As we continue to grow and provide more and more seniors in the Roanoke Valley with home care services, the need became apparent to find a new location that can accommodate our growing staff. Luckily we found the perfect location in the heart of downtown Roanoke just steps from the Farmer's Market, Center in the Square, The Taubman Museum of Art, Hotel Roanoke, and more.
We are not medical but we are extremely important to the quality of life of our clients. We are looking for "caregiver" personalities. A volunteer background is just as good as CNA experience to us. People with customer service backgrounds are also welcome to apply. Our caregivers are honest, mature, possess a strong work ethic, good judgment skills, patience, understand the frailties of aging, and are able to work unattended. Our job is unbelievably rewarding and personally satisfying. I am happy to train the right person. If you live in the Roanoke, VA area and you "love old people" you will love this job!
During another weekly concert, more residents attended the performance by Michelle Belton and Todd Basham, who sounds similar to Johnny Cash. "I know you like country music," Belton said to a resident who was wearing a West Virginia shirt. He said no and that his girlfriend makes him wear the shirt.
Companion Home Care accepts payment via private pay and Long-term Care Insurance. Long-term Care Insurance is insurance that helps pay for the cost of long-term care. Long-term care insurance covers care generally not covered by health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid. Companion Home Care Inc of Roanoke, VA is a preferred provider of many Long-term Care Insurance (LTC) plans including John Hancock, Ben Franklin, Conseco, Bankers Life, Pennsylvania Life, and others.
In 2004, she opened Companion Home Care Inc in a small business incubator. I “decided to narrow my focus from not just ‘non-medical’ help with daily living for seniors to a specialty in understanding dementia and Alzheimer’s.” She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner, “which gives me a group of like-minded individuals belonging to the [national association] to help further my mission in this disease.”