We aim to provide the ideal solution with an informed process. We equip clients and their support systems with information and answers. We assess each situation to provide personal recommendations. We consider the recipient’s unique needs and how to achieve happiness.
Home care helps people remain safely at home and live as independently as possible. We work with you to develop a plan for you, in order to provide the best quality of care for you or your family member
What We Can Do for You
Everyone needs companionship. If that’s someone to help with household chores, getting from one place to another or even just putting a puzzle together, Right at Home’s caregivers help keep your loved one engaged and active in life.
A daily routine can be one of the strongest reminders of what makes home feel like home. When those day-to-day tasks get harder, they can also be one of the first things to slip. Right at Home’s caregivers are there to help keep everything on track.
You deserve peace of mind knowing that your loved one’s medical condition is being monitored by skilled nurses in the comfort of your loved one’s home. We can provide a range of services to ensure they get the care they need.
Our caregivers are trained to help with a number of specialized services for chronic, and often demanding, medical conditions like Alzheimer’s, diabetes and Parkinson’s. We also offer hospice support.
We understand that the quality of care depends on the training and education our caregivers receive. That is why all of our caregivers are experienced and skilled in handling your loved ones’ particular needs. We pride ourselves on hiring people for their compassion, experience, and flexibility. But we know this isn’t all it takes to provide the best care possible. Caregivers also need excellent skills and competency in care and that comes from excellent training.
Why does training matter?
- Trained caregivers provide the highest quality of care to you or your loved one
- Trained caregivers know how to recognize when medical care is needed
- Trained caregivers can help their clients avoid injury around the home