Frequently Asked Questions
World of Wellness Home Care has provided a list of frequently asked questions that we hope will assist you in your research. If you don’t see a question that you have answered here, click on the ‘ask a different question’ button and submit one via our contact form.
What is World of Wellness Home Care known for?
We are known for providing respectful, compassionate and empowering non-medical care to seniors and clients with disabilities, by supporting their dignity, encouraging their independence and appreciating their uniqueness as they remain in the comfort of their own home. We have a proven record of providing top quality care since 2012 to clients with different needs and backgrounds. Our specially trained caregivers are selected and supervised by experienced non-medical care professionals.
How is non-medical home care different from home healthcare?
Non-medical home care is about sustaining and maintaining a client’s quality of life in their home – keeping them safe and comfortable. Home healthcare is skilled care provided by healthcare professionals to help someone get healthy while at home. It comes after a doctor’s visit or hospital stay.
How long does home care last?
There is no set length of time for home care—it can vary greatly based on a person’s unique care needs. Some home care services may last for a few weeks, while others may be lifelong.
Does the non-medical caregiver ever work with skilled healthcare providers?
There are times when our caregivers work as a team with skilled care providers from another agency in carrying out their duties.
What quality control does World of Wellness Home Care maintain?
World of Wellness Home Care is a fully bonded and insured non-medical home care agency that is licensed by the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Care provided follows a detailed care plan that is the result of a comprehensive in-home care needs assessment conducted by a registered nurse who specializes in non-medical in-home care. Each care plan is reviewed weekly to ensure duties are completed to the client’s satisfaction.
How do people pay for home care?
This varies from situation to situation. Some services may be covered by long-term care insurance or Medicaid. Payment may also be paid by major credit cards or personal checks.
How do I get in touch with someone who can respond to any other questions?
The following telephone number is answered 24/7 every day: 303.780.7339.