Perfect Homecare is a website dedicated to teaching you how to take care of your loved ones at home, instead of moving them into a care facility.
Caring for your loved ones can be quite challenging at times, but it’s a very rewarding experience. We are glad you have decided to take on this commitment and we’ll help you along the way.
Who are we?
We’re a compassionate family, in our late 20s, who trained to become caregivers because we have a passion that we felt needed to be shared.
I used to work in a factory, and Sarah had a handful of jobs including fast food and retail, but we knew there had to be something more to life. There must be a purpose.
I was working up the ranks in the factory, and was next in line for a lead hand position, but the promotion ended up going to the supervisor’s friend. At the time, I was very disappointed, especially after all the work I put in to get the job, but…
Not getting the promotion was the best thing that happened to me.
I thought long and hard about what I wanted my life to be about. I could continue working a mundane factory job, or I could switch gears and find a career that gave me purpose.
That’s when I decided to enroll in training to become a PSW.
It wasn’t a easy.
I worked full time at the factory, while going to school.
My daily routine consisted of working the midnight shift then go to class, catch 4 hours of sleep, and do it over again. I only got to see Sarah once a week.
When we decided to start Perfect Homecare, our goal was simple:
Share the experience we’ve learned in our career to help others succeed. There’s information all around the web regarding caring for your loved ones, but we wanted to make the best resource on the topic, and I believe our experience and compassion for others will play an important role in that.
This is where Perfect Homecare fits in and why we call ourselves the dynamic duo of patient care.
We want you to use our triumphs and failures to reach your own personal goals. This is why we encourage you to contact us if you have any questions. We want to help you in any way possible.
Why we do what we do
Hint: it’s not about money or appreciation
Our son, Nick, is the primary motivation for everything we do. My wife, Sarah, and I want him to learn and appreciate the effect of helping others.
My wife and I have been helping the elderly for a combination of 10 years … both in homecare and long term care settings.
Sarah is currently working as a behaviorial support psw, preparing ways to deal with behaviors brought on by dementia.
Cody has been a psw for 4 years and is currently working on a locked unit, taking care of people afflicted with dementia.
If you need anything at all, please contact us.