Aqua Home Care specializes in assisting seniors with different forms and stages of dementia, from mild cognitive impairment to severe Alzheimer’s disease (late-stage). All referred care providers have completed Alzheimer’s and Dementia training and often assist clients with cognitive disorders, some of which include Alzheimer’s Disease, Lewy Body Dementia, Vascular Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease Dementia, Frontotemporal Dementia, and other forms.
We understand that each form of dementia and its effects can vary drastically from one person to the next; as well as the time, effort, and emotional toll that caregiving can take on a family. If you are wondering if your loved one’s care needs are beyond your abilities, Aqua Home Care may be able to help. Our caregivers can provide needed relief and support to those who care for family members with dementia. If you act as a caregiver for a loved one, we can make caregiving more manageable and less overwhelming, giving you more time to self-care, work, and family obligations, or simply spending quality time with your loved one.
Your dedicated Area Manager will meet in-person to help determine what level of care and/or supervision may be required and refer a care provider capable of meeting their needs. Continuity of care is a major area of focus when assisting clients with dementia. Our team makes every effort to introduce care providers to ensure your loved one, as well as the care provider(s), are compatible and comfortable working together. We believe that family is more than kin. That is why we don’t just treat our individuals and their loved ones like family, they are our family. Focusing on each client’s personal needs, we provide holistic, dependable, and individualized care that helps them live with purpose. And we do it all with compassion, kindness, and primarily, love.
Yes, all care providers must pass a Level 2 Background Screening (requires fingerprinting). Aqua Home Care ensures care providers have met all state requirements prior to being registered and referred to clients. Once registered, they must maintain all credentials in order to remain active with the Nurse Registry.
Yes, we work with all Long Term Care Insurance companies. Aqua Home Care assists clients and family members throughout the entire Long Term Care (LTC) claims process. This includes checking policy benefits, submitting care logs, invoices and other required documentation to help expedite reimbursement for services.
Yes, Aqua Home Care is a Florida licensed Nurse Registry and is bonded and insured. Additionally, referred care providers carry individual professional liability policies and must meet all credentialing requirements set forth by the state.