Constructive and effective communication allows you the opportunity to inform and build positive relationships between the client and caregiver. Usually, they first communicate when the client manager sets up an interview/trial. If they move forward, they can decide what the best way to regularly communicate with them is.
Keeping an open, honest line of communication will benefit everyone. Your client’s family members will be grateful for your efforts to get to know them and keep them informed. The caregivers typically communicate with the loved ones of the person receiving care over the one by text. However, when you use several different communication methods, it’s important to know when to use each one.
Our care team is reachable and available to support and facilitate should any issues arise between the caregiver and client.