About PleasantVille Home Care Agency
PleasantVille Home Care is committed to understanding the feelings, needs and desires of those we serve and take action to enhance their quality of life. We are committed to being honest, and having integrity in achieving desire outcomes for those we serve. We are committed to respecting the dignity and value of each person we serve.
Pleasantville Home Care defines where we are headed and what we aspire to be, while providing care to the needs of the clients. It will help build our community, inspire people, and keep us grounded. Our home care will accomplish our vision by committing to knowing the needs of each client, fostering an environment of loving care, taking time to know the families we serve.
Our guiding core value is bringing together our strengths to provide a safe and clean environment to the community where clients will be more than a client. Building friendly relationships with each client and their families is a high priority. Pleasantville Home Care strategic directions is guided by the basic beliefs and values inherent in the mission and vision of the company.
Quality - Enhancing the quality of life through excellence services.
Honesty - Dealing with our clients, employees, and families in an open and respectful manner.
Professionalism - Serving in a professional manner.
Love - Serving as a loving extension of our hands.
Respect - Providing an environment where all are VALUED.
Thankfulness - Serving gracefully and gratefully.
In-Home Services (Personal Cares)
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
MHS (Managed Health Services)
NHS (Network Health Services)
I-Care (Independent Care)
United Health Care (only continuity of care)
Supportive Home Care Services:
(Vendor through Iris)
We offer Personal Care Worker (PCW) to anyone who have self-care deficits and want to be taken care of in the privacy and comfort of their own home:
mentally or physically ill
needs assistance with personal care and activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, cooking, and etc.
Some of our quality professional services include:
Assistance with daily living activities
Assist with Mobility and Transferring
Any RN delegated tasks (extra training)
Companionship and many more.
This is a 2-day course 16+ hours, the class is held on Wednesday and Thursdays 10am-6:30pm. Participants will learn basic terminology and reference tools, the role of the caregiver, resident rights', MA in CBRF/AFH and legal issues, different types of medication and classification of medication, facility MA system including documentations, medication errors, medication ordering, packaging, storage and delivery to CBRF/AFH, preparing and administering a medication as well as documenting the administration of the medication.
This is a 2+ hour course where participants will understand how infectious agents are spread from person to person (chain of infection), how standard precautions prevent the transmission of infectious agents, and how to use standard precautions to break the chain of infection in an AFH/CBRF.
This is a 3+ hour course covering the basics of fire safety. Participants will learn to identify the stages of fire, how fire spreads, and how to properly use a fire extinguisher (PASS). We will also talk about fire drills and different types of escape in an AFH/CBRF.
This is a 4+ hour course where participants will know their role as an assisted living employee in an emergency, be able to provide basic first aid in emergencies until help arrives, understand how to and be able to alleviate choking, identify different types of emergencies and how to respond, and learn basic prevention methods to avoid emergency situations.
This is a 2+ hour course where participant will recognize the signs and symptoms of a heart attack, describe first aid care for a heart attack, explain how cardiac arrest differs from a heart attack, list of cardiac arrest, describe the links in the Cardiac Chain of Survival, demonstrate how to perform CPR, explain what to do if the chest does not rise with rescue breaths, and describe how to perform compression's-only CPR, and explain when it is appropriate to perform compression's-only CPR!
This is a 3+ hour course where participant (read CPR), and including define defibrillation and explain how defibrillation works to restore an effective heart rhythm, understand the value of using an AED along with CPR, know how to use an AED in various special situations, identify precautions to take when using an AED, and demonstrate how to use an AED.
Individual Service Plan (ISP):
This course will teach participants:
-Define Person Centered Documentation
-Explain Documentation “Do's” and “Don'ts”
-Explain the purpose of Progress Notes
-Define an ISP
-Explain the purpose of a Medical Report
-Demonstrate the ability to document Progress Notes and a Medical Report
This course will cover the following groups: Intellectual Disability, Downs Syndrome, Autism, Epilepsy, and Alzheimer's disease.
This course includes topics on: Recognizing and responding to aggressive, destructive behaviors to self and others; along with strategies that work in supporting a person.
This 2-hour course will teach participants how to work along with the dietary manager to prepare meals. Participants will also assist in cleaning up, kitchen maintenance and setting up and taking down the dining areas. Participants deliver food to residents' rooms, preparing and serving snacks and taking inventory of food and kitchen supplies.
This 2-hour course will teach participants resident rights and "promote and protect the rights of each resident" and places a strong emphasis on individual dignity and self-determination.
This 1-hour course will help you provide personal care in a way that honors your friend/family member's dignity. Topics include: Use of correct body mechanics, infection control, correct hand washing, privacy and modesty issues, promoting independence, oral hygiene, denture care, bed bath, dressing, nail care, laundry, shaving, shampooing hair in bed.