Providing Non Medical Home Care services in Arizona including the Navajo Nation & Gila River Indian Community
The company was started in honor of the owner's mother, Darlene Tullie. "I want to continue to honor my mother. At the end of her battle with cancer, my siblings and I learned how to provide care. Our mother refused to be placed in a facility and wanted to be home surrounded by her loved ones. With the help of Hospice of the Valley, we were able to honor our mother's end of life care plan. Since her passing, I decided the best way to continue to honor my mother was to help other families that are facing similar circumstances. I started Ahehee' Shidine'e Homecare to continue this work in a manner of being grateful. Ahehee' Shidine'e means 'thank you my people' in Navajo. We all have elders to take care of and we can only do this work if we continue to take care of each other in this manner of respect. Each of our full time employees are eligible for paid time off, medical, vision, dental and $50,000 life insurance."
We prioritize assisting families to help provide home care services in the comfort of our patients home. We cover training costs from accredited facilities. Our office staff provides supervision and once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, we will soon continue on-site supervision.
We understand that not one care plan fits all. Daily services can include anything from meal preparation, hygiene, cleaning, and supervision. We will take the time to make sure staff adhere to and understand the care giving plan provided by the ALTCS Case Managers.
Companionship is key to a trusted relationship with our caregivers. We not only strive to help you with everyday tasks but want to develop a caring relationship with you. We provide one-on-one attention and care that cannot compare in other settings.