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Our Caregivers: Quality Care from Quality People

Our StarPoint private-duty caregivers have caring, compassionate spirits, and a genuine enthusiasm for making a difference in the lives of seniors and their families. They embrace our culture of respect and kindness, and, in turn, are rewarded with excellent employee benefits, resulting in low staff turnover. Each caregiver must pass a strict background check, as well as drug screenings, both before hire and randomly after hire.

Of course, we know that diversity is important, so we provide multi-lingual caregivers for families who require those skills. It’s all part of making sure that we have the right match for you or your loved one.

Comprehensive Monthly Training

StarPoint caregivers receive comprehensive monthly training and continuing education on a wide variety of topics that can impact the daily lives of seniors, including:


Fall Prevention

A review of the implications falling can have on the long-term wellbeing of seniors, and steps that can be taken to mitigate the risks.


Infection Prevention

A look at the simple steps a caregiver can take to help prevent the spread of infection or disease.


Dementia Training

Provides a deeper understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and offers training in person-centered care.


Parkinson’s Challenges

We give an overview on the condition and highlight information on how caregivers can help maintain or improve function.


Care for Hospice Patients

Education on how to provide needed support in end-of-life care.


Healthy Meal Preparation

Understanding the importance of nutrition for seniors and the key elements involved in preparing healthy meals for them.


Jewish Holidays and Customs

A primer on the celebrations and observances of the Jewish community.

It's the Extras That Make the StarPoint Difference

What sets StarPoint Home Care private-duty caregivers apart?

  • All are trained in Jewish observances and dietary laws.
  • All have access to experienced geriatric social workers and care managers when needed.
  • All have met the qualifications for at least one certification, including state tested nurse aide, credentialed home health aide, Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), and specialist in senior care.