Our job is to provide safety for your loved one AND make your life easier. Our service can be customized to fit your needs and preferences, so we spend a significant portion of time asking questions and listening. We want to know it all: your hopes for your loved one, your fears, perhaps the family’s frustration or exhaustion, or maybe the reluctance. We also will thoroughly examine the home environment for health risks, such as fall and fire hazards. All of these things give us a nuanced picture of the situation and give us opportunities to discover and solve the obvious and not-so-obvious problems.
Step 1: Whether You Are Ready to Make a Decision or Not, Call Us.
There are several ways to contact us. Call (941-893-0346), Text(941-893-0346), email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or fill out the contact us page.
**A note from the owner, Jason Close** If you are reluctant or shy, I understand. Honestly though, I would like to hear from you…even if you aren’t ready to make a decision yet. One of the perks of this business is I get to talk with interesting people, learn about their situations, and give them information that may help improve their quality and length of life. So call me at 941-893-0346.
Step 2: Phone or Video Assessment
The initial assessment is an information-gathering session. In order to work together, we need to know about each other. We will ask you about your needs and wants AND will give you information about how our company works. I’m sure you will have questions too, and we will take the time to answer them.
Step 3: Meeting at the Service Location
During the initial phone/video call, we will schedule a site visit at the service location. The goals of this meeting are threefold:
- I will personally meet with the person needing care and any decision-makers.
- Confirm, Discover- You Get A FREE GIFT.
As a Senior Home Safety Specialist, I typically charge $200 for a Home Safety Assessment. I want your loved one safe, so I am performing the inspection for FREE. The inspection includes a thorough fall hazard assessment and fire hazard assessment. After the inspection, there may be recommendations for modifications to make the home safer. Never fear, most modifications are low-dollar items but can make a huge improvement in the safety of your loved one.
- Agree on service terms and start date- If we agree to begin service, a contract will be signed which lays out the terms of service. The contract is non-binding and the agreement can end at any time.