Sitter Services: Caregivers are available to sit and monitor a client during the stay in a hospital or nursing facility.
Companion Care: In home care services, "whereever home may be;" caregivers may perform light housekeeping, meal prep, med reminders, conversation, transportation or errands, and stand-by assistance with dressing and showering/bathing.
Light Personal Care: Caregivers may assist with grooming, personal care, pericare, transferring and other "Hands On" Care in addition to light housekeeping, meal preparation, med reminders and transportation.
Heavy Personal Care/Nurse Delegated/Hospice Care: Caregivers may work with client in performing transitions, showering, bed baths, and assist in end of life care including: medication, insulin, colostomy, ostomy, catheter, sublingual medication, and other care services that fall under Nurse Delegated tasks.
Live-In Services: Caregivers are available on a 24-hour live-in basis. In exchange for a reduced daily rate, client is responsible for Room and Board. Caregiver works 8 hours, receives 8 hours of leisure, and 8 hours of sleep during which time they must get a minimum of 5- 6 hours un-interrupted sleep in a separate room. They can get up 1 - 2 times per night but never more than 3x.
Overnight Sleepover Services: Caregivers are available to provide overnight service, in which they arrive during the evening, assist the client in preparing for bed, and then sleep in the client’s residence during the evening. The service assumes a maximum of 10 hours of service per shift. * Caregiver can assist up to 3 times. Additional services can be provided at standard rates.
Couples Care: Caregivers are available to provide services to couples at a significantly reduced rate. If a separate care plan is developed, and services are provided to two residents, the fees for the second client are 25% of the cost of services for the first client.
Hospital to Home Transportation Services: Caregivers are available to assist clients during the admissions and/or discharge process from a hospital, nursing facility, outpatient clinic or from a surgery center. Caregivers are available to accompany the client to/from the facility and their primary place of residence. In addition, they can help with Rx pickup, meal preparation, grocery shopping, and light housekeeping.
Visits/BathVisits: Caregivers (HCAs) will come into the home to check on your loved one and report to the family weekly, able to do a med reminder, make a quick meal etc. A bath visit may include up to 3 hours of service during which time the caregiver (PCAs) will give the client a shower/bed bath and in the remaining time do other tasks to help the client.
Care Management: Families can utilize our care management services to oversee care if unable to be here or in emergent situations. Contact our Care Managers directly for hourly rate & specific requests.
Mark Johnston – Owner, Accounts Payable
Victoria Johnston - Owner, Right Care Direct Supervisor
Lee Ann Bennett -Right Care Human Resources
Tracy Muter - Right Care Services Manager
Suzanne Carson, LPN - Right Care Services Manager
Toni McKinnon - Right Care Inside Sales & Marketing
Katherine Speed - Right Care Staffing Coordinator and On Call