Right at Home Palm Beach understands the frustration and the challenge of getting care for a loved one. With Right at Home Palm Beach, we oversee the care of each caregiver and client and remain in constant contact with you. We also schedule regular supervisory visit to see how well your loved one is being treated.
Our team works around the clock to ensure that you and loved one are being taken care of and that your care needs are being met. We work continuously with you and your loved one because we know that your needs may change. With Andrea Mack, our Director of Client Services, we develop a care plan that best fits you and assign the appropriate caregiver. With Margaret Farley, Registered Nurse with over 40 years of experience, our caregivers receive continuous support and training to be successful with you.
Home Care Agency vs Home Care Registry
Right at Home Palm Beach is a home care agency. As a home care agency, we perform extensive background checks during our hiring and vetting process, and supervise and provide continuous training and education to our caregivers to ensure your loved one is receiving the best care possible. With a registry, you would have to oversee hiring, managing, and supervising the caregiver, as well handling their payroll. Our caregivers are employees of company.
We remain actively involved with our community in Palm Beach. We believe staying involved with those around us is critically important to what we do. We have supported many organizations that raises awareness on growing health issues, as well as issues in our community. We are a provide sponsor of Parkinson's Alzheimer's Research Education Foundation (PAREF), a 501(3)-c not-for-profit charitable organization that raises awareness on Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, supports research initiatives, and community research. With PAREF, we perform Balance Workshops, where we teach seniors how to improve balance, strength, and mobility needed to reduce the risks of falling. We also host Alzheimer’s Care Support Groups, where we speak to family members and loved one’s who care for someone battling Alzheimer’s and other dementias.