At Lakeshore Home Health Care Services, we have developed an after hour’s service that we feel is “second to none” in response time and in providing the services our client’s request. Our clerical, nursing and support staff are available, and on call twenty four hours a day, seven days a week to meet any emergencies and unexpected situations.
We pride ourselves on the quality of care we deliver to our clients, whether it is in home health care or staff education and training services.
Lakeshore Home Health Care makes every effort to guarantee that our health care professionals have the training, experience, and qualifications to provide the services that our clients depend on us to provide. We deliver comprehensive and compassionate senior and pediatric care services right to your loved one’s home. Whether a few hours a day or long-term care 24 hours a day, Lakeshore can assist you. All of our caregivers are thoroughly screened, extensively trained, insured and bonded, matched to your preferences, professional and reliable.
Meet and Greets
Our clients always have an opportunity to meet their caregiver before services start. We will never send someone into your home if you are not comfortable with them. We will do our best in finding the perfect fit for you and your loved one.
Caregivers are competency evaluated and skills assessed.
All staff are CPR certified and may have specialty credentials in his/her specific area of interest. All nurses are trained and skill checked on any necessary medical equipment (i.e. ventilators, dialysis pumps, etc.).
All employees are screened through a comprehensive background check:
– Criminal history clearance
– Past employment
– Personal references
– Verification of certification and/or licensure
Our staff will work with benefit providers, hospital discharge planners, family members and clients to arrange family-centered home health care services individualized to meet the client’s specific needs. Lakeshore clerical, nursing and support staff are available and on call twenty four hours a day, seven days a week to meet any emergencies and unexpected situations.
We had a client that hospice was eventually called in for. The family decided to keep our home health aide coming in as well because their mom loved her aide. Our aide went in once a week and every time the aide was there the client smiled, ate all her food (and even asked for more), talked, and always asked if her birds had been fed that day. The bond that was built between the client and the aide encouraged the client to keep fighting and the aide made sure she kept up her strength.
It's stories like that, which make me glad to be working for Lakeshore. I get to see firsthand how caring our employees are and how each of them will go the extra mile for their clients. They keep them going, make them laugh, and make sure their overall health is strong. I would let any of them care for my loved ones.
~ Jennifer Haswell
It is an important part of Lakeshore’s culture to create successful relationships with our caregivers, clients and client agencies by identifying and serving their needs. We make every effort to ensure that our health care professionals have the training, experience and the qualifications to provide the services that our clients depend on us to provide.
This is evident in our ongoing efforts to assess and refine all management, clinical, training and support processes. Learn more about our process and what to expect when you call us.
We take the role of being a good employer, a good neighbor, and an engaged and active member of the community to heart. Our team recognizes the value of a healthy, strong and safe community and works to maintain these goals through financial contributions as well as volunteering in charitable causes.
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We pride ourselves in the quality of service we provide our clients and are looking for motivated, trustworthy and compassionate people. If you’re interested in working for Lakeshore, please fill out our application and bring it to one of our offices or mail it to an office. You can also call us to talk about specific job openings and your availability.
We require all of our employees to have a current drivers license or picture ID, social security card, pass a thorough background check, 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, CPR certified within 30 days of hire, and to complete training which is done in the office within 30 days of being hired.