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Our Services

As a client you can expect that Rightway Home Care Services, Inc. will not treat you as a number, you are a person that we care about and will care for. We can meet all of your Home Health care needs by our highly qualified, compassionate, and dedicated PCAs, LPNs and RNs.

245D Services

Rightway Home Care Services, Inc. is a licensed 245D agency, licensed to provide services for the following waivers: EW, CADI, DD, TBI, and Mental Health.

  • Companion Care/Services
    Nurse and elder talking to each otherSenior Companions/Assistants help clients who need extra assistance to live independently, such as adults with disabilities or those with terminal illnesses and their caregivers. Participants provide both emotional and physical support by assisting with simple house chores, providing transportation, offering companionship, and simply adding richness to our clients’ lives.
  • Homemaker Services
    Caregivers and an elderHomemaker is a mainly American term for the management of a home, otherwise known as housework, housekeeping, or household management. It is the act of overseeing the organizational, day-to-day operations of a house or estate, and the managing of other domestic concerns. This work is described by economists as “household production”. Household production has been defined as “the production of the goods and services by the members of a household, for their own consumption, using their own capital and their own unpaid labor. Goods and services produced by households for their own use include accommodation, meals, clean clothes, and child care. The process of household production involves the transformation of purchased intermediate commodities into final consumption commodities. Households use their own capital and their own labor.
  • In-Home Family Support
    Caregiver and elderly person smilingFamily support services are community-based services that assist and support parents in their role as caregivers. Such services can take many different forms depending on the strengths and needs of the family, but their overarching goal is to help parents enhance skills and resolve problems to promote optimal child development. All families can benefit from support in some way; the principles of family support should be incorporated into casework across the child welfare service continuum.
  • Independent Living Skills
    Caregiver holding the hands of an elderly personIndependent Living Skills are the skills needed to perform everyday tasks. We can assist you in learning a variety of these skills to help you become more independent.
  • Non-medical in-home care
    Caregiver smiling and elder in the wheelchairFill a niche by offering help with daily living, non-medical care assists seniors and families, by helping to take the stress out of caregiving. Non-medical In-Home Care focuses on companionship but also assist with daily needs, such as meal preparation, running errands, medication reminders, light housecleaning, incidental transportation to doctor visits and other non-medical tasks. When all of these daily tasks are being done by a professional, non-medical caregiver, it allows family members, such as grown children or spouses, to spend quality time with the senior, versus the quantity time of just spending hours doing the grocery shopping and cleaning, but not really being a companion to their elderly loved one. Non-medical In-Home Care can also keep a client stay in his/her own home longer, since it actually makes them more independent in their own natural surroundings. It can prevent the client from having to move to senior housing etc. earlier than necessary, since their daily needs are being met. Even in situations where medical/home health professionals are being employed, the family can supplement the caregiving with non-medical caregivers who can truly become the senior’s companion.
  • Respite Care
    Elderly personRespite programs provide planned short-term and time-limited breaks for families and other unpaid care givers of children with a developmental delay and adults with an intellectual disability in order to support and maintain the primary care giving relationship. Respite also provides a positive experience for the person receiving care. The term “short break” is used in some countries to describe respite care. Even though many families take great joy in providing care to their loved ones so that they can remain at home, the physical, emotional and financial consequences for the family caregiver can be overwhelming without some support, such as respite. Respite provides a break for the family caregiver, which may prove beneficial to the health of the caregiver. 60% of family caregivers age 19-64 surveyed recently by the Commonwealth Fund reported fair or poor health, one or more chronic conditions, or a disability, compared with only 33% of non caregivers. Respite has been shown to help sustain family caregiver health and wellbeing, avoid or delay out-of-home placements, and reduce the likelihood of abuse and neglect. An outcome based evaluation pilot study showed that respite may also reduce the likelihood of divorce and help sustain marriages.

Please call to find out about the many services that are available through our 245D Services.

Comprehensive Services

Rightway Home Care Services, Inc. is a licensed Comprehensive agency, licensed to provide services for the following:

  • Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN)
    Nurse and elderly person smilingLicensed practical nurse (LPN) is a nurse who cares for “people who are sick, injured, convalescent, or disabled under the direction of registered nurses and physicians“.
  • Registered Nursing (RN)
    Nurse taking care of and elderly personA registered nurse (RN) is a nurse who has graduated from a nursing program at a college or university and has passed a national licensing exam. A registered nurse’s scope of practice is determined by the school and by the government responsible for health care in the region. These bodies outline what is legal practice for registered nurses and what tasks they may or may not perform. In general, registered nurses help individuals, families, and groups to achieve health and prevent disease. They care for the sick and injured in hospitals and other health care facilities, physicians’ offices, private homes, public health agencies, schools, camps, and industry. Some registered nurses are employed in private practice, and a few work at home for healthcare companies. Ours nurses will provide the best care possible for every client. Especially during critical moments, the nurse will be self-controlled and efficient and show problem solving ability. Registered nurses supervise the nursing care of clients. Elderly care management/Professional is the process of planning and coordinating care of the elderly and others with physical and/or mental impairments to meet their long term care needs, improve their quality of life, and maintain their independence for as long as possible. It entails working with persons of old age and their families in managing, rendering and referring various types of health and social care services. Elderly Care Management/Professional accomplishes this by combining a working knowledge of health and psychology, human development, family dynamics, public and private resources and funding sources, while advocating for their clients throughout the continuum of care. For example, they may assist families of older adults and others with chronic needs such as those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia.
  • Senior Care Assistance
    Nurse giving medicine to an elderly personSenior Care Assistance is the fulfillment of the special needs and requirements that are unique to senior citizens. This care emphasizes the social and personal requirements of senior citizens who need some assistance with daily activities and health care, but who desire to age with dignity.

Please call to find out about the many services that are available through our Comprehensive Services.

  • Personal Care Assistant
    Caregiver serving foods to an elderly personPersonal Care Assistant (PCA), commonly known as caregiver, personal care attendant, patient care assistant, personal support worker and home care aide is a paid, employed person who helps persons who are disabled or chronically ill with their activities of daily living (ADLs) whether within or outside the home. They assist clients with personal, physical mobility and therapeutic care needs, usually as per care plans established by a rehabilitation health practitioner, social worker or other health care professional. PCA’s are people who carry out their work as part of the formal health and social services labor market, other than their relatives, friends and others who are unpaid for their caregiving activities. Our Personal Care Assistants will help with daily activities, such as helping the individual bathe, eat, prepare meals and maintain their home. Personal Care Assistants can provide rehabilitative assistance for individuals who have had surgery or been ill.

Homecare services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be paid by the client or through a variety of public and private funding sources such as medical assistance and private pay.

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