What a Difference a Caregiver Makes

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What a Difference a Caregiver Makes

No matter how many fancy features a residential home might include, the real way a residential care home differentiates itself with its caregivers. So before you choose a home for your loved one simply because it looks good on the surface, look a little deeper to what really matters most


When an elderly individual moves into a residential care home, it’s not uncommon for them to feel a wide range of emotions. One of the most common feelings is that of abandonment.

That’s where a comforting caregiver can be an incredible asset to both a family and a resident. Our  kind and compassionate team members know just how to comfort your loved one as if they were a part of our extended family. No matter what time of day, our caregivers are ready to offer the care and comfort that’s needed.


Residents frequently experience anxiety when transitioning into a residential senior care home. This sudden change alters their lives, which would anyone to feel a significant amount of unrest.

Our caregivers understand this fear, and we have become quite adept at calming nerves and alleviating anxiety for the individuals in our care. We employ trained professionals who know just what to say and do when certain situations seem inconsolable.


Although some homes may have comforting and compassionate caregivers, we take it one step further. Did you know that our homes maintain two full-time caregivers for every six residents in an effort to provide the personalized care your loved one deserves at all times?

When your parent or loved one moves into a residential care home | the last thing you want is for them to have to wait for assistance. That’s why we aim to provide better relationships to provide the most optimal care for all our residents.
We know that it’s not only about the place, it’s also about the people who provide the care. At CareAgape Senior Homes, we put the care of our residents first, and our caregivers help us do exactly that. For more information on our services and our locations, give us a call at (714) 646-6750 or visit us online today.