Health Care can help you make the most of the Golden Years as you or your family member face a small hurdle or learn to cope with something more challenging, like diabetes or Alzheimer’s disease.
What Defines Us
At Carolina Health Care, our focus is to provide compassionate care for our clients. Our guiding desire is to ensure that you, or those entrusted to you, flourish in the familiarity of home. Everything we do begins and ends with a genuine love for people. Simply put: we are willing to serve with our lives so you can make the most of yours.
Having an unfamiliar person in your home providing care can be a little unnerving – we understand. That’s why the staff at Carolina Health Care works to ensure you are matched with a caregiver who is reliable, proven, and compatible with you and your family’s needs. And we will keep working with you until we find the perfect fit. We want to earn and keep your trust.
Care We Provide:
Our home health aides help with the simple needs of life, like bathing, dressing, light housework, and meal preparation.
Need groceries or have a doctor’s appointment? We’ll help get you there.
Providing care for your loved one can be wearying, and sometimes you need a much-deserved break. Whether you need a few hours in a week to take care of some errands or a few weeks in the year to unwind, our home health aides can be there so you can catch your breath.
We want to see you in tip-top shape, so our home health aides will monitor your vital signs, remind you of medication schedules, and encourage health-improving behaviors, all in partnership with your primary provider.
As you recover from surgery or learn to cope with a disease or disability, our nurses will be by your side to administer medications, treat your wounds, care for your catheter, feeding tube, or trach, and provide other necessary enhanced nursing services.
Our home health aides cheerfully help the elderly adjust to a new pace of life or confront more debilitating issues.
Conduct thorough interviews and reference checks
Administer background checks and drug screens
Expect significant experience in the profession
Require certification for the type of care provided
Provide ongoing training to continually raise our standards
Oversee care provision through strict measures of reporting