I’m excited to announce that English Rose is expanding its signature caregiving across the Twin Cities Metro. Our new Home Health Care services are for clients seeking an elevated level of care and service in the comfort of their own homes.
English Rose Home Health Care is overseen by Mia Lee, RMA, who joins us with 30+ years of healthcare experience, having operated her own home healthcare agency for the last three years. The two of us met when one of Mia’s clients transitioned into an English Rose Suite. Her appreciation for the role relationships play in good caregiving was so aligned with the English Rose philosophy, that I knew right away we needed to add her gifts to our leadership team.
Many people want to live in the comfort of their own homes for as long as possible. But the coordination of care can get complicated, especially when caregivers miss shifts or need personal time off. Families who partner with English Rose, however, have a dedicated Care Manager and Registered Nurse overseeing all scheduled services. Whether that’s a handful of companion hours each week or 24/7 care for complex medical conditions, English Rose will design a highly-personalized no-hassle solution that can be easily adjusted with just one call, text, or email.
Our amazing team of compassionate and professional caregivers are all employees who are vetted, trained, licensed, insured, bonded, and overseen by Stephanie Card, RN, Director of Health Services. They benefit from the same certification program as caregivers who work in our English Rose Suites – more than 40+ hours of classroom and field training in topics such as aging, dementia, holistic health, nutrition, safety, and more. The foundation of an English Rose Caregiver, however, is their ability to build meaningful relationships with clients. We “hire for heart,” because you can’t teach love. The quality of caregivers is what differentiates English Rose from everyone else.
We’ve been helping families navigate change and make informed care decisions for over 25 years. This is especially important when a loved one is living with a progressive disease such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and other complex medical conditions. Whether you’re just beginning to explore care options or managing your own team of caregivers, our stand-alone education, care management, and consultative services are just one phone call away.
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PS. Here is also some helpful information about How to Know When It’s Time to Explore Care Options and how to Start a Long-term Care Conversion.