From the Provider
From its beginning in 1989, Options for Senior America was destined to become the leading home care agency in the East Coast. This is so because Options never lost sight of what its clients wanted. We specialize in at-home one-on-one care for senior adults. We are a leader in custodial home care, offering both live-in services as well as hourly schedules customized to each individual familyâ€™s needs. Options makes the process of having in-home health care as easy and hassle-free as possible, offering the following activities of daily living services (ADLs) with the same rates for days, nights, weekends, short-term, and long-term care:
- Personal Hygiene
- Medication Reminders
- Transfers & Ambulating
- Meal Preparation & Feeding
- Exercise & Activities
- Housekeeping & Laundry
- Shopping & Errands
- Companionship & Support
Options also offers skilled care by providing RNs and LPNs for patients who require an advanced level of care. We are licensed, bonded, and insured with personnel readily available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Our group is about kinder alternatives for Senior Adults.
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Options For Senior America Corp. Caregivers
|Caregiver Skills Include:||Patient Transfers, Family Communication, Communicating with Dementia Patients|
|Caregivers are employed, bonded and insured:||Yes|
|RN on staff:||Yes|
|Caregivers are available 24 hours a day:||Yes|
|Caregivers are available to assisted living facilities:||Yes|
Reviews of Options For Senior America Corp - Falls Church
Average Rating: based on 1 Review
I am a past client of this provider
I had two shifts originally which were weekdays and weekends. The two caregivers in the weekend were great. The weekdays people were horrible. What made me unhappy with Options for Senior America was that they sent me people that were not qualified to do the job. These people that they were sending me were very lazy. The first one I had was very good but she was unhappy with her negotiated rate with the agency and so she tried to get the difference from me. She became very abusive and I had to let her go. The second one that came in was not feeding my father on schedule and I found out that some days he wouldn't get food at all. They replaced her with someone else and that person was no good at all. She was not a morning person and was not able to follow the schedule on my fathers meals and medication. The last person was the same thing. My father was falling and she did not tell me, and then he had a heart attack. It was a horrible experience. I would not wish Options For Senior America on my worst enemy.