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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is responsible for paying  caregiver?

All Atlanta’s Best Home Nursing Care caregivers are hired and paid directly by ABHNC so you don’t have to worry about state and federal employment taxes. For your protection, all of our caregivers are insured and those who handle client funds are bonded.

We can provide services for as little as two hours a day to full time live-in services. You/your family decide what will best meet your needs.

Suppose we no longer need services. Are we obligated to a contract?

You have the option of refusing or discontinuing services at any time. You are only billed for the services your loved one receives.

How do we get started to receive home services?

Our Registered Nurse Supervisor will telephone you to schedule an intake assessment at no charge to you. She will conduct a nursing assessment of the client and get a medical history, including current medications and treatments in progress. This assessment can take place wherever your loved one currently resides – in the home, hospital, nursing home or assisted living facility. Moreover, in consultation with you, she will develop an individualized care plan for your loved one, explain our contract and arrange your schedule of services.

How do you hire your caregivers? How do we know that your caregiver is well-trained and of good character?

All caregivers are carefully screened. We conduct criminal background checks, check references carefully, verify all credentials, personality test, interview and observe for good nursing skills. Finally, we ask ourselves the most important question of all: Would we allow this person to care for our loved ones? We must be able to answer “YES” before we send them out to care for your loved one.

  • Bathing, dressing and grooming assistance
  • Cooking, serving of meals, assistance with eating
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry and bed linens changed
  • Grocery shopping and errands
  • Accompany to appointments
  • Report status to family
  • Medication reminders