Syracuse Home Care is happy to announce that we’ve restarted services. In light of this
re-opening, we have taken steps to ensure the safest possible transition. We have developed policies based on NYS and CDC guidelines for our caregivers.
Before departing to start any shift, employees (until further notice):
-are required to take temperature
-must notify Caregiver Supervisor and document in a log
-who have a reading above 99.4 degrees Fahrenheit will be called off their shift
-who exhibit cough, cold and/or flu-like symptoms must not report for duty
Before resuming services, employees will have received training in hand washing. This will extend to new hires.
-demonstration as alternative
-provide hand sanitizer
Employees are required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) until further notice
-receive training in how to don & doff mask appropriately through video (demonstration as alternative)
-be provided 2 masks for each employee
-instruction in caring for mask through video (demonstration as alternative)
-provide plastic bags for storing
Educate on keeping surfaces clean and disinfected through video (verbally as alternative)
-counter tops, door knobs
-personal vehicle (steering wheel, shift levers/knobs, controls such as radio, wiper, etc.)
Thank you for your patience and understanding over the past few months and for placing your trust in Syracuse Home Care. We look forward to continuing to serve your home care needs.Syracuse Home Care hopes the best for you, your loved ones and your family.
Don Reeve, RN
President, Syracuse Home Care
Who is Syracuse Home Care?
We offer consistent, compassionate, non-medical in-home and companion care for you and your loved ones.
Syracuse Home Care provides high quality services for seniors and others. We offer a wide range of services for senior citizens to help them stay in their homes. But we can also help out busy adults — professionals, new parents or people coping with an illness — who need extra help around the house.
Syracuse Home Care employs friendly and reliable people. Our staff is experienced, dependable and responsible. Employees are screened and undergo a background check.
Once a caregiver is matched with a client, he or she remains the client’s caregiver for the duration of service.
Syracuse Home Care does not require a minimum number of service days per week. Our only requirement is a minimum of two hours per visit. This allows clients to dictate the budget, schedule and services they need.
Syracuse Home Care is locally owned and operated. It is not a franchise or linked to a national corporation. We are a grassroots small business owned and operated by a congregation of your neighbors. Our caregivers are members of your community, and our office is located in the church and community center of Robinson Elmwood United Church in Westvale.
Syracuse Home Care is affiliated with Robinson Elmwood United Church. Free pastoral counseling as well as programs for Seniors are available. Please visit www.robinsonmem.org for more information about these services.
Syracuse Home Care is reasonably priced. Let us tailor a service package to fit your budget.
Contact us today for a free initial consultation. Set an appointment and we will work with you and your family to establish a care plan that meets your needs. Syracuse Home Care is here to help.
Experience the difference with Syracuse Home Care today. We enjoy helping others.
Thank you for choosing Syracuse Home Care!