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Patients: Helpful Tips On How To Keep Your Caregivers

Patients: Helpful Tips On How To Keep Your Caregivers

Finding yourself a good caregiver is such a blessing. Considering the rampant news and social media posts that we see around about abusive caregivers causing physical and emotional damage to their patients, finding a rare gem in a shore full of pebbles is considered great luck.

That is why our advice to patients who are fortunate enough to find a great care provider is to try their best to keep them for good, or at least for the longest time possible. We know that if a caregiver performs well, it will not be difficult for her to look for another job because she can easily bank on her skills and attitude to get a new one. Thus, keeping her happy and satisfied under your territory is the key to not make her want to go elsewhere.

As a provider of Personal Care Services in the Greater Scottsdale, Phoenix AZ, Home With Help knows more about care providers than anybody else. Thus, we share with you some tips on how you can keep for yourself the great caregiver that you have found.

  • Make them understand what you require from them.

    Great caregivers are wary on how they perform. Thus, it is important that you let them know, from the beginning, what you require out of them. You have to detailedly specify the things that you would want her to accomplish and in what way do you want her to accomplish them. This way, she can have something to measure her success upon. This works both ways since establishing clear rules and guidelines help caregivers to satisfy patients all the more.

  • Give them ample time to adjust.

    Caregivers, like anybody else, need time to adapt to changes. So, if your caregiver is basically new, give her enough consideration for the time that she is trying to fit herself into the shoes you have given her. If your caregiver is really great, she is sure to possess the right attitude needed to adjust to any new situation or any new demand. The key here is to give her time to understand and become the great caregiver that you want her to be.

  • Show them gratitude.

    Whether they have been with you for a short or long time, never grow out of the habit of thanking them for the good things that they have done. We know that they are actually doing you the service out of duty but the extra mile that they go to just to provide you with the specific things that you need is already worth praising for. Remember that a simple pat on the shoulder, a smile, or friendly gesture is your most effective way of incentivizing them for their effort without spending anything from your pocket.

  • Understand that they have needs, too.

    Caregivers are also humans. They have physical, social, and emotional needs, too. So it is important that you make sure that these needs are met while they are under you. The most basic requirements would be feeding them, giving them time for personal errands, and allowing them to respite periodically. If they find that these things are well provided under your roof, they will not seek them in somebody else’s.

  • Give back the care to them.

    It is highly important that you treat your caregivers with respect and care that you would give to your parents or your children. Since they are providing care to you as if you are family, it is just fair to treat them back as if they are also part of the kin. When they feel valued, they are sure to stay where their worth is appreciated.

This list can actually go on but we would like to start with the basics. If you have fully mastered these four, then we are pretty confident that you are sure to keep that treasure that you have found. Then, by that time, perhaps we will share more tips on another blog.

If you have your own caregiver-keeping tips, please do not hesitate to share them with us.


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