caregivers

Caregiver Spotlight

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

Thrilled with Caregiver!

Thrilled with Caregiver! “Melissa, This is to let you know that I am thrilled with Brenda, the caregiver you assigned to my dad.  My dad enjoys her company, and I’ve been impressed with her professionalism and conscientious attention to his needs and mine.  She is also very easy to communicate with, and she keeps me well informed of his health, what he eats, and what they do together… I couldn’t be happier with my decision to go with Regent Healthcare.”

Excellent Service

Excellent Service, A Client Testimonial   “Your company [Regent Healthcare] provided care for my father from April, 2016 until his recent death [in] March, 2017.  I wanted to take the time to tell you how happy we were with the excellent service we received from your staff and caregivers.  In  particular I want to commend Jessica P., who provided/scheduled the caregivers for my father.  Jessica was always very responsive to any requests we had for scheduling changes or any other problems that

Get the Best Caregiver for You

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