A hospital stay - whether planned or emergency - is always stressful for the person involved. If your loved one has a hospital stay coming up, consider the things they may be faced with.May 22, 2018Mackenzie Kelly #Health/Medical #RightTransitions
It’s perfectly normal for a loved one to seem resistant when it comes to discussing in-home care, but the good news is that there are ways to help reduce this resistance and create a peaceful transition for everyone.May 16, 2018Mackenzie Kelly #Aging #Fall Prevention #Caregiving
When your loved one is aging or in need of home care due to an illness or disability, there are plenty of options. No matter which form of home care you’re interested in, there’s one huge thing that you should look for: your home care provider should be licensed with Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
As your loved one ages, its normal to see some personality changes. This can especially happen when Alzheimer’s or Dementia is a factor. While hearing that it’s normal might be reassuring, we know that actually being in the moment is difficult. In this article, we’re going to discuss why agitation in your loved one happens and what you can do to help calm them.April 23, 2018Mackenzie Kelly #Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care & Support #Caregiving
Right at Home offers professional respite care services to ensure that your loved one receives the best quality of care while you’re able to rest and take care of yourself. When you’re a caregiver around the clock, you need the time and ability to take a break, run errands, and rest so that you can be healthy and refreshed for your loved one.April 09, 2018Mackenzie Kelly #Support for Adult Caregiving #Caregiving
If you’ve been referred to end of life care with Right at Home, then your loved one will likely need more care than ever during this time. You might have questions about the kind of care Right at Home can provide for end of life situations. Personally, I’ve experienced helping my own family with the end of life transition for my grandfather.April 04, 2018Mackenzie Kelly #Aging #Caregiving
When someone has dementia, staying at home is a comfort. Keeping them in a familiar setting helps your loved one stay oriented. Dementia care with Right at Home means that you get in-home assistance for your loved one at home.March 27, 2018Mackenzie Kelly #Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care & Support #Health Living
If your loved one is battling a life-threatening illness but staying at home, palliative care can ensure they are able to maintain the best quality of life possible. In this article, we’re going to discuss the basics of what you need to know about palliative care and how Right at Home can help.March 19, 2018Mackenzie Kelly #Health/Medical #Caregiving #Caregiver Help
If you’re a caregiver for an aging parent, or if you’re just wondering what lies ahead with your aging parent, then you might have considered planned care. The good news is that you do have support. Right at Home offers numerous in home care and assistance programs designed to help your aging parent age in place.
On Monday, February 26, 2018, Right at Home partnered with Provident Crossings Independent Living Community to host their very first art-themed happy hour for their residents.