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J.A.L. Healthcare Corporation

 J.A.L. Transportation Corporation 

The frequency and type of home health visits are based on you or your family members personal plan of care. The Doctor may change the plan of care as necessary, increasing or decreasing the number of visits or services provided, in order to provide you with the best home health care for you or your family's needs. A nurse or therapist will contact you by phone to schedule the first visit. If you’re coming from a hospital or nursing facility, the initial visit will usually happen within 24 hours after you’re discharged to make the transition easier. Medicare pays 100% of the cost of home health care services for eligible patients. Your state’s Medicaid program or your private insurance may also cover home health care. For those spare of the moment needs, you may call our office to inquire about an hourly rate as well.

J.A.L Healthcare & Transportation

"The Caregivers, For The Caregiver"

Excellent care in the comfort of your home

JAL Healthcare & Transportation shall ensure that enrollee's and caregivers have the ability to contact our Agency at any time by calling our office. The On-call coordinator will be available after 4:00pm by calling the main number (901) 623.220. Our Administrative Office hours are: Monday - Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm 

Call: (901) 623-6220

Patience: Home care services offer welcome respite for families who may be overwhelmed with responsibilities or experiencing burn out. Caregiving is not for the faint of heart, and it takes a very special kind of person to choose this line of work as a career. One of the most important qualities to look for in a caregiver is patience—especially when seeking care for a loved one with Alzheimer's or another type of dementia. Ask about a trying experience they had with a previous client and how they handled it. Look for both composure and warmth in their answers.

Communication: Look for someone who has good verbal communication and a positive attitude. Since they will be spending ample amounts of time with your aging loved one, you want them to be able to communicate well with one another, and with you. Your caregiver should assist in keeping your loved one calm and comfortable, while also keeping the lines of communication open with you and your family about any changes in their care plan or condition. Problem-solving is a huge part of providing care for another person and requires perseverance and excellent communication skills.

Professional caregivers provide services in a number of different areas, so make sure you ask for specifics about each candidate's previous caregiving experiences. References are a helpful measure to ask for as well. If your loved one has a preexisting condition, such as dementia or diabetes, make sure that the caregiver you choose has experience working with these conditions. If meal preparation will be a part of their duties, ask them about the kinds of foods they enjoy cooking and if they are familiar with accommodating special dietary restrictions or requests.

What our customers are saying

J.A.L. has compassion: The bond between a patient and their caregiver is very important. Empathy and attentiveness are crucial to fostering a trusting relationship with your loved one. They always inquire as to why the chosen employee chose care giving as a profession. The right caregiver will have a good mix of professionalism and a nurturing, caring nature. I heard them one ask their employee, "what interests they have that can possibly be shared with a client's loved one, such as watching a particular sport or listening to a certain kind of music".? I liked the question because  they would be spending plenty of time together, and shared interests can make visits more enjoyable for both parties.

Current Client:

Destiny Olivia Grace

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