Cedas Home Care Services
is a Registered Nurse owned home care company that assists individuals and families in caring for their loved ones. We are dedicated to helping our clients lead dignified and independent lifestyles at home, in a nursing home or an assisted living community. Our high-quality services, given by trained caregivers, will give you the peace of mind that is important to you.
Services provided by Cedas Home Care are diversified, numerous and are delivered by a wide cross-section of professionals and para-professionals.
MISSION: To provide quality home care services with dignity, compassion and respect to the clients we serve.
VISION: We aspire to provide home care services that will meet the social, spiritual, emotional and physical needs of clients and families in the communities that we serve.
Corporate Value and Principles:
* Enable our clients to lead a dignified, independent lifestyle in the comfort and safety of their own homes
* Carefully assess the clients individual needs and selectively place trained personnel to meet these needs
* Each client will be treated equally regardless of race, color, religion or sexual orientation
* We are committed to staying current with the latest technology and service options in the industry
Cecile Sutherland became acutely aware of the emerging need for home care services while observing her 78 year old mother providing loving care to her 96 year old father in their home in Florida. She and her siblings decided that their mother could no longer continue to provide care to their dad and reached out for the services of a home health aide.
Ms Sutherland is a registered nurse with a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a master’s degree in Health Care Administration. She has extensive healthcare experience gained through increasingly demanding and responsible positions in hospitals, nursing homes, and ambulatory surgery centers.
When Florence Nightingale, who is known as the legendary compassionate nurse, opened the first official nursing school in London in 1860, her mission was not only to train nurses to work in hospitals and with the poor, but she also included that students cared for people in their homes. This is an appreciation that is still advancing in reputation and in professional opportunities for healthcare professionals and para-professionals all over the world.