Home Care Book is a home care provider in Dallas-Fort Worth TX founded by professionals with national experience in healthcare. After reviewing countless home care and healthcare delivery models, Home Care Book was created with the goal to deliver professional, compassionate home care.
Their Chief Medical Officer is a cardiologist whose career has focused on the elderly population and improving their quality of life. Even though they deliver non-medical care, they have medical oversight to coordinate their care with your primary care physician, home health, in-patient rehabilitation facility, skilled nursing facility, assisted living facility, hospice and/or other healthcare providers. The coordination of care leads to a healthier, happier client.
Their purpose is to enhance lives by providing superior service. In order to accomplish their goal, they only employ experienced caregivers that possess a calling in life to deliver one-on-one compassionate care. Employing experienced, compassionate caregivers is paramount to their success.
They have all your home care needs covered. Whether you need a home care provider a few hours a week or around-the-clock 24-hour care, their professional, compassionate caregivers are here to care for you, your loved one, or your patients.
Their agency provides assistance with activities of daily living, personal care, companion care and respite care services.
As the only private home care agency with a chief medical officer, Home Care Book has the unique ability to coordinate their clients’ care with health care providers and provide medical oversight.
Supporting Recovery after Hospitalization
Home Care Book is able to assist with your transition home from a hospital, skilled nursing facility, inpatient rehabilitation facility or other medical setting. Their private home care plans are designed to reduce the risk of an unnecessary readmission to the hospital or medical facility from which you were discharged.
Supporting Independent Living
For older adults living at home or in an assisted living facility, having home care can help maintain independence by providing regular support and help with activities of daily living.
With more older adults increasingly living far away from other family members, older adults may become isolated, putting themselves at greater risk of loneliness, falls and failure to comply with medication schedules. Home Care Book’s caregivers reduce these risks and provide the support older adults need to keep living with their desired degree of independence.
Providing Peace of Mind and Reducing Caregiver Burnout
At least 1 in 3 adults are caring for an older adult or someone with significant health care needs. Many of these adults also are caring for younger family members and working full- or part-time. The combination of responsibilities contributes to stress buildup and eventual burnout, with negative consequences for caregivers’ physical and mental health.
With a Home Care Book caregiver, older adults get trusted support and care, and their family members can take a break from caregiving duties. Respite care can be for several weeks or as needed, depending on a family’s circumstances.
Supporting Home Health or Hospice Goals
Even with home health or hospice care, older adults may need extra help with bathing, toileting, meal preparation, dressing and other activities of daily living. Their personal care services can work in tandem with home health care and with hospice care.
For patients who are prescribed home health or hospice services, Home Care Book’s caregivers can provide complementary personal and custodial care services that the patient and his/her family decide they need.