Our trained caregivers offer round-the-clock care for seniors and elders in the Hartford County area. All of our caregivers are employees of Right at Home. To help ensure the safety and well being of our clients, we perform a criminal history background clearance and then cover each caregiver with general liability and workers' compensation.
We always try to accommodate any requests you may have for a change in caregivers (as allowed by law). With our proprietary screening and selection system, you can rest assured that we do our best to take the guesswork out of matching the right caregiver to you and your family.
Our Home Health Aides and Companion Caregivers are trained to provide:
Depending on the needs of you or your loved one, our Care Coordinator will develop a customized care regimen. We understand that care situation can change quickly, so we are as flexible as possible - you are never bound to a long-term contract. You may discontinue your relationship with Right at Home at your discretion. For more information, please visit our Special Home Care Situations section.
We can provide elder care services for you and your loved one at wherever you call home. Our Care Coordinator manages and supervises our caregivers in the following settings:
- Assisted Living Communities
- Continuing Care Retirement Communities
- Skilled Nursing Communities
- Nursing Homes
- Rehabilitation Centers
- Hospitals (sitter services in addition to other care)
We also provide discharge services if your loved one is leaving a hospital, skilled nursing facility or rehabilitation center.
Ways to Pay for Home Care
While Medicare does provide an Eligibility Tool to see if you or your loved one qualifies, Medicare typically does not pay for the type of hourly personal care service that Right at Home provides. We can however provide documentation to third parties such as long-term care insurance companies that could help you obtain the best coverage possible.
Additionally, we have preferred relationships with many companies that either fully or partially reimburse for home healthcare. Typical accounts for reimbursement include reverse mortgage, health savings accounts (HSAs) and flexible spending accounts.
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