BAYADA Personal Care and Companionship
The pride our caregivers bring to their work is evident in the quality of care they deliver to our clients. Helping others achieve independence, stay safe, and enjoy a better quality of life at home is a calling that comes from within. It’s just who we are, and serving others is our highest priority and greatest joy.
The best-matched caregivers make all the difference
Relationships. That’s what makes our one-on-one care so special for clients and so rewarding for caregivers. At BAYADA, we take the time to learn about you, your interests, habits, preferences, and more to determine which caregiver not only has the skills and experience to meet your needs, but who would be a great fit personally. For many clients, their caregivers become like family, and that makes all the difference.
How we can help
If it’s become more challenging to manage daily personal activities or housekeeping tasks, our trained and experienced home health aides can assist you. Or perhaps you need help with getting to the store or to doctors’ appointments. Or maybe your parents have dementia and need a companion to keep them living safely at home. BAYADA is here for you.
- Bathing, grooming, using the toilet, and dressing
- Meal planning and preparation
- Light housekeeping, laundry, and running errands
- Medication reminders and picking up prescriptions
- Escorts to appointments or meetings, help with activities or hobbies, and general companionship
Care is available up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including the option for live-in help. We will work closely with you and your family to determine the best care schedule to meet your needs.
A dedicated support team
Your BAYADA in-home caregivers are part of a larger team of dedicated care professionals who all play an important role in delivering the best client experience possible. Your RN clinical manager oversees and manages your care plan and caregiving team and also communicates with your doctor as needed. Your client services manager helps coordinate your care schedule and serves as a primary contact for any questions you may have.
How to pay for services
There are many payment options including: Private pay (credit card or check), Medicaid, long-term care insurance, Veterans’ benefits, and Workers’ compensation.