Respected Home Care Resource
We begin the hiring process by measuring and screening key personality traits that are related to success as a caregiver. This allows us to hire caregivers who are experienced to create meaningful connections with clients.
All CareBuilders at Home caregivers are required to be CPR certified, pass both a criminal background check and drug screen, and be up to date on applicable vaccinations and immunizations. CareBuilders continuously monitors our caregiver’s performance to ensure your complete satisfaction.
We want to ensure the highest standard of care for you and your loved ones. Home care aides are required to undergo the following in order to become part of our team.
- Criminal Background Check
- Drug Screening
- Up to Date On Vaccinations
- Skills Assessment
What people are saying
Working with CareBuilders at Home has given me peace of mind while I am out of town for work, knowing my mom is taken care of all the time. I’ve worked with great people who really show compassion for the one person that means the world to me.
– Candee Benson
Have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease or arthritis?
Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia?
Will you need help when arriving home from a surgical procedure?
Is it becoming harder to manage simple daily tasks of living?
Do you take more than 4 medications per day?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, CareBuilders at Home provides a safe and affordable alternative to out of home care. Find experienced caregivers to keep your loved ones in a familiar setting while also receiving an individualized level of care.
We meet with you before beginning services to discuss the level of care and frequency of care required for your loved one. Regardless of the level of care needed, we provide general homemaker services such as meal preparation, grooming, laundry, housekeeping and mobility. Take a look at services provided by our wonderful team of companion caregivers and homemakers to make your loved one’s life a whole lot easier.
Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s), including:
- Assisting with mobility
- Assisting with bathing
- Assisting with dressing
- Assisting with grooming (no diabetic nail care)
- Diabetic testing (blood glucose meter testing) reminders
- Assisting with eating
- Assisting with toileting
- Medication Reminders
Companion and Homemaker Services
- Light housekeeping: dusting, vacuuming, laundry, changing bed linens, taking out the trash, washing dishes, sweeping and mopping
- Preparing meals and snacks
- Guidance with grooming and dressing
- Monitoring bathing safety
- Organizing and helping paying bills
- Organizing the home
- Escorting to appointments and outings
- Reminders of appointments
- Pet care
- Monitoring food in refrigerator and freezer
- Monitoring and maintaining mobility and walking safety
- Assisting with hobbies
- Assisting with writing letters and other correspondence
- Helping with accessing reading material and movies
- Taking on outings, such as shopping, medical appointments and social visits
- Playing favorite games, such as cards
- Caring for houseplants
- Beauty shop or salon appointments
- Providing mental stimulation with conversation