How do you determine what services are
needed in the home?
Assisting Hands Home Care recognizes that
individuals have different needs and requirements and
those needs are constantly evolving. When we get
a call, we listen. Communication is key. Our clients
want to be as independent as possible, so after we
have a good understanding of the clients’ needs, we
help with that goal by providing a wide range of nonmedical and personal care services: companionship,
transportation to medical appointments, errands and
shopping, meal preparation, light housekeeping,
bathing and personal grooming.
These services may be needed on a temporary
or long-term basis, a few hours a week or 24/7. We
work with clients and their loved ones to develop
flexible and customized support programs to assist
with daily living. Our clients include those wishing
to age in place, surgical recovery, dementia care and
patient advocacy in a facility.
How do you choose the caregiver?
Our caregivers are the heart of Assisting Hands
Potomac. Each caregiver is an employee, not a
contractor. We screen and train each prospective
employee. Our caregivers are state licensed Certified
Nurse Aides and specifically trained to provide in-home care. All the caregivers are bonded, insured,
certified in CPR and receive national, state and local
background and motor vehicle checks.
Based on conversations with the prospective client
and family, we select the caregiver that best meets
their needs based upon their skills and personality.
We take pride in finding the right caregiver for each
unique situation. If ever a caregiver is not the exact
right fit, we gladly make a change so that everyone is
Steve and Cathy
OWNER, CERTIFIED SENIOR ADVISOR,
ASSISTING HANDS HOME CARE
4853 Cordell Ave., Suite PH 10-A
Bethesda, MD 20814
www.assistinghands.com/potomac H E A T H E