We are proud of our caregivers. They are truly special people. We continually build and educate our team of outstanding caregivers. They are ready to help with in home care for your parents.
RIGHT ACCORD envisions a world in which senior citizens can age gracefully, socialize frequently and live comfortably. We avoid the idea that seniors have to experience isolation, malnutrition, and indignity.
RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty-Home Health Care is a Home Health Agency licensed by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA), responsible for health care organization licensure and regulation. (HHA29993655)
RIGHT ACCORD is locally, family-owned and operated. We are very passionate about helping seniors and we treat each client like our own family. We ensure the best possible care for your loved ones and give you peace of mind.
Rosemarie, the owner, has extensive background in nursing from acute care, home care, nursing education and health care management and administration.
We provide care providers such as Home Health Aides, Certified Nurse’s Aides, Companions, Homemakers as well as Personal Attendants. Our caregivers work as 24-Hour live-ins or on an hour by hour basis. We offer our clients the best and compassionate care they deserve at the comfort of their homes or at any place of residence. All of our nurses and aids are employed, insured and bonded, properly screened and background checked. Skilled nurses are available on the need basis. A Registered Nurse is on call 24 hours every day.
When caregiving begins to feel like a full-time work position, it’s difficult not to be caught up in the mindset that this is something you have to do not something you want to do. The more you view caregiving as a job, the worse the situation will feel for you as a caregiver. Caregivers spend an average of 20 to 40 hours per week providing care for a loved one. The services they provide within that time essentially for free are collectively valued at $375 billion per year. In addition to giving of their time and energy, family caregivers end up paying out-of-pocket for many caregiving costs totaling about $5,531 per caregiver per year. As you can see, caregiving as a job takes much more time and money than it will ever give.