Trusted In-Home Senior Care Options For Families
Aging isn't easy. Not for the person who is feeling the effects of the years. Not for their family members.
As a person begins to age, family members are often called on to help with everyday things that their loved one now finds challenging – meal preparation, laundry, medication reminders and housekeeping. Eventually, many people find themselves assisting their loved ones in ways they never expected – like hygiene and grooming – or for diseases and disorders they could never have anticipated.
Right at Home understands that caregiving for a loved one can take its toll on caregivers and it can change family dynamics. We also understand that many people find themselves hundreds or thousands of miles away from a loved one who needs care assistance, which can become highly stressful.
If you think you may need help, let us guide you in the process of getting both you and your loved one the home care assistance you deserve.
- Adult Caregiving Guide: Information, Advice, and Support
- Signs Your Loves One's Needs are Changing
- Questions to Ask When Hiring a Caregiver
- Facts on Family Caregiving
- Steps to a Healthier Family
- Take Care of Yourself
- Resources for You and Your Family
I want you to know how much we have enjoyed our caregiver and what a godsend she has been -- very calming, speaks softly, and doesn't let Mom get the best of her. I had to take Mom to the doctor on Monday and the caregiver went with us. I couldn't have made it without her. Mom is harder to get along with these days which I know is common as health problems worsen but it was really beneficial to have a caregiver's "voice of reason". Mom really responded to her and that took the pressure off of me. Having our caregiver is such a relief to me.
Julie - Daughter