The services of Signal Health Group enable older adults and people with disabilities to live better in their own homes, in comfort, safety, and health. We provide home care in and around South Dakota. Through home care services we send aides, homemakers, and/or companions to see to your daily needs, to take care of your parents, or to give you a break from your family caretaking role. Signal Health Group stands apart as a reliable, personable, and trusted provider of home care in South Dakota.
With highly personal care and people hand-picked for a commitment to caring, you become part of our family, and we become part of yours.
THE RIGHT SIZE
With a great team, Signal Health Group can deliver the dependability you need in a home care company while still being small and focused enough to value you as an individual client. In short, Signal Health Group is large enough to serve and small enough to care.
Our home care services are state-licensed, and our company and caregivers are bonded and insured. We are a member in good standing with the National Care Provider Council. We have trained our caregivers in the best protocols for preventing the spread of germs. All caregivers, will take extra precautionary measures as part of their check-in process. As a result, you can be confident with the care we provide.
TAILORED CARE PLANS
We tailor our care plans to fit your unique needs – unlike other companies that often have a fairly standard program of care with little flexibility, we provide individually tailored home care plans with great flexibility.
All of our caregivers have been thoroughly screened including reference checks, license checks where applicable, and background checks. We are bonded and insured. Their skills have been thoroughly evaluated for the duties they will be performing in your homes, and we continue skills evaluation and skills training with each caregiver, every year.
Meet The Team
One of the greatest principles that I love growing up in the Philippines is being family-oriented, the values and sense of compassion to elders. I was a caregiver for my mother for almost 13 years she was diagnosed with “Myelodysplastic Syndrome”, which led me to the healthcare field. Through our faith, hope, and love for God, she surpasses the 6 months life span without chemo for 11 years, but sadly December of 2020 my Mom died of Post COVID complications.
I have a master’s degree in management with a healthcare administration emphasis. My mission is to faithfully serve my clients and respect their physical, passionate, and spiritual needs by faith. Through kindness and utmost lovingly respect regardless of age, religion, race, sex, or national origin. My greatest standards of unique care services are integrity, prompt, careful, and dependable care services that empower our clients to redeem their hopefulness in a compassionate and the best caring atmosphere.
My Mom is the greatest influence on why I started this company. My family and friends who are on my team are representing this company in her memory. My husband Tim Kallio served in the military for almost 10 years and is excited to be able to help out other veterans. I have 2 kids daughter Kylie and a son Kenneth.
We take our clients’ needs seriously and their well-being in a sentiment way how much they are appreciated. We provide excellent home health care to the people of the Black Hills the gateway of Mt. Rushmore South Dakota which we love living for 16 years now. I speak Bisaya, Tagalog, English (fluent), and German (fair).
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