Why Choose RIGHT ACCORD as your Private Duty Home Care Agency RIGHT ACCORD is locally, family owned and operated. We are very passionate about helping our 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. We continually build a team of outstanding caregivers who are ready to assist clients 24/7.
About RIGHT ACCORD Home Care and Private Duty-Health Aide RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty – Home Health Care is a Home Health Agency licensed by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). AHCA is responsible for health care organization licensure and regulation. We are licensed to provide home care services, companion caregiver, private home health care, home health aide, and private duty nursing in Sarasota Bradenton, Venice and Manatee Counties.
Staffing Services at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Health Care We can help you with staffing needs whether it is for short or long-term need. Our staff is carefully screened and criminal background checked. We perform complete employment verification process and competency evaluations. We staff Registered Nurses RNs, Licensed Practical LPNs, Certified Nursing Assistants (C N A), Home Health Aides, Resident Aides, Patient Care Technicians.
Parkinson's Disease in-Home Care | RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Care Parkinson’s Disease is a slow, progressive, debilitating disease where sections of the brain degenerate causing the muscles to become stiff. It can cause stoop posture and shuffling gait or walk. It can also cause pill-rolling. This is moving the thumb and the first finger like a rolling pill.
Caregiver Resources at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Health Care RIGHT ACCORD informs a prospective Caregiver applicant some documents required when applying for a job. RIGHT ACCORD also gives Caregivers valuable tips during the job interview process. They were also provided with some basic questions asked during an interview.
Frequently Asked Questions at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care Question: What are the warning signs that your loved one may need in-home care? | Answer: A combination of the following means you need to consult for in-home care - Frequent Falls, Weight Loss, Dehydration or Malnutrition, Appear unkempt, Lonely or depressed, Forgetful of doctor appointments etc.
COVID-19 Treatment and the Elderly There are still no drugs or biologics have been proved effective for the treatment of this new disease, coronavirus but people are not losing hope to find one.
Why Older Adults are More Risk to Coronavirus The older adults are at a higher stake of risk during this Coronavirus global pandemic outbreak. This article discusses why are they at high risk and how we can keep them safe from the virus.
7 Ways to Pay for Your In-Home Senior Care There are many options when it comes to covering the cost of In-Home Senior Care. They come from various government, private, and non-profit sources. We have put together a list of those sources; what and how much they cover, and how you qualify for them.
When is it Time to Take Away the Keys from Mom and Dad When is the right time to stop driving? Should people be prevented from driving simply because of their age?
These are important questions that need to be answered for the benefit of the elderly and their loved ones.
5 Senior Home Health Care Services Your Elderly Parent Will Love Generally, seniors don’t get thrilled with the idea of moving away
from their homes, preferring to stay independent as long as possible. Whether you are looking for
independent living, assisted living, or home care, there are many options available to you.
Dealing With Grief: Coping Strategies Coping with death is important for your mental health. It is very natural to experience grief with the death of a loved one. Allow yourself to grieve. There are several strategies to cope effectively with your pain and grief.
How to Beat Holiday Stress with Aging Parents Elderly persons are sometimes known to get grouchy or irritable especially when they have to deal with large family gatherings. Here are a few strategies that you can adopt to help you prepare and better cope with the stress of holidays.
Sleep Disorder In The Elderly Fully Explained Sleep disorder in the elderly is a very important thing that we need to give attention to. We highlight the causes of sleep deprivation and what can be done to mitigate this problem.
Falls in the Elderly Risk Factors and Prevention Falls in the elderly is one of the points of concern for the elderly and their caregivers. Knowing the risk factors and early prevention is the only best way to keep your elderly safe from falls.
Caregiver Stress and Burnout Syndrome Caregiver stress and burnout syndrome is an emotional or mental illness experienced by a caregiver. It's an alarming psychological disorder in every caregiver.
What are the Early Signs of Dementia Dementia is a general term used to describe a decline in mental ability that is severe enough to interfere with daily life. The most well-known and most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease.