"Thank you for being very thorough and reassuring, Sam. It inspires confidence and perseverance. This situation reminds my dad of the hardships and sacrifices he remembers that happened during the World War II. He grew up very poor, literally worried about having food in Echo Park, without a father.
I want to compliment again the incredible, almost indispensable, service my dad and I have received from his New Wave Home Care caregiver, who works for us six days a week. He continues to go above and beyond for my dad. He is an admirable humanitarian of sterling character.
Thank you, to you, and New Wave for being there for us.”
-Son of a Client
Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can be challenging to cope with, especially if it’s happening to a loved one.
The Coronavirus pandemic today has made it more challenging for clients and health care providers to be able to reach each other for check-ups and other medical procedures.
Our initiative to provide our caregivers with safer working conditions, as well as increased benefits, may play a big factor in what sets us apart from in-home care services that are struggling to combat current challenges in caregiving.
We at New Wave Home Care understand that recent events about the Coronavirus pandemic can make us feel like we’re alone in our situation. Lockdowns and stay-at-home procedures have made it seem like we’re left off to fend for ourselves, and that hope seems a long way off. We want to change this perspective.
We at New Wave Home Care take pride of our holistic approach to providing only the best in care services for our clients and their families. Our client-centered approach allows us to make healthcare services tailor-fit for our clients’ needs.
Superheroes often come in colorful suits and masks, and our personal heroes are the same. Here at New Wave Home Care, our caregivers are our personal heroes, as they make sure to provide only the best in care services for you and your family.
The homecare services industry is now choosing how they respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, and many are forced to follow suit. While continuing to follow updates and procedures from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), local authorities, the Home Care Association of America, and other agencies and resources, some are still left with a dilemma of how to shift their caregiving services to meet the current environment.
During these times of physical distancing, it is easy to feel disconnected from our loved ones, friends, and communities. “Stay at Home” orders protect all of us, but there’s no denying the emotional toll of the coronavirus pandemic.
The world at large is currently in the process of adjusting life’s daily operations. In an attempt to cut down on the spread of coronavirus, a lot is changing. Nearly all of us have taken heightened precautions of sterilization to cut down on the transfer or illness. Some countries, states, and local governments are calling on citizens to stay inside completely with as little social contact with others as possible.
In the past week, Americans have experienced a number of immense daily changes in an attempt to curtail the rapid spread of COVID-19. With the virus reaching pandemic status, the United States is no longer watching foreign countries deal with its impacts from afar.
As you are likely aware, there are several media reports about the growing concern about Coronavirus. Prevention is always a better option than waiting for a supposed cure and we would like to be proactive in our planning, to do our part to prevent whatever we can for our Clients.