It will depend on whether the client sleeps through the night or not, and if the caregiver will be given the opportunity to get some sleep, and how much sleep. If the care giver is allotted sleep hours those hours are usually paid at a lesser wage than the awake... more
Their previous care experience, their willingness to perform all of the care needs without issues, how they might handle unexpected issues, hours, or schedule changes, are they available on short notice, why they want to do this type of work vs. traditional work. If preparing meals what is their level... more
That has seemed to become more common today than ever. I am going to guess that it's because they want to work and make money, so when contacted by a family to work they set up the interview, but maybe it wasn't within the time frames of their... more
There is hope! You just need to contact the appropriate authority in your area. Start with a Google search related to seniors or elderly, an Ombudsman, or whatever senior care authority is located in your state. There should be an organization who can help intervene, or at least guide you... more
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