New Employee Screening includes:
- Health Screening
- TB Tests
- Criminal Background Checks
- Elder and Child Abuse Registry
- Professional and Personal References
Our caregivers also receive exceptional training prior to working with clients.
- Review of Age at Home’s Policies, Procedures and Job Description
- Client Rights & Responsibilities
- Infection Control
- Proper Body Mechanics
- Professional Boundaries
- Responsibility, Accountability & Record Keeping
- Home Safety & Emergency Response
- The Aging Process
- Fall Prevention
- What is Excellent Customer Service?
Additional Training’s Include:
- Personal Care which includes: bathing, dressing, skin care, oral hygiene, incontinence care, finger nail care, transfer assistance
- Incontinence Care
- Nutrition / Hydration
- Medication Reminders
- Alzheimer’s / Dementia
- Parkinson’s Disease
- End of Life Care
Laurel Trahan, CMC is the president of Age at Home. She has been a Certified Care Manager and a member of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers since 2006. Laurel Trahan graduated from Plymouth State University with a Bachelors in Psychology. She has over 16 years of experience in the home care industry as well as the developmental disability field.
Laurel is a member of the board for the NH Parkinson’s Association Chapter, the Volunteer Coordinator for the Merrimack County SPCA Therapy Dog Program, an active member of the Merrimack County Caregiver Coalition, and on the advisory board for Merrimack County’s Service Link.
In her personal life she volunteer’s for the St. Vincent de Paul’s Food Bank at St. Peter’s Church in Concord, NH and is an active member of the Dunbarton Garden Club.
Her experience and leadership make Age at Home the number one choice for seniors who are looking to age in place in their communities.