Providing care and companionship for those in need is a great honor and an enormous responsibility. Each family situation is unique; Town&Country gives thoughtful attention to all your concerns to find the right solutions for you.
For over 25 years we have referred talented, dedicated caregivers to work with families and professionals who recognize the high level of services we and the caregivers we refer offer them and their loved ones.
Town&Country Companion and Nursing Agency, inc. | 545 Fifth Avenue, Suite 825, New York, NY 10017
Tel. 212-921-5588 Fax. 212-819-0185 email@example.com
WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND AS YOU BEGIN THE PROCESS?
Private pay eldercare for an aging or ailing parent, spouse, family member, friend or client.
Care in the comfort and privacy of your home, senior residence, hospital, assisted living, nursing home or rehabilitation facility.
Temporary, long term, live-in, live-out shifts, part-time, companions, hospital sitters, aides and nurses.
Respite for a spouse, adult child or employed caregiver.
A caregiver for someone who denies their need for assistance.
A companion-caregiver for a more active, social individual whether they are senior, elderly, young adults, physically or mentally challenged.
Caregivers who can encourage and facilitate independent living, socialization, stimulation and physical activity.
Assistance with skilled care needs.
Caregivers able to provide stimulation and care for someone less able or homebound.
Caregivers-companions who have cultural interests in opera, theater, music, literature.
Caregivers who drive, who travel.
Caregivers in New York City’s five boroughs: Manhattan, Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island; Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester Counties and the tri-state area.
The stress of being the adult child and “the Sandwich Generation”.
Companion–caregivers who are bi-lingual.
Experienced and skilled caregivers for chronic ailments and conditions such as: Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, diabetes, stroke, neurological, post-surgical, mental and physical disabilities, hearing and vision loss.
Verified references and background information.
Guidelines to assist finding the right caregiver during the hiring process.
Understanding the differences between a licensed employment agency and a licensed homecare agency or home health care agency.
Payroll and benefit issues.
Does long term care insurance, Medicare or Medicaid cover Town&Country referrals.
Referrals to other professional services: geriatric care management for assessments, care plans and/or supervision of caregivers and/or supervision of caregivers, long term care insurance specialists, elder law attorneys, payroll services, physical therapists, and home safety improvement.