Care hours are billed weekly and due upon receipt. Accounts more than seven days past due will be assessed a $15.00 late payment fee on the eighth day. All returned payments will be assessed a $30.00 fee but under that say Prices may vary very small though.
All clients have the option to pay by electronic payment. All care hours will be billed on a weekly basis. Our billing week starts on Sunday, and ends on Saturday. Billing will be generated on Monday and are due upon receipt. Unpaid invoices, will be assessed a $15.00 fee at midnight on the seventh day past due.
United Medical Resources, Inc. goal is to assist our clients with their personal care routines, so they can look and feel their best. Studies have proven how effective and positive it is for seniors to have regular hygiene and grooming for clients who fear falling while bathing or have physical or cognitive limitations that make bath-time difficult, our caregivers are there to help. We can assist with shampooing, shaving (with an electric shaver), hair combing and styling, and other grooming needs.
Paying particular attention to grooming can help a senior feel and look better. As a person ages, grooming can sometimes present physical challenges. Our caregivers assist clients with shampooing, shaving, hair combing and styling, and other grooming needs so seniors can look and feel their best.
Remaining active in your golden years is one of the best ways to maintain the quality of life. Our caregivers help seniors remain active by assisting them in getting from place to place in comfort and safety.
One of our top priorities is helping our clients move around their homes. This may include getting in and out of bed, chairs, and wheelchairs. Proper transferring and positioning can contribute to reducing bedsore risks. This also helps reduce muscle atrophy, while encouraging proper breathing and digestion. It can also lower the risk of falls and injuries, as well as keep our clients as comfortable as possible.
We understand the sensitive nature of toileting and incontinence care for our clients. Without proper help, seniors can face many issues, these may include skin infections, unpleasant odors, and general hygiene problems. Our caregivers offer compassionate, dignified help with these personal aspects of daily living.
Maintaining a healthy, nutritious diet can impact well-being and vitality across the board. In fact, many seniors have meal plans they must stick to for health reasons. Whether you’re looking for help adhering to a special diet or just want to improve nutrition, our caregivers can help. They also provide companionship; turning meals into social time by engaging with seniors while they eat. The positive environment helps them feel more relaxed. Supervision also makes certain your loved ones get proper nourishment. Our caregivers help certain clients stay on prescribed diets to prevent or control a wide variety of medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis. Our caregivers also help clients eat nutritious menus to promote disease prevention, healing, and healthy living. We make an extra effort to turn meals into enjoyable social time by engaging our clients in conversation over food.
Our caregivers can take care of all laundry needs, either in the home or at a nearby laundromat. These services may include washing, drying, ironing, and putting clean laundry away.
Our caregivers are available to provide light housekeeping. Our services include vacuuming, dusting, sweeping, mopping, cleaning bathrooms (sinks, tubs, showers, and toilets), cleaning kitchens (sinks, appliances, counters, and taking out the trash), straightening all rooms, organizing closets and drawers, and cleaning any interior windows reachable without a ladder.
Getting around can be difficult for seniors, especially if they are unable to drive. Our caregivers take care of this problem by running around and completing the errands for you. This can include grocery shopping, Doctors appointments, and other errands, such as stopping at the pharmacy or post office. Your loved ones are welcome to stay home or come along for the ride as a way to stay active.
Being out and about benefits a senior’s mind, body, and spirit. It's an integral part of UMRI Interactive Caregiving. For older adults unable to drive, our caregivers provide transportation incidental to other services, such as medical appointments, barbershops, beauty salons, and shopping. Just about anywhere your senior wants to go, our caregivers can help them get there.
Although our caregivers cannot administer medications, they can assist in ensuring that clients take their medication as prescribed, our caregivers can help with opening medication containers, reading labels, and reminding the client when it is time for the next dose to ensure they stay on schedule with their prescribed medications: These helpful reminders safeguard that your loved ones are taking their medications as prescribed. Our caregivers work closely with seniors to provide in-home care.
Call our office and explain the type of care services you need, then we will set – up a time for the supervisor to come to your home to set a care plan and go over
Care Contract, we will then allow you to meet some of our caregivers until you are satisfied with the one of your choice, Skilled and Compassionate Right at Home care providers know just how to provide these tasks in a timely manner.
Does not lock you into a long-term contract. Our exceptional home care speaks for itself. We can accommodate the type and length of in-home care you / your loved one needs, whether your family needs a couple hours of respite care or you are looking for multiple weeks of care for you / your loved one. Contact your local Right at Home office to explore the types of non - medical services and care plans they may offer.
Service can start in as little as 24 - 72 hrs. (1-3 Days) but can generally take at least a week or two.
Finding a United Medical Resources, Inc, Caregiver should be simple, and it should be quick! Just give us a call to tell us about your needs. We’ll set up a meeting at your home or in a place of your choosing. During that visit, we’ll make sure we understood everything you need, to customize a Care Plan and you can let us know if you have any additional questions or requests before we match you with a caregiver. We do our best to match you with a caregiver within 24 -72 hours.
Absolutely! Feedback from clients indicates that a personality match is the #1 factor in a caregiver match, so we highly encourage client input! We also work with each family in an initial home visit to understand what unique skills and personality they are looking for in a caregiver to ensure the best possible care.
United Medical Resources, Inc. Office team will do their best to stay in touch with you about your satisfaction with your provided care, but in the event that A Client is unhappy with a caregiver always feel free to reach out to your region supervisor and they will be happy to match you with another caregiver quickly and at no additional cost.
Medication adherence is extremely important to remaining safe at home. Caregivers cannot administer medication, but they can remind clients when it’s time to take their medication. Drug treatment plans that include injections & or, sorting and administering medications should only be handled by a family member, nurse, or physician who is authorized and qualified to provide this service and are caregivers can assist those in doing that.
Is often critical to managing these diseases In a home base location. In fact, according to the Alzheimer’s Association of America, approximately 70 percent of people with dementia or cognitive impairment live at home. The only exception is for clients in late stages of the diseases who need intensive medical care. Remaining at home and in familiar surroundings that include friends, family, and routines is particularly important to those with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Our Caregivers can help create balance and consistency for our clients.
Can always adjust your loved one’s Custom Care Plan as individual needs change. If you/your senior is hospitalized, we can provide more specialized nursing care during at-home recovery. If you/your loved one develops a serious illness or declines in cognitive ability, we would evaluate if your current In Home Caregiver still is the best fit or whether we should turn to the skilled nursing skills of another well-matched caregiver. Or even bring in Hospice.