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Our private home care is customized to fit your exact needs. We keep the process simple, assigning you one point of contact who becomes a part of your family and helps bring you peace of mind. Our private duty CNAs are hand-picked to give you and your loved ones the most quality service there is. We know you’ll love our nurses because we do.
In certain situations, extended supervision and care by a private nurse is essential. One example is someone returning home from the hospital after major surgery. Another is someone with a cardiac condition who needs their vitals monitored. LifeWorx has private duty CNAs. Many are even licensed in multiple states. And all are professionals in clinical care and ready to attend to a patient’s every need.
Since we know that falls are the biggest risk, we take them seriously. Having served thousands of clients over the past 15 years, we have only had two falling incidences while in the care of a private duty nurse. In one situation, the nurse cared enough to get hurt in the process of saving the client from falling. We seek this level of care when hiring all of our caregivers. For this reason, our clients have trusted us for years.
We make our interview process rigorous for a reason. We see the true joy in caring, so we ensure that any private duty CNA we employ sees it, too. It’s an essential part of joining the LifeWorx team, even for non-medical home care team members.
We place a high value on compassion, warmth and the courage to do the right thing. Our CNAs are battle-tested. Our process intentionally rules out those looking for an easy job, a way to check out all day, or to just be on their phone.
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You expect excellent service and that’s our priority. Each of our care coordinators is equipped to provide you with solutions to meet your needs. We are confident that within 5 minutes of speaking to someone on our team, you’ll be glad you chose us over our competitors.
Having served thousands of clients and provided more than 500,000 services, our private duty home care team knows excellent service.
About 8% of Long Island residents are 65 years or older.LEARN MORE
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Long Island, NY is home to several wineries and vineyards, white sand beaches, historic restaurants, and of course, The Hamptons. About 8% of Long Island residents are 65 years or older. In certain situations, extended supervision and care by a private nurse is essential. Our private duty CNAs are hand-picked to give you and your loved ones the most quality service there is.
1) Check out Museum Row – Located in Garden City, this education metroplex is home to the Long Island Children’s Museum, the Nassau County Firefighters Museum, the Cradle of Aviation Museum, and the Nassau County Veterans Museum. You could easily fill a few days learning about everything from the Earth and science to F-14 fighter aircraft.
2) Step back in time – The Old Bethpage Village Restoration includes 51 historic buildings such as an inn, a store, and a church, giving visitors a taste of Civil War life. Costumed interpreters add to the ambience, sharing stories about the houses and their former occupants.
3) Stroll through Americana – Once called The Rodeo Drive of the East Coast, with over 60 international boutiques, the Americana open-air shopping complex in Manhasset is home brand names like Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Donna Karen, Gucci, and Fendi.
4) Explore the outdoors at the Sands Point Park and Preserve – Featuring hiking grounds and trails that lead to the Long Island Sound, this spot is perfect for a leisurely stroll or a cross-country skiing excursion on a winter day. Do not forget to check out the castle-like mansions: Hempstead House, Castle Gould, and Falaise. The last, built by Harry S. Guggenheim, houses antiques dating back to the 16th century, along with renowned pieces of Renaissance art.
5) Play with the pros – Bethpage Black course, home of the U.S Open in 2002 and 2009, is the only public golf course on The PGA Tour. Its difficulty level draws some of the sport’s top players. If you are not in the mood for the links, you can also picnic, hike, play tennis, or horseback ride in the surrounding state park.
6) Take in the Triple Crown – Belmont Park is one of the oldest tracks in the nation for the sport of thoroughbred racing. Even if there is no race on the day you visit, you can enjoy the fine dining, picnic facilities, and a petting zoo.
7) Visit a presidential summer home – Theodore Roosevelt, our 26th president of the United States referred to Sagamore Hill as his “Summer White House.” He resided here until his death in 1919. Managed by the National Parks Service, the park also features an Audubon Center and songbird sanctuary.
8) Head to the beach – Jones Beach State Park is the largest public beach in the world, with 6.5 miles of uninterrupted beachfront. Its boardwalk alone spans two miles; as you stroll along it, make sure to look out for local basketball games, deck games, a miniature golf course, and free concerts. You can also fish from the piers or go birdwatching at the Theodore Roosevelt Nature Center. While heading towards the ocean, check out the equally impressive Long Beach, a quintessential surf town with laid-back vibes.
9) Graze through the gardens – Long Island is home to some beautiful green spaces. The Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park in Oyster Bay allows you and your family to wander the grounds of the Gold Coast and its formal gardens and greenhouses. Old Westbury Gardens offers mansion and garden tours are in season.
10) Hike “Merrick Mountain” – Once a landfill, this landmark represents Long Island’s commitment to environmental preservation, saving taxpayers more than $42 million. The 52-acre facility is perfect for picnicking, fishing, and wildlife. Take a tour by foot or rent a kayak; you may even see a Nigerian dwarf goat, maintaining the weed overgrowth.
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