Do you want to improve lives?
We are hiring people who want to make a difference!
Reliable Transportation and current driver’s license
No criminal history or poor MVR reporting
Experience working with individuals who need daily living support
Will help you achieve CPR and First Aid certification
Benefits available (Health, Dental, etc) ...
Now Hiring In-Home Caregivers for the Elderly and Disabled!
Savannah Area Job Fair
Tuesday, January 30th 9:30am-12:30pm
St. Mary’s Community Center
812 W 36th St, Savannah, GA 31415
Same Day Interviews
Why be a Coastal Caregiver?
Flexible schedules – work a little or work a lot
Paid Travel Time
Benefits available (health, dental, vision)
Be treated with ...
by guest author Lydia Chan of Alzheimerscaregiver.net
As a caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, it’s important to take all the precautions necessary to keep your relative safe and happy.
First, you need a thorough understanding of the disease and how it changes people. The family member you’ve always looked up to is gradually losing memory and the capacity for ...
The Value of Home Care was released by the Home Care Association of America and the Global Coalition on Aging in June 2016 to explain the critical role of home care services in the United States. Using industry facts, data from credible and trusted sources, and stories directly from caregivers and the families they serve, the report articulates the many benefits of home care services to ...
Georgia Trend's November 2016 issue highlights the challenges families face as they seek daily living assistance for loved ones. In her article entitled "Home Alone," Mary Ann Duncan discusses home care options as well as the challenges all of us face as many Americans age in place without the support needed to prevent costly medical interventions.
This article is a must read! ...
Most people prefer to live at home with some assistance when that is an option, and home care services that replace nursing home placement not only saves nursing facility beds for those with the greatest need, Medicaid-provided home care typically costs Georgia taxpayers 30-50% less than care for an individual in a nursing facility. The savings can be even greater when home care is combined ...
Debbie Andrews has been with Coastal Home Care since 2005 and was the organization's first Developmental Disabilities Professional, DDP.
Debbie was born and raised in New York State and moved to Savannah, GA in the fall of 1999. Having a degree in Psychology, Debbie has worked throughout her career to support youth, adults and families on many levels.
As a Coastal Home Care DDP, one of ...
Coastal Home Care is beyond blessed to have truly FABULOUS staff to provide services to individuals diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities!
Below are a few photos which capture the joy shared between our staff and individuals they serve. Thank you Savannah Leisure Services for the fun evening you hosted!
Keisha, Alandria, ...
Eula Mae Hamilton was hired in 1980 by Coastal Home Care founder, Laura Lynn Miller, wife of CHC President and CEO, Martin Miller. Eula Mae worked with CHC, originally known as Eldercare, for 31 years, through Eldercare’s transition into Southern Home Care Services, then into ResCare Home Care, and finally into Coastal Home Care. Throughout each of these changes, Eula Mae helped to provide ...
cards for Austin
MAIL MAKES HIS DAY: EAST DUBLIN BOY LOOKING FOR A CARD FROM YOU
Author: Katelyn Heck, 13WMAZ, published:10/21/17
Austin Lamb is a young boy from East Dublin who has autism and epilepsy. His family says he walks out to the mailbox every day as part of his therapy, and he loves finding something with his name on it when he checks the mail.
Austin's family started a ...