ACCESS NOBLECARE AGENCY

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OUR CAREGIVERS

  • CNA
  • HHA
  • Experienced Caregivers
  • We could also provide LVNs and RNs

What we look for our caregivers are those who live and work with a mission, they are the ones whose aim is to enhance the lives of those that are in their care. Our company works hand in hand with them through training and established policies, procedures and control to further equip them in the accomplishment of the our company's mission.

Selection process

To help us evaluate the candidate's fitness to do the caregiving job, we employ 24 point system testing and selection process.

Experience

ACCESS NobleCare requires its caregivers to start out with at least one complete year of successful home care experience. To assess the quality of that experience an in depth interview will be conducted by our representative.

Identification

Basic documents are required to be presented during the selection process, candidates should able to provide copy of valid driver’s license or state ID card, as well as social security card.

Background Checks

This should cover the nationwide criminal background check, the nationwide sex offender’s list check, and a Department of Motor Vehicle check.

Medical Fitness

The caregiver is required to  submit physical medical exam and a TB test to ensure complete medical fitness.

Safety and Emergency Certifications

ACCESS NobleCare requires certifications in CPR and  First Aid

References

At least two references will be asked from the candidate. Those should be able to attest as to the knowledge of the caregiver and his fitness for the  

Screening Examinations

The following should be covered in the evaluation of the candidate:

Basic nursing skills

Safety and Hazards

Control of disease

Bedside nursing care

Basic nutrition

Assessment of Personal Characteristics

A candidate should be able to exude a pleasing personality, positive and helpful attitude.

Specialized Training

It would be notable if the caregiver would be able to present basic care for Alzheimer and dementia patients, and for hospice care.

concept is the notion of strategy; throughout the program caregivers are urged to learn,
develop and modify strategies that will be used to accomplish the goal for their particular
caregiving situation. Another main tenant of the program is for the caregiver to integrate a
contented involvement with the person they are caring for into their daily life. The program
presents ideas from many disciplines and sources. Below are the areas of knowledge, skills, and
attitudes that are taught or developed in the program:
�� Information and Knowledge. Because of the complexity of caregiving, the program goes
through many details and scenarios that caregivers face in their journey.
• How to manage a disease that does not improve
• The course of the disease and progressive impact on the person with the disease.
• How to tailor the caregiving strategies to the particular stage of the disease (e.g. beginning,
mid-stage, late-stage).
• Understanding the physical, mental and emotional impact of caregiving,
�� Skills. Caregiving is a complex job and entails many tasks. It is a basic premise of the Savvy
Caregiver program that few family caregivers have received any training for the work they
do as caregivers. Since the principal task of the family caregiver is to manage day-to-day life
with the person, these are the skills on which the program focuses. In particular, the
program is designed to develop the following skills:
• How to take into account the person’s disease-produced losses in the manner in which
they interact with the person.
• How to take the person’s disease stage into account in caregiving.
• How to help the person become and remain involved in daily tasks and activities that
allow the person to be contented throughout the day.
Bold new program for
Alzheimer’s family caregivers.
savvy caregiver training program
professional-level training for the non-professional
The program also provides instruction in:
• Important self-care skills – especially those related to understanding and managing
caregivers’ own feelings.
• Skills for making decisions as they continue their caregiving journey.
• Skills for navigating family issues that come up while providing care.
�� Outlook or Attitude. The program aims to foster an increased sense of individual mastery in
caregiving. There are at least three areas of attitude that the program tries to affect:
• Objectivity: ways to become less emotionally involved – at least when caregiving
problems need to be solved – and more clinically detached, and how this benefits
everyone involved.
o We show them how to become more analytic and experimental in caregiving.
o We show them how to step back from the person and the situation and to examine –
objectively and dispassionately – just what they are seeing.
o We want them to be able to put that observation together with other knowledge
gained from the program to be able to create a plan that includes steps and tools to
help them better manage the daily care of themselves and their family members.
• Self Confidence. The program fosters growth in self-confidence through the home
exercises and in-group coaching that constitutes most of what happens in the latter part of
the program. Caregivers will enhance their skills and confidence through various
exercises.
• Self-Valuing. Ways to appreciate the work and worth of caregiving
o Being clear about the caregiving role (motives), stating the objectives (what they hope
to accomplish), and pinpointing the payback (rewards and satisfactions).
o Recognizing the need for self-care – the obligation to themselves and the people for
whom they are providing care to preserve themselves.

Training and Development

 

The Savvy Caregiver program is a unique approach to family caregiver education. This

program has been developed by clinicians and educators who understand that caregiving is in
many ways a form of clinical work, and have tailored the training accordingly. The central
concept is the notion of strategy; throughout the program caregivers are urged to learn,
develop and modify strategies that will be used to accomplish the goal for their particular
caregiving situation. Another main tenant of the program is for the caregiver to integrate a
contented involvement with the person they are caring for into their daily life. The program
presents ideas from many disciplines and sources. Below are the areas of knowledge, skills, and
attitudes that are taught or developed in the program:
�� Information and Knowledge. Because of the complexity of caregiving, the program goes
through many details and scenarios that caregivers face in their journey.
• How to manage a disease that does not improve
• The course of the disease and progressive impact on the person with the disease.
• How to tailor the caregiving strategies to the particular stage of the disease (e.g. beginning,
mid-stage, late-stage).
• Understanding the physical, mental and emotional impact of caregiving,
�� Skills. Caregiving is a complex job and entails many tasks. It is a basic premise of the Savvy
Caregiver program that few family caregivers have received any training for the work they
do as caregivers. Since the principal task of the family caregiver is to manage day-to-day life
with the person, these are the skills on which the program focuses. In particular, the
program is designed to develop the following skills:
• How to take into account the person’s disease-produced losses in the manner in which
they interact with the person.
• How to take the person’s disease stage into account in caregiving.
• How to help the person become and remain involved in daily tasks and activities that
allow the person to be contented throughout the day.
Bold new program for
Alzheimer’s family caregivers.
savvy caregiver training program
professional-level training for the non-professional
The program also provides instruction in:
• Important self-care skills – especially those related to understanding and managing
caregivers’ own feelings.
• Skills for making decisions as they continue their caregiving journey.
• Skills for navigating family issues that come up while providing care.
�� Outlook or Attitude. The program aims to foster an increased sense of individual mastery in
caregiving. There are at least three areas of attitude that the program tries to affect:
• Objectivity: ways to become less emotionally involved – at least when caregiving
problems need to be solved – and more clinically detached, and how this benefits
everyone involved.
o We show them how to become more analytic and experimental in caregiving.
o We show them how to step back from the person and the situation and to examine –
objectively and dispassionately – just what they are seeing.
o We want them to be able to put that observation together with other knowledge
gained from the program to be able to create a plan that includes steps and tools to
help them better manage the daily care of themselves and their family members.
• Self Confidence. The program fosters growth in self-confidence through the home
exercises and in-group coaching that constitutes most of what happens in the latter part of
the program. Caregivers will enhance their skills and confidence through various
exercises.
• Self-Valuing. Ways to appreciate the work and worth of caregiving
o Being clear about the caregiving role (motives), stating the objectives (what they hope
to accomplish), and pinpointing the payback (rewards and satisfactions).
o Recognizing the need for self-care – the obligation to themselves and the people for
whom they are providing care to preserve themselves.

Our topmost priority in the conduct of our care are to provide safety and enhance the lives of those in our care, this can be achieved through the concerted efforts of the company and the caregivers which can be widely achieved through fostering correct behaviors and care procedures that are relevant and called for in the actual scenario where caregivers are our main link. As such training and development are geared in enhancing our caregivers knowhow in basic nursing care, decision making skills,  values formation, personality development and company care system.

The Savvy Caregiver program is a unique approach to family caregiver education. This
program has been developed by clinicians and educators who understand that caregiving is in
many ways a form of clinical work, and have tailored the training accordingly. The central
concept is the notion of strategy; throughout the program caregivers are urged to learn,
develop and modify strategies that will be used to accomplish the goal for their particular
caregiving situation. Another main tenant of the program is for the caregiver to integrate a
contented involvement with the person they are caring for into their daily life. The program
presents ideas from many disciplines and sources. Below are the areas of knowledge, skills, and
attitudes that are taught or developed in the program:
�� Information and Knowledge. Because of the complexity of caregiving, the program goes
through many details and scenarios that caregivers face in their journey.
• How to manage a disease that does not improve
• The course of the disease and progressive impact on the person with the disease.
• How to tailor the caregiving strategies to the particular stage of the disease (e.g. beginning,
mid-stage, late-stage).
• Understanding the physical, mental and emotional impact of caregiving,
�� Skills. Caregiving is a complex job and entails many tasks. It is a basic premise of the Savvy
Caregiver program that few family caregivers have received any training for the work they
do as caregivers. Since the principal task of the family caregiver is to manage day-to-day life
with the person, these are the skills on which the program focuses. In particular, the
program is designed to develop the following skills:
• How to take into account the person’s disease-produced losses in the manner in which
they interact with the person.
• How to take the person’s disease stage into account in caregiving.
• How to help the person become and remain involved in daily tasks and activities that
allow the person to be contented throughout the day.
Bold new program for
Alzheimer’s family caregivers.
savvy caregiver training program
professional-level training for the non-professional
The program also provides instruction in:
• Important self-care skills – especially those related to understanding and managing
caregivers’ own feelings.
• Skills for making decisions as they continue their caregiving journey.
• Skills for navigating family issues that come up while providing care.
�� Outlook or Attitude. The program aims to foster an increased sense of individual mastery in
caregiving. There are at least three areas of attitude that the program tries to affect:
• Objectivity: ways to become less emotionally involved – at least when caregiving
problems need to be solved – and more clinically detached, and how this benefits
everyone involved.
o We show them how to become more analytic and experimental in caregiving.
o We show them how to step back from the person and the situation and to examine –
objectively and dispassionately – just what they are seeing.
o We want them to be able to put that observation together with other knowledge
gained from the program to be able to create a plan that includes steps and tools to
help them better manage the daily care of themselves and their family members.
• Self Confidence. The program fosters growth in self-confidence through the home
exercises and in-group coaching that constitutes most of what happens in the latter part of
the program. Caregivers will enhance their skills and confidence through various
exercises.
• Self-Valuing. Ways to appreciate the work and worth of caregiving
o Being clear about the caregiving role (motives), stating the objectives (what they hope
to accomplish), and pinpointing the payback (rewards and satisfactions).
o Recognizing the need for self-care – the obligation to themselves and the people for
whom they are providing care to preserve themselves.