As a person begins to age, family members often feel the need to help with everyday tasks their loved one now finds challenging. It can be hard to tell when aging is affecting a family member, because small things can add up to a larger challenge incredibly fast. If this sounds like something your family is experiencing, you're not alone. Today, more than 34 million adults are providing care to a loved one over the age of 50.
Don't Compromise When it Comes to Care for a Loved One
In the video, Owner Edwin Young talks about one of the most memorable caregiving experiences he has.
We know you are busy raising your family, caring for an aging mother or father and balancing your career. Caregiving for a loved one can take its toll and change family dynamics. We know providing care for a loved one can become highly stressful – whether your loved one lives down the street or thousands of miles away. Let us help.
The Right Care from Right at Home Austin West
We understand your concerns when it comes to making decisions regarding your family. For many people, our in-home senior care is the best solution for maintaining a healthy lifestyle and loving relationships. Whether a family member needs a little extra help around the house, assistance recovering from a hospital stay or someone to check in on them throughout the week, Right at Home Austin West can be the perfect solution. We customize our care services, so your loved one always gets the special care they need based on their individual needs. Discover how our many services can help improve your family's quality of life.
We contract with Home Care Pulse to gather and report feedback from our clients by conducting weekly live phone interviews. Home Care Pulse, an independent, third-party, shares their findings with us, letting us know where we're exceeding our client's expectations and also in the areas where we can improve.
Certified Cognitive Support Program
THE CENTER OF YOUR UNIVERSE | THE CENTER OF OUR CARE
Do you have a loved one living with dementia or showing symptoms of cognitive decline?
Dementia and cognitive decline are often unpredictable. You worry. You miss how things used to be. Will he wander? Can she be left alone? How can we slow these changes?
Learn How Right at Home's Cognitive Support Program Can Help Your Loved One Today