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Non-Medical Home Care

Nonmedical Home Care Can Help Your Senior Loved One

Dad is finishing up his chemotherapy and is a little weak. He could use help with meals and basic housekeeping until he regains his strength.

Mom remains in steady health for her 82 years and wants to stay in the house even though Dad is now gone. But some days she just gets so lonely.

Grandma is in an independent living apartment, but she needs rides to doctor appointments and to get her hair cut and colored. (She’s not giving up her favorite stylist after 40 years!) Grandma also enjoys her weekly outing to bargain shop.

Personal independence is important at any age, but especially for seniors who sometimes feel like they’ve lost other freedoms like driving, traveling alone or entertaining family and friends. With a little extra hand of a trained in-home caregiver, older adults can enjoy their day-to-day activities safely and confidently. A world-leading provider of nonmedical home care, Right at Home also gives family caregivers a respite break and chance to recharge.

With our comprehensive senior care services, Right at Home knows just how to help older adults live well and age well . . . right at home.

Why Use Nonmedical Care

Letting elders age in place can bring fear and uncertainty among family members who can’t regularly be on site with their loved one. Right at Home nonmedical home care ensures seniors maintain as much self-sufficiency as possible, while family members remain at ease knowing their senior is receiving personal, trustworthy care. And, all at a price that’s more affordable than care facilities or a visiting nurse.

Right at Home Nonmedical Care Includes

Our personalized services and timely help include:

  • bathing and dressing
  • companionship/socialization
  • exercise
  • grocery shopping
  • laundry
  • light housekeeping
  • medication reminders
  • meal planning and preparation
  • oral and personal hygiene
  • respite care for family caregivers
  • transportation

Commonly Asked Questions About Nonmedical Care

Q. How will you find the right caregiver for my senior?

Once you contact us, your local Right at Home Morris / Union Counties office begins a personal assessment of your loved one’s specific needs. We set up an initial in-home visit with your senior and your family members and we interact in-depth about what services would work best for what your elder needs. Next, we develop a Custom Care Plan just for your senior and work with you on any modifications. We then search our team of highly trained, bonded/insured caregivers to find the appropriate team member for your loved one. Matching details include your senior’s needs and interests and the relational compatibility of your loved one and our at-home care provider.

Q. What if my senior only needs a little assistance?

Not a problem at all. We are available for how many hours or days of the week your senior needs extra help. If your loved one only needs assistance with organizing the house and dusting and vacuuming once a week, we’re here to help. If your senior wants a walking companion three times a week, we’re here to help. Right at Home adult home care is flexible to fit the care that is needed and for how often you prefer.

Q. If we needed more specialty care, can you offer that?

We can always adjust your loved one’s Custom Care Plan as individual needs change. If your senior is hospitalized, we can provide more specialized nursing care during at-home recovery. If your loved one develops a serious illness or declines in cognitive ability, we would evaluate if your current Right at Home caregiver still is the best fit or whether we should turn to the skilled nursing skills of another well-matched caregiver.

Q. Are we locked into a long-term service contract?

Right at Home does not lock you into a long-term contract. Our exceptional home care speaks for itself. We can accommodate the type and length of in-home care your loved one needs, whether your family needs a couple hours of respite care or you are looking for multiple weeks of care for your loved one. Contact your local Right at Home office to explore the types of nonmedical services and care plans they may offer.

Q. How quickly can in-home service start?

Often we can match a home caregiver to your senior’s individual needs and living situation within days of your initial contact with us. While we hesitate to rush and bypass our well-tested process in evaluating the optimum elder care experience for your loved one, we will work with you to make adjustments in more time-sensitive situations. Give us a call, and together we’ll figure out the next best steps for your senior’s continued well-being, safety and contentment.

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"We have been exceptionally pleased with the services provided by Right at Home ... They have provided education-based care to a loved one with advancing dementia with dignity and respect."
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"They were super friendly and could work around our schedule and our economy. They stay in contact and are very concerned about my mother. They keep me abreast as to what is going on because I am not in the same city. They are an extension of me helping her. She looks forward to them coming. They pick up and organize things. She is over 100, so it is hard for her to pick up things off of the floor. They help clean up, get her around, and take a shower. They have even helped me transport her to the doctor. They are very friendly and act like they know my mom and me which is really good. She has built a relationship with Suzie, the caregiver"
Nick L.

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"They have very good caregivers. They are excellent in terms of care. I only see her twice a week, but she keeps me cheerful and happy and gets enough things done to where I am not slaving to get them done. My caregiver right now can do just about anything. She can make meals and help me clean. With any kind of organizing, she is very good. They call me if my caregiver is coming late. They arrange things for me if I have asked. If I need a car, they arrange for it to come. They help me access other care. I have had two caregivers, and they have both been excellent. They are caring and friendly."
Barrie R.

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"They have always been really attentive to my mother's requirements, and they have communicated a lot with me. They stay in touch with me. They have to pay attention to my mother's needs and are her companion. I have not had difficulty with them. They have always communicated with me. They are attentive and seem to understand the particular needs of my mother."
Mark C.

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"They provide very personalized care to the clients and they look out for the clients' best interest. They provide peace of mind because they care about what they do and about the client. Everything that my grandfather has needed has been more than accommodated for. Whenever I need to talk with someone about a schedule change or when a caregiver can come, the flexibility and communication is beyond perfect. There was one caregiver my grandfather didn't care for, so they quickly found someone that was a better fit. The current caregiver genuinely and wholeheartedly cares about my grandfather's well-being."
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