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  • A
    Comfort Care Hospice
    The nurse, aid, Chaplan, and social worker was awesome. The aid bathed her 5 days a week. The nurse made sure her medications were ordered. The social worker assisted with all the emotional needs and Chaplan was there with great prayer, for and with family.  

    To top it off, the aid even attended her funeral, which was so nice and surprising to the family. They are awesome people that do an awesome job.
    - Felicia C.
  • A
    First Class Caregivers Inc
    First Class Caregivers is providing ongoing in-home care for our elderly parents. The experience has been extremely positive and Judy, in particular, is always available and willing to help.
    I would highly recommend them!!
    - Caroline H.
  • A
    Angel Care Team LLC
    It went as well or better than one would hope for.  I arranged for care with the owner of Angel Care.  She always arrived promptly. If she could not be there for a particular shift, she sent someone from her staff to replace her and the replacement was vetted and also excellent. She kept copious notes of what had occurred during the shift, and, as I noted above, was alert, kind, knowledgeable, and professional. My husband loved her, as did I.
    - Hanne K.
  • A
    Grace Hospice
    They made him very peaceful (in his case without drugs) and gave much comfort to the family.  He died quietly, while his daughter was reading quietly to him.  I think there are many good hospice providers.  This group was really great.
    - Donald S.
  • A
    Aids for Recovery

    If you are looking for a place to purchase motorized medical supplies in the Dallas Area, you cannot do better than Aids for Recovery on Gus Thomasson  Rd in Dallas Texas.   .

    The service was more than Wonderful! Cindy went way beyond the call of duty.

    My husband was unable to go into the showroom to try out a chair. Cindy sent two to our home for him to try. The first one he tried was gorgeous and plush , and  we kept it...but after a few hours  I found that It just would not work for him as it was over stuffed and his arms would not reach over the arms of the chair, since he cannot use his right arm much...So. Cindy had them bring back the only other zero gravity chair in the showroom the next day and take the first one back.. 

    These chairs are designed to fit a person by height and weight, so when I tested it out for my husband it did not work smoothly, Once again the service men came out and tested the chair to make sure it was ok.

    They spent a lot of time at our home and  explained that it was not going to work properly, or sound right with me on it...And sure enough, when my husband sat on it again. I did not hear the clicking noise and the leg extension worked properly.

    The person who is going to be using these chairs has to be the one to test the chair.!

    Cindy called several times to make sure the chair was working for my husband.

    Since my husband is on Hospice, we did not have to pay taxes on the chair, but our nurse forgot to fax the prescription form the Dr to Aids for Recovery and Cindy could not have been nicer or more patient about it.

    We finally got the prescription faxed to her after about 5 days.

    You can buy good products at a lot of places, but you cannot find excellent service at very many places.  You certainly can and will at Aids For Recovery. Ask for Cindy. 

    - Ruth D.
  • A
    Home Instead Senior Care
    We met with Home Instead personal and discussed all their possible options for care. We decided that they would pick my wife up from dialysis each of the three days I would be gone and stay with her for three hours to make sure she was doing well before leaving. My wife is able to take care of herself, but sometimes after dialysis she has low blood pressure issues. The helpers would pick her up, take her to get something to eat, and then stay with her until the 3 hours were up. While waiting at home with her, they also cleaned the kitchen and did other small chores. I will use them again. They also have other options (a 10 hour stay and a over night stay).
    - Jim P.
  • F
    Gwen's Caregiver Services
    I would be very careful inviting her into the home as a caregiver. She appeared overly friendly with an aggressive edge. She seems more interested in gain rather than giving help. Gave no notice.
    - Vicki E.
  • A
    101 Mobility of Dallas
    We called Jennifer and she arranged for their 101 Mobility technician to meet us at the shopping mall. He changed out the switch and we have not had a problem since. By the time we completed our visit at the shopping mall the lift was corrected with no inconvenience to us.
    - Donald M.
  • C
    While there are some great aspects to using Carefamily-the client being personally active in the interview process, caregivers are paid a better rate, there are some disadvantages. Carefamily doesn´t personally know their caregivers and I found there wasn´t enough communication with them on their part. We liked the caregiver we found but she didn´t remember how Carefamily worked with timing her hours, billing, etc and in the end she ended up taking another job which had more hours, even though we had given her 32 hrs/wk. I feel if Carefamily would have been more involved with her, it would not have been such a surprise to us. Carefamily did tell me they tried to reach her, but because the caregivers I guess don´t view them as their employer, they don´t feel accountable to them. While they do take care of the taxes, it is somewhat of a hassle to set up, and when we discovered our caregiver was taking another job, the whole process seemed like a waste of time. Yes, an agency can be more expensive, but they are actively involved with their caregivers, they know how families rate them, and good agencies are in constant communication with them. Another thing to improve upon-when I requested interview requests, some caregivers didn´t even respond. While they may have had a job, it´s only professional that they should respond. Carefamily did try to reach them, but even then we would´t hear anything back. Again, maybe the caregivers don´t feel accountable to Carefamily since they are not the employer. I think if Carefamily was more involved with their caregivers, this would´t happen. The positives about care family are they are insured and bonded, more affordable, and do background checks although I don´t know how frequently. They were pleasant on the phone and were helpful in explaining things. All in all, the management of the caregivers comes more from the client than Carefamily.
    - Marek A.
  • F
    The medical equipment I purchased from Medtronics is not working. They never could get it set right. And think some of it is because of a screw-up in the operating room. The Medtronics tech was in a hurry and told them to close me up. So, now, I have to go back and have it out and have another back surgery. Medtronics has been very unwilling to help me with or even discuss with me that they're might be something wrong with their devise. So, if anyone else is thinking about getting a Medtronics implant, because they do diabetes and pain medication equipment, they have all kinds of stuff. There's a lot of stuff out there that's made by them.
    - NICKI J.
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