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Kosher Kitchen

Our in-home care specialist can help keep a kosher kitchen

  • If you are Jewish and keep a kosher kitchen, we have caregivers that are familiar with it. Kosher kitchens typically have very strict guidelines. For instance, those keeping their kitchen kosher must separate the dairy and meat utensils and equipment as well as only have certified kosher food within their home. At Detty Home Care Service, we strive to enrich our patients’ lives and do so by maintaining their religious practices.
  • Religious practices are central to many people’s lives and we respect that. Religion often plays an important role in our patients’ lives and helps them in many areas of their lives. Religion is an important component for the way our patients live and we strive to maintain any practices they have. We value our patients and will work hard to ensure they feel comfortable within their own home.
  • Someone unfamiliar with a kosher kitchen can bring stress to the family. Bringing in a caregiver who is unfamiliar with your religious practices can affect your relationship with them and result in unnecessary tension and stress. Therefore, it’s important to find qualified caregivers who are aware of your practices and can help you manage it.
  • We have caregivers that have worked in a kosher kitchen. Maintaining a kosher kitchen has certain requirements and our caregivers are fully aware of them due to prior experience and training. Our caregivers can make sure all the food is certified kosher and that all utensils and equipment are stored in their appropriate places.
  • We have a training program to refresh our staff on the rules of a kosher kitchen. We not only train our caregivers on providing care to our patients but we also inform them and update them on common practices that may arise when working with patients. We’re continually training our caregivers on how to properly keep a kosher kitchen for those patients who follow such religious practices.