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RN Kika Garcia-Awan’s care at home helped José S. recover from a stroke.

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BAYADA Home Health Care voluntarily seeks accreditation from leading independent accrediting agencies. It’s one tangible way we demonstrate our commitment to providing home health care services to clients with the highest professional, ethical, and safety standards.

Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP)

CHAP, the leading accrediting organization for the home health care industry, has publicly certified BAYADA as voluntarily achieving the highest standards of excellence for home-based health care. BAYADA achieved accreditation by demonstrating compliance with CHAP national standards of excellence in the provision of care services.

The rigorous CHAP accreditation process involves a thorough examination of the business and service aspects of the entire BAYADA Home Health Care organization — including office and client visits — in order to evaluate service quality, structural strength, organizational effectiveness, and human and financial resources.

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities International (CARF)

Our Developmental Disabilities Services program — which operates in North Carolina and serves adults and children with intellectual/developmental disabilities, autism, and other similar conditions — is accredited by CARF for community integration, respite, and personal support services. CARF validated this BAYADA Home Health Care program for delivering services of the highest quality that are measurable and accountable to clients, their families, employees, and other stakeholders.

Accreditation involves a rigorous peer review of business practices and program performance. This certification represents the highest level of accreditation an organization can achieve from this international accrediting body and represents conformance to CARF standards.

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Chris S., who has Down Syndrome and uses a tracheostomy and ventilator to breathe, went to school every day with the help of his BAYADA Nurse.

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