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Specialty Care

Nobody knows what the future will bring, which makes it difficult to prepare. When someone you’re close to has special care needs, you may feel lost and unsure what you should do next. That’s normal. In those times, it’s important to rely on people with the skills and experience to help.
Even though every care situation is unique, Right at Home caregivers are not only trained to be prepared, but they’re trained to help you cope as well, so you can feel comfortable knowing your loved ones are in good hands. Contact us today at (914) 468-1944 to get more information on how we can help you.

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Hospice Care
In some of the most difficult of times, Right at Home caregivers can provide much-needed support, and in some states, medical care to end-of-life patients.
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Hospital to Home
The road from hospital to home can be hard to navigate. Our caregivers can assist both during and after hospital stays, in a process called RightTransitions®.
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Alzheimer’s, Cognitive and Dementia Care
Care for those with memory and cognitive changes can be demanding. Right at Home caregivers are here to help.
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Adults With Disabilities
Whether as a source of companionship or care, we can be there for adults with a range of physical or mental disabilities.
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Diabetes Care
Right at Home caregivers can help reduce the risk of diabetes-related complications and give you peace of mind.
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Parkinson's Disease
Managing the progression of Parkinson’s disease can bring a lot of confusion. We know just how to work with the muscle stiffness and tremors to prevent frustration and falls.
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Palliative Care
We know that providing comfort and pain relief can make all the difference for a patient’s quality of life.
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Respite Care
Because as a caregiver for a loved one, sometimes you just need a break.
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Non Senior Care Services

Before Mandy was born, Joe and Lois knew they had a special child with special needs. Mandy was diagnosed with Down Syndrome while Lois was still pregnant. But Mandy's condition has never affected her determined spirit and keen sense of independence. As she entered her twenties, it was this independence that allowed Joe and Lois to help their daughter to move into her own apartment a few blocks away. Mandy's parents knew that she needed a little more supervision and assistance than a typical young adult. They also knew that Mandy would become defiant if she felt her parents were checking on her too often. That's why Joe and Lois introduced Mandy to Erica.

Erica is a Right at Home caregiver that stops by Mandy's apartment to make sure that she doesn't need anything and that things are going well. Mandy loves Erica's visits. The two of them visit for a couple of hours every few days while Erica helps Mandy with things around the house or takes her shopping. The whole experience has strengthened the relationship between Mandy and her parents, as well.

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Care Transitions Program

When your senior loved-one is discharged from the hospital, the effects of their condition aren't necessarily gone when once they return home. This often makes it difficult for seniors trying to adjust back to daily life, increasing the risk of re-admission. Right at Home's RightTransitions® program can help make the transition back to home easier.

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Virtual Dementia Tour

Right at Home of Westchester County conducts the Virtual Dementia Tour® training for its Caregivers and the Community throughout the year. The Virtual Dementia Tour® (VDT®) helps those caring for someone with Dementia to identify with and understand his/her behavior. This unique, interactive program is proven to improve communication and care.

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Jewish Care Services

Westchester County has a Jewish population of approximately 130,000. It is the 8th largest Jewish community in the United States and embodies a 10% of the county’s total population. We are aware that our clients may observe different cultural and religious rituals. We provide our caregivers training in relevant topics in how to care for Jewish seniors.

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Behavioral Health Evaluations and Services

Right at Home Westchester has teamed up with Forefront Telecare to offer Behavioral Health Evaluations and Services. Forefront offers Mental Health Services in the convenience of your home for clients via Smartphones, Tablets, PCs or Macs!

Right at Home clients can request help with their state of mind or known conditions that have gone untreated by simply contacting Forefront to set up an initial assessment and determine a customized care plan for treatment.

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Explore Our Other 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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