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Home Health Aide

Home Health Aides (HHAs) are trained to help seniors maintain an independent, enjoyable lifestyle.  HHAs can help alleviate the restrictions that can come with aging like disability, chronic illness or cognitive difficulty.

Home Health Aide allows seniors to care fully for themselves at the comfort of their home.

Finding the right Home Health Aide allows seniors to care fully for themselves at home, home health aides can assist. A home health aide improves the quality of life for people through professional, hands-on care and compassionate kindness. For many Right at Home clients, a home health aide or caregiver becomes a trusted friend.

Certified Home Health Aides work under the direction of qualified medical professional

Home Health Aides are sometimes also called elder care aides or senior care aides.  Certified HHAs can work under the direction of a registered nurse, physician or other qualified medical professional to:

  • help administer medication
  • post-surgery recovery such as exercise and wound dressing changes
  • check vital signs
  • help with braces or artificial limbs
  • set-up and monitor telehealth or medical equipment

Full Range of Home Services for Seniors

One company with a full range of staff and services.

One of the things that sets us apart from other Home Care providers in California is that we can legally provide a full range of Home Health Services because our staff includes not just Home Health Aides (HHAs), but also Physicians (MDs), Registered Nurses (RNs), LVNs, Physical Therapists (PTs), Respiratory Therapists (RTs), Occupational Therapists (OTs) and Speech Therapists (STs).  We also offer specialized Hospice and Palliative Care.

Home Health Aide Services

Home Health Aides provide everything from companionship to basic health assistance, including

  • Companionship
  • Bathing and dressing
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal preparation
  • Medication monitoring
  • 24-hour care or live-in care
  • Assistance with local transportation or long-distance travel
  • Grocery shopping
  • Transportation
  • Organization and calendaring
  • Physical exercise

Home Health Aide specialized training can assist in specific in-home care needs.

Home health aides with specialized training can also help with specific in-home care needs related to:

  • Knee, hip or spine surgery recovery
  • Alzheimer’s or Dementia Care
  • Hypertension/Stroke Recovery
  • Heart Disease management
  • Diabetes Management
  • Cancer Recovery
  • Hospice/Palliative Support

We Can Help

Customized care regiment to live in the privacy of your home.

As with everything we do, the goal of our Home Health Aides is to provide excellent in-home care with a personal touch in the comfort and privacy of your own home.  We begin with a detailed senior home care assessment by a trained gerontologist who will work with you to design a care plan to meet your unique requirements.  We provide everything from routine home care, companionship and homemaking, to specialized support for seniors with ALS, diabetes or dementia.

Quality Homecare Help Where YOU Need It

We work around your requirements.  Whether you or your loved one needs care in your own home or in an assisted or independent living community, we are there to help.

Trained, Insured, and Bonded Caregivers

All of our caregivers are carefully selected and trained in general caregiving skills like senior companionship, homemaking, home health aide skills, hygiene support, mental wellness, physical assistance and general non-medical home care.  In addition we provide caregivers with special training and certifications in meal preparation, ALS (Alzheimer’s) support, diabetes support and dementia.

To learn more about specific in home services for seniors like these, please give us a call at 877-405-6990:

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