On Call Care Services provides total in-home health care and assistance services throughout Kansas and Missouri. We help the elderly and disabled members of the region live fuller, more independent lives.
On Call Care Services employs certified nursing assistants, homemakers, caregivers certified to care for seniors and adults with developmental disabilities, and caregivers with years of experience.
All of our caregivers are specially selected to provide consistent, quality care to each and every client. Our pre-employment screenings include criminal background checks, screening for elder/sexual abuse, a thorough check of all personal and prior employment references and driving record.
Our staff is also covered by a comprehensive company insurance policy. All caregivers are employees of On Call Care Services rather than independent contractors. Our Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) provide quarterly training for our caregivers to ensure that we meet and exceed the requirements of our clients. This specialized training includes classes in universal precautions/infection control, CPR, personal care hygiene, client personal safety, emergency preparedness and abuse and neglect.
Your Home Health Assistance Professionals
The way to provide the best possible personal care is to fully understand our clients’ individual needs. When you call On Call Care Services, LLC for help, you have a partner dedicated to helping you or your loved one live the safest, fullest, most independent life possible.
Scientific study has confirmed the common sense notion – “there’s no place like home.” For a person’s health, well-being, self-respect and personal dignity, for economic reasons as well as quality of life, in-home health care and assistance has become a desirable alternative to institutional care.
As a family caregiver, it can be hard to find the answers and information you need to provide the quality care your loved ones deserve. No need to stress – we’ve got you covered! From exploring your home care options to preventing burnout, this toolbox of tips will keep you at your best.
- Caregiver Tips – Take Care of Yourself First – WebMD.com
- In order to give good care, you have to take care of yourself first.
- Caregiver Tips – Don’t Help Too Much – WebMD.com
- One of biggest mistake most caregiver make is providing too much care.
- The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving – RosalynnCarter.org
- Evidence-based caregiver resources and programs
- The Caregiver’s Home Companion, Elderly Caregiving – Caregivershome.com
- The Caregiver’s Home Companion a leading source of information and advice for elderly caregiving.
- Recognizing Caregiver Burnout – WebMD.com
- Burnouts can occur when caregivers don’t get the help they need, or if they try to do more than they are able — either physically or financially.
- Caregiving – Caregivers, Parent Guardianship & Caring, Senior & Elder Care – AARP
- Find information here on caregiving, caregivers, caretaking and caring for parents.
- Caregiving: Insights for Caregivers – WebMD.com
- Caregiving can bring challenges, as well as rewards. Here’s how to tend to others while also nurturing your own self.
- Preventing Caregiver Burnout: Tips and Support for Family Caregivers – HelpGuide.org
- Get tips for making caregiving easier and learn how to prevent caregiver burnout by taking care of yourself and seeking support.
- Caregiving: What You Need to Know About Nursing Home Care – WebMD.com
- If you’re a caregiver considering nursing home care for your loved one, here is some information you need to know before starting your search.
- Prevent Wandering: 10 Tips for Caregivers – WebMD.com
- For caregivers to people with cognitive problems, nothing is scarier than the idea that they may wander from home and get lost. Here are 10 tips to prevent wandering and ease your anxiety.
- Caregiver Tips: Take Pride – WebMD.com
- Take pride in your efforts. Being a caregiver is not easy, and those who do it are special.
- End of Life Caregiving: The Caregiver – WebMD.com
- Caregivers provide support to someone who needs help. Caregivers may live with the person they are caring for, providing assistance with daily needs, or may visit the person weekly or call regularly.
- Caregiving: 7 Tips for Caregivers – WebMD.com
- Take the confusion out of caregiving for an elderly loved one. Start with these seven tips for new caregivers.
- Stroke Recovery: Tips for the Caregiver – WebMD.com
- Caring for a loved one who has had a stroke can be a daunting task. WebMD asked experts what caregivers need to know. Here are their caregiving tips.
- End of Life Caregiving: Providing Care – WebMD.com
- As a caregiver, you may need to provide for all aspects of your loved one’s comfort. People who are near the end of life have complex needs.
- How to Work with Caregiver Guilt – ThirdAge.com
- Feeling guilty about not doing enough, or not taking care of loved ones with enough patience and compassion, are common feeling expressed by even the most devoted and conscientious caregivers.
- Finding and Choosing Respite Care Services and Providers – HelpGuide.org
- Learn to use Respite Care to relieve you from the stresses of caregiving. Get tips for working with family members, finding services, and taking care of yourself.
- How to Help Your Aging Parents Without Going Broke – WebMD.com
- From making their daily life easier to affording in-home care, here’s the (money) wise guide you need.
- 10 Signs Your Aging Loved One May Need Assistance with Daily Living
- As a result of aging, many seniors will eventually require some level of care and assistance with daily living, but they’ll find it difficult to ask for help. If you’re concerned your loved one may be struggling unnecessarily, it’s better to be proactive.
- Caregiving Madness: Husband and Wife Lose Minds Coping With Brain Tumor
- An aggressive and fatal brain tumor that had slowly caused personality changes and eventually killed her husband of only five years. Graves said the crumbling marriage and then the exhausting care-giving that followed also caused her to lose her mind, a phenomenon that is all too common when family members are left without support to care for sick and dying loved ones.
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