Because Someone I Love is a Senior™
The coronavirus pandemic presents many challenges for some of the most vulnerable in our communities: our senior loved ones!
There are many things we all can do to show that we care, like being diligent about hand washing, staying 6-feet away, wearing a mask, and staying home when sick. All of this can make a huge difference…a little kindness goes a long way!
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Discharge assistance. We get you home from the hospital, settled in and comfortable, so you can get started healing.
Communication. We communicate with your healthcare providers on a regular basis to ensure your recovery is progressing as expected and notify them of any changes in your condition to head off any potential complications.
Medication reminders. Managing new medications is an important part of your recovery. Our caregivers make sure you take the medication you need, when you need it.
Transportation. If getting to the pharmacy, grocery store or appointments is a challenge, your recovery could be at risk. We provide transportation to get you where you need to be, so you can stay where you want to be: right at home.
Coordinate appointments. After a hospitalization, there can be a flurry of new appointments. Whether you need follow-up appointments with your general practitioner, a new specialist or a physical therapist, count on us to help you keep it all organized.
Meal preparation. Nutritious meals are vital to a successful recovery. If you have been prescribed a new diet, let us help. Our caregivers prepare nutritious meals for any diet — even special diets for conditions such as diabetes or congestive heart failure.
Housework. Your focus is on your recovery, not housework. Our caregivers take care of typical daily chores, such as vacuuming, washing dishes and cleaning the bathroom.
Safety. You may be a little unsteady on your feet as you regain your strength. We can help prevent falls and assist you with movement and walking.
Hygiene. Bathing, dressing and toileting can be difficult. Let our caregivers help you maintain your independence while recovering.
Home Care and Senior Care Resources
Adult Caregiving Guide
Only Right at Home can provide the Right Care. Download your free Adult Caregiving Guide today.
A Guide for Those Supporting Loved Ones With Dementia or Cognitive Change
The guide is built on the foundations of Right at Home’s approach to dementia and cognitive support, which incorporates a person’s ability, personhood, and the lifestyle risk factors known to increase symptoms of dementia into each custom care plan.
Nearly 90% of older adults want to remain in their own home in later life. To help, Right at Home designed the Aging-in-Place Guide, a resource for every aging adult and family.
Fall Prevention Guide
Preventing falls is preventing hospital readmissions and helps seniors stay in their homes longer. Let's keep your loved one on their feet!
We know it can be tough to have a conversation about home care options with loved ones. Right at Home has made it easier to address this conversation with our RightConversations guide.