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Adults With Disabilities

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 26% of adults in the United States are living with some type of disability. And for many, a strong support system is essential. From mobility to cognition to vision and hearing issues, Right at Home caregivers can help adults with disabilities live safely in their homes, wherever home may be.

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Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Whether your adult child is living with you or on their own, you want to encourage independence while making sure they are safe. They may need a little more supervision and assistance to get through the day. Right at Home caregivers can provide as little or as much support that is needed. Our companionship and homemaking services include:

  • Safety supervision
  • Companionship
  • Helping with hobbies and crafts
  • Reading aloud from books, newspapers and magazines
  • Transportation
  • Cognitive stimulation like playing cards and games
  • Grocery shopping
  • Light housekeeping
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Neuromuscular Diseases and Disorders

Neuromuscular conditions are complex because they can affect both motor skills and cognition. Regardless of the particular disease/disorder or the extent of its progression, Right at Home caregivers can help by offering:

  • Safety supervision
  • Ambulatory assistance
  • Dressing assistance
  • Grooming
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry services
  • Medication reminders
  • Cognitive stimulation
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Paraplegia and Quadriplegia

Right at Home provides several care services to those who have a spinal cord injury and use a wheelchair for daily living. Our caregivers can help someone adjust to a new living situation directly after a spinal cord injury. They can also assist with any household tasks that are complicated by an injury.

In addition to companion care, caregivers can assist with daily hygiene.

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Traumatic Brain Injury

Right at Home can help families who find themselves coping with the unexpected effects of a sudden injury to the brain. Whether it's establishing new routines immediately after the injury or providing respite to families who have established a system of care, Right at Home has numerous care services that can help.

Resources for Those Caring for Adults With Disabilities

Living independently sometimes requires a little help. Here are some resources you may find valuable.
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How Older Adults Can Overcome Loneliness

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A female nurse with a stethoscope conversing with an elderly female patient.

Eight Tips for a Better Doctor Appointment

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Caregiver exercising with senior by swimming pool

10 Tips to Lower Fall Risk

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Explore Our Services

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Companion Care
Help with light housekeeping, meal preparation, socialization…
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Personal Care
There for physical assistance, hygiene, mobility...
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Specialty Care
Support for conditions like Alzheimer’s, diabetes, Parkinson’s...
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