Care Givers of Arizona
"Care Givers of Arizona has done an excellent job in providing care for my father, as well as service to me and my brother in our attempt to make his life as pleasant and comfortable as possible. Once again, thank you and your staff for all the things, both large and small, that you have done for my father and me."
-D. Ross, Michigan
"We know that without Care Givers of Arizona helping us with our insurance and obtaining the necessary services for Diana, she would not be here today."
-J. Taylor, Arizona
Need a caregiver? Call us today to find out how we can help find the perfect caregiver for you. 602-277-4142
Director of Services
Director of Operations
Care Givers of Arizona strives to enrich the quality of lives of those we serve by being compassionate and understanding. We take the time to get to know our members and their needs so that we can support them most effectively.
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ALL EMPLOYEES ARE FINGERPRINTED, CPR CERTIFIED, FIRST AIDE CERTIFIED, GIVEN A GOVERNMENT CLEARANCE CARD, VERIFIED WORK REFERENCES AND PERSONAL REFERENCES
HighTech Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses: These highly skilled nurses have extensive training in high tech equipment and experience with critical care clients.
Registered Nurse: Graduates of an accredited nursing school. They are registered and licensed by the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Job description includes implementation of doctor's orders, patient assessments, administer medication, assist client with prescribed physical therapy exercises, create patient care plans, supervise other health care professionals, perform skilled nursing techniques, and maintain legal medical records.
Licensed Practical Nurse: Graduates of an accredited nursing school. They are licensed by the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Job description includes following through with patient care plan, perform prescribed physical therapy exercises, administer medication, perform skilled nursing techniques, and maintain legal medical records.
Registered Certified Nursing Assistant: Graduates from an accredited nursing assistant program. They are registered with the Arizona State Board of Nursing. Job description includes assisting with all aspects of activities of daily living, range of motion physical therapy, housekeeping, meal preparation, transportation, companionship, taking of vital signs and report changes to supervising RN. The RCNA assists with more complex situations than the HHA due to training.
Home Health Assistant: Assists with ALL aspects of activities of daily living, range of motion, light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, transportation, companionship, taking of vital signs, monitors changes in client's condition and reports changes to supervising RN.
Homemaker/Companion: Provides companionship, household cleaning, meal preparation and clean up, laundry, runs errands, and supervises basic hygiene.
Child Care Provider: Provides quality and trusted in home child care.
Live-In: This encompasses a Home Health Assistant's responsibilities, but on a daily basis. This live-in arrangement is based on a 24-hour day, of which the Assistant works 8 hours, is on call 8 hours, and sleeps 8 hours. This Assistant is required to stay with the client at all times unless otherwise specified.
For more than 20 years, Care Givers of Arizona has devoted its energy to passionately advocating and caring for those who need assistance in living independently. We strive to focus on strengthening the abilities of those we serve.
Care Givers of Arizona has been serving clients valley wide for more than 25 years. We know what it takes to provide the best care to our clients and the most comprehensive training to our staff.
We're here because we care!
At Care Givers of Arizona, we take great pride in addressing all of our member's needs. We help with all areas of independent living such as meal prep, bathing and hygiene, shopping, appointment setting and tracking, transportation and much much more!