FAQ

Questions & Answers

Important questions that you need to ask your In home Companion Giver before getting Home Services Assistance of any kind:

Yes, our agency is licensed by the state of Florida.

Services can begin promptly within 24hrs of initial contact.

All of our employees are insured and bonded through our agency. We also conduct a thorough background check on each to ensure that they are trustworthy to be in your home. This includes a drug screening and office of inspector general checks.

The daily log will contain a summary of activities done and events that happened throughout the day

The weekly report will contain a summary of the daily logs and more specific suggestions on improvement of the senior care.

Choose an agency that will provide all the services you need for your parent or loved one.  It is important to gather all the information necessary to make the most informed decision.  Ask the coordinator all questions regarding the companion assigned to your family member.

It is important for you to know how agencies operate and what’s most beneficial about selecting that agency. Infinity Companion Care has experience and we strive everyday to have the most compassionate, skilled, trained, and thoughtful team of professional companions and homemakers.  Trust in the licensed, bonded, insured and proven success of Infinity Companion Care. We pride ourselves in developing an individualized plan of assistance by a multidisciplinary team of professionals to  help with the simple to the most complex situations.

Yes. We always strive towards familiarity and consistency. However, we have an excellent back up system that guarantees coverage in the event of an emergency or illness of your caregiver.

In an effort to try to match the right companiom with our clients, on admission we ask about client preferences/likes/dislikes. Our Director of Personal Care knows each of her companionss well, so she is able to determine who is best suited for a particular case. This highly trained R.N. also supervises all of our companions who are out in the field.

Often patients, who are hospitalized, develop complications, such as infections. When someone is care for at home, the risk of infection is much lower. Home companions services provides one-on-one attention and observation, and allows the patient and family to have more involvement in the care of their loved one.

This is the time of year that we think about the importance of family in our lives. Family members can have a piece of mind knowing that there is an extra pair of eyes watching their loved ones.  Open and frequent communication is most important for us.

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