Yes. We perform an assessment/intake meeting during which we gather information required to create a customized care plan for the client. During this meeting we also conduct a home safety assessment.
Yes. Each client is assigned a care coordinator who can be reached daily during normal work hours. However, we have an on-call coordinator who can be reached after hours including weekends and holidays to address any staffing issues that may arise outside of normal business hours.
Charter Home Health has fully qualified skilled nurses on Staff in New Jersey, and in Pennsylvania. Our team of skilled nurses provides training, oversight and evaluation of caregivers to ensure overall quality of care.
New Jersey’s Homemaker-Health Aides (CHHAs) are certified by the Board of Nursing. Certification is dependent on completion of a training program and satisfactory performance on a competency evaluation; the individual must also clear a criminal background check.
In Pennsylvania, our home health aides are required to undergo formal training and a certification program as outlined by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and the PA Department of Health.
Yes. In both NJ and PA, Charter Home Health carries liability insurance, and all our caregivers are fully bonded and insured.
Yes. Once our caregivers achieve and demonstrate initial certification, they are provided with orientation and ongoing in-service training.