Live In Care Senior Service Implementation

“To be successful, you have to have your heart in your business, and your business in your heart.”

Thomas Watson, Sr.

Live In Care Services
Implementing Live In Services

Understanding & Implementing Live-In Services

One of the greatest ways to stand out amongst the competition in a market is by expanding your service offering. Offering Live-in home care services is a great option and offers some distinct advantages to your home care agency:

  • Expand your perceived value to your community and referral partners
  • Increase overall Client Lifetime Value
  • Reduce total number of Caregivers Needed
  • Increase Client's ability to remain with your agency by reducing cost
  • Create Predictability in Caregiver Schedules
  • Reduce missed shifts

Simplified Training Includes:​

  • Zoom session
    • Live-in basics
    • Review of Tools
  • Department of Labor Guidelines (Pdf)
  • Live-in Services Calculator that will allow you to:
    • Calculate your bill rate​
    • Calculate caregiver pay
    • Manage overtime
    • Determine optimal shift change times
    • Show Cost Savings to potential clients
  • Customizable Marketing Template
  • Customizable Recruitment Postcard Template
  • Sample Live-in Caregiver Agreement
  • Sample Live-in Caregiver Rules
  • Sample Simplified Time Sheet
  • Sample Live-in Caregiver Work Hours Reporting Policy

​Training with Implementation


  • 6 Zoom Training sessions for Office (Recorded)
  1.   Live-in Services Explained
  2. Setting Prices and Caregiver Pay
  3. Identifying and recruiting caregivers
  4. Implementation: Scheduling, Timesheets, Reporting Policy Review
  5. Implementation: Caregiver Rules & Expectations, Transportation
  6. Onboarding existing clients, developing a marketing plan, presenting to referral partner

Access to all replays, custom tools and materials will be provided.


​DISCLAIMER: Informational purposes only. You are solely responsible for the applicable terms and conditions of employment to YOUR employees.

All calculation tools are for estimates ONLY and not to be taken as financial or legal advice.

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