Our thorough, proprietary 7-Factor 150+ Attribute Audit lets you know how your loved-one is doing
Nothing beats the personal touch. We created the senior care audit to assess the environment through the lens of health and safety. To us, clutter means potential slips or falls. A low level of supplies could signal poor nutrition. Or, a strong urinary odor may be a sign of unsanitary conditions or a need for a medical check-up.
So, when our auditors personally visit your senior and conduct a 150+ Point 7-Factor Audit grouped in the following areas (examples follow), they are helping to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of your loved-one:
- Cleanliness & Clutter – by facility/home and senior area/room
- Odor – by facility/home and senior area/room
- Caretakers / Home-Care – performance, friendliness, and accessibility
- Operations / Maintenance – working order of appliances, HVAC, and technology as well as maintenance of facility/home
- Supplies – food, toiletries, etc.
- Senior – observations of mood, hygiene, signs of physical abuse
- Other – customized items such as pet care
We keep focused on conducting the audit and reporting our findings. Our auditors do not provide care. Therefore, for the health and safety of your senior our policies and procedures include things we don’t do:
- Administer or monitor medications
- Help with bathing, dressing, toileting, or eating
- Assist with transferring
- Audit or administer finances
- Cook or prepare meals
- Clean or straighten up
- Evaluate health or mental status
- Communicate directly with caregivers
- Touch or move the senior
- Negotiate living conditions or arrangements
- Share findings with senior or facility
Our auditors work Monday through Saturday between 9:00am and 5:00pm. Each audit takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.