Who We Are?
Expert Homecare NY’s commitment to excellence begins with the pre-hiring process. We screen every employee with a background heck, up-to-date physical and one-on-one interview. Our rigid application process allows us to be selective with our employees. To meet the unique needs of our culturally diverse clients, we employ numerous caregivers who are bilingual and are trained in the many diverse cultures we provide service to. The office is open 5 days a week from 10:00 am-8:00 pm.
The Expert Homecare NY Goal
Expert Homecare NY respects the value and dignity of both patients and caregivers through on going training career development and cultural sensitivity. We know that an investment in the training of our caregivers pays off in patient satisfaction and pride in a job well alone.
That’s why all over licensed and insured professional nurses and certified home attendants are rigorously screened and educated in patient-centered care, beyond the minimally required government standards. It’s all part of the Expert Homecare NY promises.
We understand how over whelming it can be taking care of loved one. Even more so the difficulty in finding someone you can trust to take care of them.
Expert Home Care is dedicated to providing quality, compassionate home care services to our clients and their families. Our skilled and qualified staff our clients with meeting their physical and emotional needs with dignity and respect. It’s our vision to assist our clients and their families to remain comfortable in their own personal surroundings.
In Home Support
In home support provides personal care, such as feeding and bathing, household tasks such as laundry, shopping, meal preparation and light house cleaning; transportation; protective supervision and certain paramedical services ordered by a physician.
The aim of community-based habilitation is to help people with disabilities, by establishing community-based programs for social integration, equalization of opportunities and physical therapy habilitation programs for the disabled.