Alzheimer’s and Dementia Specific Care Program
Right At Home Medina/Summit offers a professional Alzheimer's/Dementia Training program which consists of 3 Levels of Alzheimer's and Dementia Specific Training so that our caregivers are experts in Alzheimer's and Dementia when providing care for your loved one.
We make each level of training exciting, educational and fun for our care team. Our training program provides our care staff with the knowledge and understanding of our clients' needs. We will carefully select a Right at Home Memory Care Provider to match each individual client’s customized care plan.
1. Develop a Client Care Profile
When you call Right at Home, we start by gathering information on how we can best help you. We’ll ask some questions to get a better understanding of your wishes. Then, we’ll arrange an in-home visit to perform a basic needs and environment assessment as well as answer any questions you may have.
2. Create a Person-Centered Care Plan
Next, we’ll craft a person-centered care plan that is tailored to your needs. The plan incorporates your and your loved one’s history, routines, and preferences in order to create support activities that will provide the most benefit. We will review the care plan with you in detail and modify it as you see fit.
3. Identify the Best Caregiver for You
Allowing someone into your home is a big step. We are honored and grateful that you put your trust in us. So, it’s important that we make the perfect caregiver match. We consider numerous factors such as interests, personalities, and services needed. All caregivers are screened, including background and reference checks. They are also bonded/insured. Of course, your comfort matters the most. If you ever have any concerns, we will work to find you a new caregiver.
4. Deliver Extraordinary Care
We believe every interaction with Right at Home should be extraordinary. Right at Home’s caregivers live our mission and strive to improve the quality of life for those they serve each day. They understand that social connections and personal interactions are key to living a happy life. That’s why they provide more than just quality care—they provide extraordinary experiences.
5. Provide Ongoing Support
Right at Home caregivers keep detailed notes so you know exactly what happened each time they provided service. Supervisory staff also make periodic visits to your loved one’s home to ensure things are going well. And, because your care team is trained to notice and report changes in health or condition, we can quickly adjust care if needed.