Become a Home Care Provider to Our Veterans

WELCOME Home Care Providers

Our director and founder, Patricia Young, was a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and has devoted over ten years of her life to caring for the elderly. She understands the importance of this essential service and the responsibilities that care providers encounter every day. We care about our caretakers and always ensure they are safe and happy when assisting our clients. 

How Do I Become a Home Care Provider?

 

Are you a care provider, housekeeper, landscaper, driver, or do you provide any service that can be of assistance to our Veterans and their families? Are you looking to expand your client base? With U.S. Veteran Care Services, we will align you with Veterans looking for exactly what you offer. Just fill out the form below.

The services we provide include:
  • Companionship

  • Meal preparation/feeding

  • Laundry

  • Light housekeeping

  • Grocery shopping/errands

  • Transportation

  • Medication reminders

  • Bathing/hygiene/grooming

  • Sanitizing and Cleaning

  • Yard Care

  • Home and Appliance care

If you are interested in becoming a part of this amazing opportunity please fill out the form below or send your resume to info@usveterancareservices.com.

 
How to Handle Care During COVID 19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Take everyday precautions: 

Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

Take everyday preventive actions:

  • Clean your hands often

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing, or having been in a public place.

  • If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

  • Avoid touching high-touch surfaces in public places, such as elevator buttons, door handles, handrails, handshaking with people, etc. Use a tissue or your sleeve to cover your hand or finger if you must touch something.

    Wash your hands after touching surfaces in public places.

  • Avoid touching your face, nose, eyes, etc.

  • Clean and disinfect your home to remove germs: practice routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces (for example tables, doorknobs, light switches, handles, desks, toilets, faucets, sinks & cell phones)

  • Avoid crowds, especially in poorly ventilated spaces. Your risk of exposure to respiratory viruses like COVID-19 may increase in crowded, closed-in settings with little air circulation if there are people in the crowd who are sick.

  • Avoid all non-essential travel, including plane trips, and especially avoid embarking on cruise ships.

Family and caregiver support:
 

  • Know what medications your loved one is taking and see if you can help them have extra on hand.

  • Monitor food and other medical supplies (oxygen, incontinence, dialysis, wound care) needed and create a back-up plan.

  • Stock up on non-perishable food to have on hand in your home to minimize trips to stores.

  • If you care for a loved one living in a care facility, monitor the situation, ask about the health of the other residents frequently, and know the protocol if there is an outbreak.

Our mission is to provide a safe, healthy, and happy environment for both our veterans and care providers. 
Are you the right provider for Veterans nationwide? Apply today and serve your community

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