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Certified Home Care of Georgia
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The Destination for Quality Care
The Destination for Quality Care

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Live In The Comfort of Your Home With Great Help!
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Give Your awesome life the opportunity to live at home for as long as you want. Spend more time being independent or relaxing; it’s your home, your call! We provide customized care in the comfort of your home.
https://www.certifiedhomecareofgeorgia.com/in-home-care/
770 635 8042
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This is the good life and your life; this can only happen in your own home.The nest that you have created is where you want to remain forever and that is call home. Certified Home Care of Georgia can provide quality customized care in the comfort of your home. Call Today! www.certifiedhomecareofgeorgia.com
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We have heard it many times; “help me to be independent, I am just fine,I just need a little help.”
Everyone deserve to be in the comfort of their home. Certified Home Care of Georgia can help you to remain independent in your own home. www.certifiedhomecareofgeorgia.com
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Together Forever in Our Own Home. Bring the Care to Us, We are Not Leaving. That is what people are saying. Certified Home Care of Georgia will make it happen:
https://www.certifiedhomecareofgeorgia.com/
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Install Night Lights Throughout Your Parents Home
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Tips on Hiring the Right Caregiver
Hiring is a skill, it takes an investigative mind to dig deep in an interview, but it takes time and patience to screen and scrutinize documents to prove competency. It can get technical where after one has finish screening a possible caregiver/CNA and then their work ethics is not what you expected and you are back to square one again. Certified Home Care of Georgia prides its self in hiring quality workers.
Here are a few tips:
1. Always qualify the applicant by asking for their CNA license. A CNA is a trained nurse assistant who has attended an accredited school and sits an exam with the State to become licensed. It is necessary for you to hire a caregiver who is a CNA licensed by the State and have experience in the area you or your loved one is the diagnosis.
2. Background check and an abuse check are critical; it is also best to a random drug test.
3. Paying the appropriate employment taxes is mandatory.
4. Collect a minimum of 4 or 5 references from the applicant and call each reference
5. E-Verification this is a system provided by the US Immigration, it is used to check if someone is legal to work in the United States. It is unlawful to hire someone who is illegal.
6. Paying the appropriate employment taxes.
Certified Home Care of Georgia can ease that stress of hiring and replacing caregivers. We are the destination for quality caregivers. Let us share with you a typical day in our hiring process.
a) Candidates must have the follow qualification before sitting a test:
b) Must be a Valid CNA in the State of Georgia.
c) Must be eligible to work in the United States.
d) Must have five-year work history.
e) Must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in caring for people with different illnesses or disabilities.
f) Must have the ability to pass a drug test.
g) Must have a valid driver’s license.
h) Must have valid car insurance if required to drive client.
i) Must have a current CPR Card.
j) Must have a current First Aid Card.
k) Must have a valid driver’s license.
An applicant with the above credentials and qualification can then fill out our application and sit our sixty eight questions exam. Base on the exam score Certified Home Care of Georgia will then schedule an interview.
After we have met for a one on one and interview, and depending on how well the applicant has interacted and convinced us about their qualification and skills we then precede to screening.
Screening can take from anywhere from 7-14 days and includes;
a) Checking validity of all documents presented.
b) Applicant is subjected to a random drug test.
c) Performing a background check.
d) Reference check.
e) E-Verification Screening
If everything comes back positive, we then schedule a second interview. In this second interview, we do a skills test and another thorough interview with the founder. Not all applicants are hired.
If the applicant has been deemed competent with a humble attitude, we then schedule our orientation.
In addition to being on board, our caregiver's have to attend an ongoing caregiver workshop which educates our caregivers on customer services, signs and symptoms of different illness and how to adhere to their job descriptions.
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We Just Love To Care!
Certified Home Care of Georgia’s mission is to distribute love and compassion while dispensing care into each client home that we serve.

Certified Home Care Of Georgia has made a dedication in providing exceptional in-home care for seniors, people with constraints and your loved ones to help them maintain the highest possible level of independence while living at home. We strive to ensure a better quality of life for each person that entrust our care and their families by providing affordable and reliable one-on-one home care.

Our caregivers are thoroughly screened and handpicked to ensure dedication in helping people live a full and dignified life in their home. Our caregiver’s take great pride and joy in their ability to make a difference enriching their clients' lives. We adhere to high and strict standards for hiring only the best caregivers and paying a high compensation. We understand that each person has different needs; with this, in mind, we select caregivers with the experience in your diagnosis, caregivers who live within the close vicinity of the client and we aim to match you with caregivers with a similar personality. Certified Home Care of Georgia are experts at selecting the right caregiver that uses their experience in providing care awhile paying close attention to each customer way of doing things. Your home is your private space, and we aim to have all caregivers respecting your right, privacy and family members. At Certified Home Care of Georgia, it is all about your way! We live and breathe you with quality care.
https://www.certifiedhomecareofgeorgia.com/2017/03/we-just-love-to-care/
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https://www.certifiedhomecareofgeorgia.com/2017/03/how-to-prevent-our-elderly-parents-from-falling/

How to prevent our Elderly parents from falling:
1. Use the first level of the house. As the aging population face retirement and health issues, we should pay attention to see if mom and dad can still manage the stairs. If not, relocate mom, dad or both to the first level of the house that is on to avoid the stairs and falls.
2. Install grab bars- Taking a shower can become harder for our aging parents; install grab bars in the bathroom so your parents can hold on for support in and out of the shower. An additional Suggestion would be a shower bench so they can sit while taking a shower.
3. Adequate lighting- Lighting is essential for your elderly parents so they can see to get around especially at nights. Encourage your love one to always have a night light plugged in; this will give them more visibility and prevent them from tripping.
4. Remove tripping hazard- Install a nonskid underlayment for rugs that are slippery, remove extension cords that are on the walkway to avoid tripping. Remove any toys laying around on the floor after a visit from the grandkids.
5. Removing the clutter - Encourage and help mom or dad to clean up any clutter. Make their walking space clear and free from a potential newspaper, magazine and unwanted fixtures lying around on the floor or on the counters or just in the way.
6. Proper shoes and Socks wearing the proper shoes and socks - We need to make sure our parent's shoes are nonskid. Most families are accustomed to wearing socks around the house which are not nonskid.
7. Loose Clothing – loose clothing can become a hazard. Dad may be wearing pants that he had before he lost the weight; which might loosen and fall to the floor. A gown that is too long for mom and a robe that is too long for dad can be a tripping hazard.
8. Take Breaks – As the older we get we get tired easily. Encourage mom or dad to take rest in between their chores or the minute they feel tired.

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There are many benefits to receiving care in your home, such as comfort, convenience and a better quality of life. Often, people needing assistance can receive care in their home to their preferred choice. This gives them the opportunity to feel more comfortable while receiving personalized care. Certified Home Care of Georgia offers full-time, part-time or respite care. We have qualified caregiver’s to customized care to your lifestyle. The Younger generation with a temporary or permanent constraint is now electing to receive care in their home. We can assist with daily living, medical checkups, and Alzheimer's care. We specialize in helping people who choose to stay in the comfort of their home to receive a better quality of care; knowing people get more peace in a familiar environment. https://www.certifiedhomecareofgeorgia.com/2017/02/quality-in-home-care/
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