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Home Care Process

Contact us to get started

On your initial call, you will speak to a knowledgeable staff member who will be your main point of contact throughout the intake process. After listening to you and collecting some pertinent information, an appointment will be made for a FREE, no-obligation home assessment. Our Client Care Coordinator will come to your home and meet with you and your family to determine what type of service is needed.

Free home care assessment

Our Client Care Coordinator will visit you to learn as much as possible about your needs, home care issues, and the qualities of a Caregiver you seek.

The Assessment includes:

  • Medical and Medication Profile

  • Personality Profile

  • Nutrition Analysis

  • Home Safety Inspection

    The Assessment requires no obligation on your part. You will not be asked to sign anything at that time
    unless you wish to proceed with services.

Your plan of care

Our Client Care Coordinator will create an individualized Plan of Care to be implemented by your home care team. This mutually agreed upon Plan of Care is created in conjunction with the client’s and/or family’s recommendations. A copy of the Plan of Care will be forwarded to the client’s Primary Care Physician.

Caregiver matching

Our office staff spends a great deal of time and effort evaluating your home care situation and personality requests, and then carefully selects a Caregiver(s) we believe, from our experience, would be the “Right Fit”. For example, some people prefer someone who is talkative, while someone else might like someone a little quieter. Another example is that some people prefer someone who takes direction well, while others require someone more assertive.

If the match isn’t correct the first time, we will find another Caregiver for you. We won’t rest until we find you the “Right Fit”

Caregiver orientation & introduction

Our team will explain everything about the case to any new Caregiver. In addition, our Client Care Coordinator will come to your home to introduce you and to familiarize and orient your Caregiver to the Plan of Care, your home environment, and the social dynamic. This increases the likelihood of a comfortable transition. The introduction is very important in toward establishing a successful relationship between you and your Caregiver. The first few days/weeks are crucial to the relationship’s long-term success. This is not a common practice, and we believe is indicative of the passion we have for our work.

Ongoing supervision

Our Client Care Coordinator conducts a supervisory home visit every 2-3 weeks to ensure the Plan of Care is being
properly followed or needs any revisions. This is another major differentiator for our home care service.

Ongoing support

Each Caregiver is managed by our Client Services Team which includes our Scheduler and a Client Care Coordinator. Our ClientServices Team is responsible for the day-to-day scheduling and care issues and serves as your dedicated liaison with our agency. It is their job to personally know you and your family.

Families like yours, choose Moments At Home

Moments At Home Respite Care And Home Services is dedicated to providing competent, trustworthy and compassionate care to you or your loved ones. We are a licensed home care agency in Illinois #3001686. Please call with any questions.


Moments at Home Respite Care

7627 Lake St Suite 206, River Forest, IL 60305