I don’t think I’ve ever tasted anything quite as evil as Tesco’s healthy living "Chicken flavour noodles with sweet peas and mushrooms".
Next time I’d rather eat my own anus.
Healthy Living at Home
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To provide exceptional clinical care and services to the aging population, in their home, with the intent of not just getting them well, but assisting them to a healthier state of being.
Healthy Living at Home’s Enduring Principles
* The belief that Home care must be available, coordinated, and provided in a comprehensive way, combined with other human services when appropriate.
* Healthy Living at Home recognizes the intrinsic worth of aged, diseased and/or disabled persons. We believe the contributions of these persons are no less important than the contributions of other members of society. Healthy Living at Home recognizes that these persons are entitled to retain their maximum participation in society.
* Healthy Living at Home recognizes that staff behavior, attitudes, knowledge, and understanding have an important influence on helping patients attain and maintain a healthier state of being.
Healthy Living at Home, Inc. and our staff shall operate and furnish services in compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations based on our Quality Improvement Program and professional personnel practices, the services we provide comply with acceptable professional standards and principles.
With our parent company being a Joint Commission Accredited Home Health Agency, our mission and philosophy are one and the same.
It’s all about the people!
Our commitment to excellence is further amplified through our 5C Culture.
Critical Selectivity of staff we bring on board
We interview staff through a panel and select those who not only have a genuine desire to care for the senior population, but also have the ability through experience and/or demonstration, and whose values are aligned with our company values in the provision of care and services.
Core Value Infusion – Starts from Day 1
Beyond just the minimum requirements for orientation, we spend a half-day of the orientation program in reviewing our company’s Mission and Philosophy, Core Values, and engage our staff in becoming champions and advocates for those we serve.
Cultivation – Effective education and training
We are avid learners, and therefore we believe that there is always more to learn. Our staff will continuously receive additional and effective training, in-services and seminars as needed in order to provide the best possible care for those we serve.We have developed an “At Your Service” Acedemy, which teaches the principles of Caring and Hospitality blended together-all full-time employees are expected to complete this intensive training within the first 3 months of hire.We encourage our staff to continue their education for their own satisfaction in life.
Cohesiveness – Team work – We are a fun bunch!
We have regular staff meetings to continue to strengthen our team’s bond. We realize that caregivers require caregiving as well. Our staff recognition programs build morale and enhances employee satisfaction. Since our people are our most valuable resource, we treat them with respect, dignity, and fairness, and they are all empowered to make program changes for the best possible client outcomes through our Quality Assurance Initiatives.
Collaboration – We believe in partnering with you!
Without you, there is no “US”. Our company firmly believes that by becoming a partner with you, we can be jointly successful in the provision of care to our elderly in the best possible manner, for the best possible outcomes. Therefore, our company has developed other programs we offer as a free benefit to you and your staff.
1879 Lundy AvenueSuite 186San Jose, CA 95131Office: (408)324-0600Fax: (408)228-1292http://www.healthylivingservices.org
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