Struggling with Caring for an Aging Parent? Right at Home Can Help.
Pennsylvania Home Care License Number 15163601
Right at Home senior caregiving was created as an alternative to a nursing home or assisted living facility for the elderly. We provide the highest quality, most reliable home care in Bucks Philadelphia and Montgomery County. Our caregivers come to the home or facility to provide in-home care services.
Our Caregivers are specially trained to provide just the services your loved one needs. We modify our custom care plan for your family member as their needs change, allowing them to live at home as long as possible.
Our service area in Pennsylvania includes Montgomery County, Dresher, Fort Washington, Abington, Willow Grove, Glenside, Elkins Park, Arlingham, Gwynedd, Ambler, Flourtown, Blue Bell, Meadowbrook, Bucks County, Hatboro, Southampton, Trevose, Richboro, Warminster, Warrington, Holland, Philadelphia County, Chestnut Hill, Fox Chase, Cheltenham Township, Erdenheim, Wyncote, Wyndmoor, Doylestown, Roslyn, Horsham, Ivyland and Spring House.
The more we know about your family, the easier it is to recommend specific services that may help with your particular situation. For personalized suggestions, take our Five-Minute Care Assessment.
There are a few universal challenges of aging that many families experience. To see what kinds of services may benefit you and your family’s situation, see what helps similar families in our Care Scenarios.
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I have been meaning to write you a quick note to thank you for your compassion during our encounter with my father. I was impressed with how all of you made me feel that you really cared about my father--unlike the employees of G…. S……. If only I knew then what I know now!
I did not appreciate how they dealt with my father and his "condition." They continued to harass me about helping to pay for his 24/7 nursing care.
We finally moved him last Thursday (I had to wait for his traditional medicare policy to begin) to an Alzeimer's facility in Cherry Hill--right around the corner from my brother. He was moved without shoes, meds or most of his clothing (which was marked with his name). We could not wait to get him out of there!
I visited him on Saturday, and he is calm, peaceful and grateful. It warmed my heart to see him in such a good place instead of what we witnessed at G….. S……. I assume that the drugs took effect. He still has extreme dementia, but he did know who I was even though he is unable to give me a name. I am just so very grateful that he is no longer agitated and miserable.
I had just returned from Texas where I attended his sister's funeral. When I told him that she had died, he blessed himself and tears streamed down his cheeks. So, he is "in there." Thank goodness the "zombie" that he became is hopefully in the past.
I apologize that I cannot remember your colleague's name, but please thank her for her assistance at the family meeting. She was the only one that seemed to really care about my father. The rest just wanted to get rid of him instead of trying to help him--with the exception of the doctor. I liked her and will also communicate to her my gratitude for helping my father.
We can only hope that my father just does not wake up one morning. I am hoping that his sister calls him home to her where the true paradise exists.
(daughter of J…B…….)
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