Support for Family Caregivers
Are you helping a loved one through the aging process? We know it can be stressful because we've been there ourselves. Whether you're caring for a parent or checking in on an elderly neighbor, Right at Home is here to support you.
In 1995, we started providing in-home care to seniors. Using our two decades of senior care experience we created online tools and downloadable guides to help family caregivers.
These guides are completely free because we believe everyone deserves the RightCare, Right at Home; and should you ever need the help of a compassionate and professional caregiver, we're just a call away.
Adult Caregiving Guide
Our Adult Caregiving Guide provides simples steps to ensure your aging parent, spouse or friend is receiving the care that he or she needs. Using our easy-to-understand worksheets, you'll be able to assess the needs of your loved one. The Adult Caregiving Guide also provides an easy to follow home safety checklist and information commonly sought by family caregivers.
For more information about preventing falls, please visit Right at Home's Family Caregiver Resource Center.
Fall Prevention Guide
As a loved one ages, their balance can be impacted for a variety of reasons. Reduced physical strength, medications and visual impairment are just a few reasons seniors are more prone to falls. To keep your loved one safe, Right at Home worked with fall prevention expert, Dr. Rein, to develop a guide to help you proactively assess and mitigate fall risks in your loved one's home.
For more information about preventing falls, please visit Right at Home's Fall Prevention Resource Center.
RightConversations is a practical approach for effective communication between you and your loved ones. Often, families find it hard to discuss the changing needs of their aging parents. The tools included in the RightConversations Guide offer a starting point for the conversation and provide you with the opportunity to reduce caregiver stress while helping loved one remain in the comfort of their homes.
For more information and helpful videos, please visit Right at Home's RightConversations Resource Center.
Aging in Place Guide
“Aging in place” describes the desire to live in your own home in later life. The easy-to-understand guide helps assess seniors’ health risks for living independently at home and explains the benefits of modifying/remodeling living space for older adults. The guide also offers room-by-room safety checks and practical steps to ensure comfort and peace of mind for enjoying the golden years . . . right at home.
For more information on Aging in Place visit Right at Home's Aging in Place Resource Center.