If you hired that person you must of like and had a trust for them so that is a good start but always do a credit card so you can keep track of the card and always have a receipt book that you both sign at all times so there... more
A lot of times when you talk on the phone you can tell if its ok to go, but always be safe so I would recommend that you meet at a coffee shop or take someone with you to the interview and let that person know that you are bring... more
Again it depends on the situation if the person has a medical condition then 12 to 18 an hour. You just need to find someone that is willing to work with you and your budget. I hope that helps. Tamara
What does your Dad want? that's the question you need to ask him. By your mother falling do to taking care of him she is putting your dad in danger as well. it sounds like she is hold on to her independence as long as she can, which is... more
I always recommend that if you have a loved one the has memory problems specially in advance stages like this one it is good to look for a place that has memory care . It is so very hard to take care of loved ones at home it is never easy... more
It depends on the situation. Medical condition or non medical but if its one person medical then you should pay 12 to 18.00 an hour. Nannies the same it all depends on your budget, just need to find someone that will work for you and your budget. Tamara
Must have caregiving certificate, or CNA and have S.S, Food Handlers Card,TB Test and reliable car.If they have kids and if they have someone to watch them, No kids should ever be allowed at work.Must Also have a Finger Print Card! And at least 4-5 references... more
Taking care of parents at home should not cost more then 3,500 a month depending on medical situation,but no more then 4,000 a month. Tamara. I would love to interview with you.