Essential Care of Phoenix, AZ
We are a trusted and convenient source for "integrated care solutions" — which simply means that we can help with any need you have, and any challenge you may be facing. And you can count on us to continue providing solutions even as your loved one's care needs change.
At Essential Care Phoenix/Paradise Valley, there are no "one size fits all" solutions. Our care plans are always customized for a client's particular needs and desires. Our care solutions are also designed to work for the families of our clients, who feel a great sense of relief knowing their loved one is happy, safe and lovingly cared for.
"Live Your Way." These three words have big meaning to us at Essential Care Phoenix/Paradise Valley. Our senior living care plans respect each client's independence, lifestyle and preferences — while ensuring their safety and happiness. Because our care plans are designed with input from a client's family, our solutions reduce everyone's stress. We begin with a complementary assessment in the client's home — or in some cases, a hospital or care center, wherever the client is. This gives us an accurate picture of "the whole person" and their needs.
When we do pre-screen, what do we look for?
All senior housing communities and home care agencies on Care.com have been pre-screened by one of our Care Force team members. During the pre-screening process our Care Force:
- Verifies license information if licensing is required by the state (see details)
- Verifies profile information for accuracy
- Checks the Better Business Bureau for accreditation and reputation ratings
- Conducts an online media search for negative, newsworthy incidents
- Performs an overall reputation check by reading a sample of online reviews by customers like you
Information reviewed during the pre-screening process can change at any time. Accordingly, please make sure you perform your own research on the care providers you are considering and feel completely comfortable with the company or individual you have selected. Ultimately, you are solely responsible for selecting an appropriate care provider for you and your family.