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Caregivers - Why Join a Registry?

Finding the right caregiver can be a daunting task for a consumer- particularly in the aftermath of hospitalization or sudden illness. And finding the right client for a caregiver is equally challenging. Creating and placing advertisements , performing rounds of interviews, conducting multiple reference checks and verifying credentials are just some of the steps that a registry will take to ensure you and your client are the perfect match.

In Addition, a Registry Will:

  • Conduct face to face interviews with all registry caregivers, after initial online application is received
  • Keep all caregiver and client information confidential
  • Afford the caregiver and the client the ability to track caregivers services and  via a telephony system administered by Clear Care
  • Afford the client the utilization of an outside bookkeeping service to handle caregiver’s invoicing and compensation checks, as well as generating year end 1099’s
  • Generates Client Service Agreements for each client and their individual caregivers.

    Most Caregivers have found that they are more generously compensated when they belong to a registry as opposed to the Agency Driven Model of Homecare. This generally translates to a higher quality of care services provided to their clients

In a Registry, there is no risk of a caregiver that a client likes being reassigned to another client.

Registries support caregiver entrepreneurship, which also promotes a higher level of professionalism in the service provided.

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Types of Care

Any care you provide will be based on your expressed needs that you will list on the profile that we ask you to fill out. AMAH’s Heart provides independent providers that can cover a wide range of needs, all the way from simple Companion Care to Home Helpers that assist with 1st stage dementia, incontinent care and simple bathing and dressing. We also can provide caregivers to assist with the more intensive care of those with Special Needs as in middle stage dementia, strokes, ambulatory issues, caring for two clients at one time and Hospice Care. AMAH offers short- term Transition Care for those just leaving the hospital and in need of temporary assistance to get back to their regular daily schedule, as well as Respite Care for family members in need of a little time off.


Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide companionship and conversation.
  • Assistance with walking (providing an arm for stabilization) and light exercise.
  • Meal preparation and clean-up of meal related items.
  • Provide appointment and timely reminders.


Primary Responsibilities:

  1. All primary services of companion.
  2. All "hands on" personal care (assistance with bathing, dressing and toileting)
  3. All chore work.
  4. Dementia care (first stages)
  5. Incidental Transportation
  6. Assistance with ambulation and transferring, using appropriate safety gear.
  7. "Light" transfers- ie: gait belt, hands-on, etc. Client has ability to assist in transfer.


Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Challenging behavior management.
  2. Care of two clients at one time.
  3. Hospice Care
  4. Special Situations: Night monitoring, oxygen usage, "heavy" transfer (Hoyer, lift, etc.)

AMAH’s Heart understands that initially the care-giving provider is being used as an alternative to an assisted care facility. Should the need eventually arise for you to seek alternative care, we ask that you give us a much notice as possible, in order to ensure your provider that they will be placed as soon as possible with another client.

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