How To Make Sure Caregivers are Providing Your Loved One the Dignified Care They Deserve

Feel reassured your loved one is receiving the dignified
care which you expect and they deserve.
Studies show one of the main issues for caregivers who are providing care for an elderly loved one is the feeling of being alone. Caregiving in whatever form can be an isolating experience. However, you may be surprised to learn nearly 29% of the U.S. population report spending an average of 20 hours per week caring for a loved one. This means if you are a caregiver for a senior you are certainly not alone!

Caregiving for seniors has changed dramatically within the last 50 years. It used to be families were able to take an elderly loved one into their home to provide care. But the reality of two income families and large geographical distances between family members, means this is not always possible. Often times many family members must turn to assisted living and senior care centers for the senior in their life. Or they may have to hire a company to provide care in the home. While this can certainly be a viable and safe option, many family members worry that they are making the right choice after hearing about the stories which fill the news about elder abuse and neglect. To address this growing need, there is a new service which can help you to make sure Grandma or Grandpa, or any loved one, is being taken care of in the way you expect. The use of a senior care auditor can help to make sure this happens whether you live down the street or across the country.

We at The CareGiver Partnership have been studying this new type of service now for two years. After careful evaluation and due diligence of the options, we feel confident recommending Penrose Senior Care Auditors They help you feel reassured that your loved one is receiving the dignified care which you expect and they deserve. And if not, you’ll immediately know about it. No longer will you need to wonder if your loved one is experiencing senior abuse or neglect or if they are receiving the care you’re paying for and they deserve.

With the trained auditors at Penrose Senior Care Auditors you’ll know firsthand what is happening with your loved one when you can’t be there yourself. They visit your loved one in their residence and conduct a 7-Factor Audit, (which includes 150 separate items) and then their report is immediately emailed to you. Some of the areas Penrose Senior Care Auditors closely examine include:
  • Penrose Senior Care Auditors closely examine the level of cleanliness and clutter both in the overall facility and the individual room where your loved one resides. They examine all aspects of this area from actual clutter to odors which may be present due to substandard cleaning. They examine whether cleaning is being done on a regular basis and garbage is being disposed of properly. This helps to ensure your senior is being cared for in the cleanest and healthiest manner. 

  • Penrose Senior Care Auditors closely examine the level of caregivers support and accessibility. Many family members worry their loved one is not being attended to or is being taken care of by staff who are cold or even worse, abusive. Auditors examine whether there is sufficient staff on hand and how fast they respond to the needs of the residents. They also observe as to whether the staff conducts themselves in the most professional manner. 

  • Penrose Senior Care Auditors closely examine the level of care your senior is receiving. They look closely for signs of senior abuse. They check to see if the hygiene of the senior is a priority and the overall mood of your loved one. This will help you to determine if the facility your loved one is in is the right choice. 
Save 10% on your first 8 visits with Penrose Senior Care Auditors when you mention The CareGiver Partnership. 

If you feel that Penrose Senior Care Auditors is the right 'peace of mind' solution for you and your loved one. Give them a call at 800-627-2313. Just for trying them, you will receive 10% off your first 8 visits, courtesy of The CareGiver Partnership. Again, call Penrose at 800-627-2313 and mention The Caregiver Partnership.  
If you'd prefer to register online, use code CGP10.

It is a fact that better care is provided when the staff knows that a family member, loved one or another is closely monitoring the care being provided. Penrose Senior Care Auditors makes sure your senior loved-ones are okay – and that caregivers are doing their jobs. 
This highly informative
video can help you learn more about Penrose Senior Care Auditors.

Further Reading: 

Penrose Senior Care Auditors Announces Partnership With The CareGiver Partnership

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About The CareGiver Partnership. The CareGiver Partnership helps caregivers and their loved ones with answers to their caregiving questions, including information about home health care products and supplies, from our Wisconsin-based team of Product Specialists who are all current or former caregivers. The company’s Web site provides the largest online library of resources on subjects most important to caregivers — from arthritis to assisted living, and Parkinson’s to prostate cancer — as well as access to more than 3,000 home care products for incontinence, skin care, mobility, home safety and daily living aids. The CareGiver Partnership was founded in 2004 by Lynn Wilson of Neenah, Wisc. Visit to learn more or call 1-800-985-1353.


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