Meet & Greets
We will admit, at Home Care Heroes HQ we are the creative type and love to use a little bit (*a lot*) of fun and colourful lingo.
An example of this is a “Meet & Greet”. Luckily for you however, we are going to share the ins and outs of exactly what you need to know about Meet & Greets and the many benefits of organising one.
A Meet & Greet provides the opportunity for you to meet a Member and their Support Circle. Their Support Circle may include their family and friends, a Support Coordinator, Social Worker or Case Manager.
*If you are not sure of what “Support Circle” means, we would recommend completing Module 2 of the Hero Academy.
It provides you with the opportunity to get to know the Member, ask questions and potentially arrange the finer details of bookings before they begin. Likewise, it provides the Member with the opportunity to make sure that you are the right fit for them. It prevents any surprises on the day of your first booking and makes sure that you get off to a great start together!
A Meet & Greet is not compulsory but highly recommended for long-term bookings.
Common Questions about Meet and Greets
Where does a Meet & Greet occur?
Meet & Greets generally occur at the Members home, workplace or a public location such as a coffee shop.
Is a Hero paid for a Meet & Greet?
A Hero is not paid for a Meet & Greet. Accordingly, we recommend to keep a Meet & Greet within one hour in length.
How can I prepare for a Meet & Greet?
- Dress Code: There is no need to “suit-up”. We would recommend completing Module 3 of the Hero Academy which includes some suggestions as to appropriate outfits.
- Research: If the Member has mentioned their interests, passions or Primary Disability research them and learn as much as you can! This way, you will be prepared to ask and answer questions.
- Emergency Contact: Make sure that you have a contact number of the Member or Primary Contact beforehand.
- Address: Don’t forgot to confirm the meeting location!
Enjoy your Meet & Greet,
The HCH Team!