How do I determine if my loved one needs private care?
If your loved one is having difficulty with personal care, food preparation, is forgetful or lonely, it is likely they would benefit from in-home care. We would love to talk with you and provide a free consultation to help you determine what kind of services your loved one might best benefit from. Please call us today!
Does Family Private Care only refer care providers for seniors at home?
Family Private Care refers caregivers to care for seniors wherever there is a need. Care providers go to the senior whether they are still living in their home, assisted living or independent living community, or even in a hospital for companionship and a watchful eye.
Are caregiver services available 24/7?
Yes. Care providers are available around the clock, no matter the time, location or duration of care you might need.
What locations does Family Private Care serve?
Family Private Care currently serves the greater metro areas of Atlanta and Birmingham. We serve approximately 35 counties in Georgia and 5 counties in Alabama.
Are the caregivers hours flexible?
Yes. Care Providers are generally flexible and happy to work with you to accommodate the hours that work best for you.
What makes Family Private Care different?
Unlike some organizations who offer only companion and sitter care providers, Family Private Care refers skilled nurses in addition to companion and sitter services. Having skilled nurses (RNs and LPNs) available not only prevents disruption in the continuation of care but also eliminates the family’s burden of having to locate private duty nursing support on short notice. We have also provided over 15,000 hours of CEU credit hours to health care professionals in Atlanta and Birmingham – all free of charge to these valuable health care workers!
What if my loved one does not bond with the caregiver?
Family Private Care realizes that an important component of a good home care experience is a good “fit” with every caregiver. If your loved one does not feel a connection with her caregiver, simply let us know and another caregiver will be referred.