Entrusting a loved one to a caregiver is an act of faith. You need to know that your caregiver will not only offer medical support to your loved one, but also kindness and care needed to bolster their emotional health. When choosing a company, it’s important to consider how that company can foster emotional and physical care for your loved one.
At Capital City Nurses, we emphasize care by hiring only the most dedicated health care providers to work with and for us.
“Many of us thought we knew most of it, but I was surprised to find out that we still have to learn going forward,” Shirley Clarke, one of our company’s newest hires, said about the training Capital City requires for all employees. The training goes above and beyond typical caregiving requirements, allowing us to guarantee that our staff offers the best care possible for you and your loved ones.
A focus on conscientious care above all else is what sets Capital City apart. Our founder, Susan Rodgers, began the company with an eye toward giving clients peace of mind.
“Before accepting a caregiver at Capital City Nurses, I ask myself, ‘Would I want this person caring for my mother or father?’” explains Rodgers. “Only if the answer is “Yes” do I register the applicant.”
This focus on cultivating the best staff for our clients has carried over to our newest venture, The Cottage at Curry Manor. To offer our tenants a refined residential living experience, we hand select every staff member with an eye toward their ability to physically and emotionally support our residents.
At Capital City, we know that inviting a caregiver into your home is an act of trust and we want both you and your loved one to feel peace of mind while we’re working with you.
“I am not a Caregiver for the money,” explains Clarke. “I do enjoy the service I provide and hope that those receiving it feel the same when coming into contact with me.”