Our Caregiver, Glenn, went above and beyond for her client when he started showing signs of distress. She was fast acting, utilized her Office Support to get him the proper care he needed to stabilize. Family was very grateful for her support and couldn’t thank her enough for a job well done! Thank you Glenn. Your Genuine approach in caring for your client exceeds our Regent Standard. We appreciate you!
Teamwork Our GNA, Lizzie, showed exceptional care and concentrated service for her Client last week. With Lizzie’s help and caregiver skill, our Delegating Nurse, Lisa, was able to confirm the clients need for more assistance and get her the proper attention. Lizzie’s concern for her client combined with using Regent’s educational tools, brought peace of mind to the client, her family, and the facility Regent partners with. Great job Lizzie! You exude High Quality Care and Elevated Service.
Erin, one of our wonderful Client Services Managers, received a phone call about our caregiver, Peace! The client’s daughter raved about how wonderful she has been with her father. Especially when he ended up in the hospital. She loved the way Peace interacted with her dad. She also stated the facility’s receptionist raved about Peace’s professionalism! Way to go Peace! We can’t thank you enough for CONSISTENTLY being the best you can be.
Our Caregiver, Patra has been caring for a Regent client whom has advanced dementia with behavioral disturbances for some time. This is a difficult case but she has been a perfect fit and the family/client love her. At Regent’s first In-Service of 2019, Patra was educated on how to identify the signs and symptoms of a Urinary Tract Infection. The following week, she noticed the client was showing signs of a UTI and was fast acting in caring for his
CAREGIVER SPOTLIGHT ALERT! This week, our spotlight goes to TWO of our Southern Maryland Caregivers – Joyce and Shandi. Their mutual client recently passed away and these ladies supported this client and her family before, during hospice care and after. Even while their client was in the hospital/rehab, Joyce went to visit during her free time just to make her smile. And for the clients birthday, Shandi bought balloons and flowers to celebrate! They both attended the client’s funeral service this
Regent Healthcare and Shore Neurocognitive Health Partner to Create Dementia Training Program for Professional Caregivers All Regent Healthcare staff to complete CONNECTed Care™ dementia education and behavioral management training curriculum Odenton, Md. – Regent Healthcare, the largest, non-franchised Home Care Agency in Central Maryland, has partnered with Shore Neurocognitive Health in Easton to create CONNECTed Care™, a dementia education and behavioral management training course for professional caregivers. Designed exclusively for Regent Healthcare employees, this multi-level certification program focuses on the unique challenges
Caregiver Spotlight: Sharron It gives us great pleasure to highlight Sharron for the first edition of Caregiver Spotlight! Caregiver Spotlight is a recognition program for Regent Healthcare caregivers that demonstrate exceptional service and a deep commitment to Regent’s core values of Reliability, Excellence in Service, Genuineness, Enthusiasm, Nimbleness, and Teamwork. Sharron is a Certified Nursing Assistant and Medication Technician and is new to Regent Healthcare this year. Sharron immediately attracted our attention by receiving outstanding client feedback, developing compassionate relationships with new
Care For Yourself While Caring For a Loved One Per the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 15 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. In 2016, these caregivers provided an estimated 18.2 billion hours of care valued at over $230 billion. What is the #1 rule of caregiving? The caregiver needs to take care of herself to be any good for the person she’s caring for daily. The problem is that many caregivers don’t do this; instead they
Get the Best Caregiver for You You’ve made the decision to let a caregiver come into your home to assist. That was hard enough. Now you are getting apprehensive about what to expect when the caregiver arrives for work. If you don’t have experience with in-home care, all sorts of “worst case scenarios” are whirling about in your head. And then there are the questions: What should you do if you don’t like the caregiver? How should you approach problems? Who