6611 Rockside Rd. #115, Independence, OH 44131
Today, OPTIONS, a non-medical home care organization, has several offices in the states of Georgia, Maryland, Ohio and Virginia, serves hundreds of families a year, and can extend its long-term live-in services to any region on the East Coast of the United States.
We are constantly screening candidates for care provider recruitment. We believe that it is essential to keep a readily available pool of good caregivers to choose from. Each and every applicant for a Home Health Aide position at OPTIONS undergoes a thorough screening process before they are added to our roster. We first conduct a face-to-face interview of each applicant by a senior staff member. During the interview, we determine the applicant's qualifications, assess their talents, and evaluate their interpersonal attributes and special skills. A competence test determines their level of knowledge, and a minimum of two relevant references must be thoroughly checked. All of these elements...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Options is providing in home post op care. They are flexible and adjust to our needs. Post op eye drop schedule changes weekly. Options has a 24/7 phone and responds quickly when questions or changes happen. Very reliable.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
We found Options on-line and contacted them as well as other agencies. Kathie, the manager, is very knowledgeable, caring and had great follow-up skills. Professional office staff and very responsive to our needs.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Very responsive to our family's needs. They get back to you promptly after-hours. Very pleased with their services.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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