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Private Duty Home Health Care | Caregiver Agency | Sarasota, FL
RIGHT ACCORD is a home healthcare agency in Sarasota. We provide in home care, home health aide, companion caregiver and care at home to seniors 24/7.
About | RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care | Senior Care
We offer in home care providers to seniors like home health aides, certified nurse’s aides, companions
and homemakers from few hours to 24 hours care.
Services | RIGHT ACCORD Offers Hourly or 24-Hour Home Care
We're licensed to provide Home Care Services, Companion Caregiver, Private Home Health Care
and Private Duty Nursing in Sarasota and Manatee counties.
We Specialize Cares on Dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
RIGHT ACCORD team of Caregivers is trained to provide In-home Specialty Care to Alzheimer's, Parkinson’s,
After Stroke and End of Life/Hospice client.
Testimonial | We Give Family of Seniors Ease and Convenience
We keep seniors safe and allows them to be remain at home. Our Caregivers can help families maintain their
lifestyle without the burden of caregiving.
Blog Articles About Senior Care, Home Health and Caregivers
RIGHT ACCORD presents a collection of helpful articles that covers various topics on caregivers,
health and wellness, senior care and healthy aging.
Resources for Caregiver Employment Application and Education
RIGHT ACCORD Caregivers are vital assets of the company. That is why we offer them secure employment,
continuous education and other various supports.
Providing Custom-Fit Caregiver Services to Family of Seniors
We Offer you Senior Care providers like Home Health Aides, Certified Nurse’s Aides, Companions,
Homemakers, Personal Attendants and Caregivers 24/7.
Contact | RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care | Sarasota, FL
Call RIGHT ACCORD at (941) 366-0801 to schedule a free consultation & evaluation meeting or visit us
personally at 3821 Clark Road, Sarasota, Florida.
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COVID-19 Advisory | RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty-Home Health Care
The safety and well being of seniors is our top priority. Because of this, RIGHT ACCORD instituted many precautions to ensure seniors and our staff safety
Our Mission at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Health Care Agency
Our mission is to provide senior care in the community, help them to age gracefully and live comfortably. We care for our senior client with love and respect.
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.
RIGHT ACCORD Founder | Rosemarie Tamunday-Casanova, RN, BSN, MHA
Rosemarie is a Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse. She has an extensive background in nursing, home care, and health care management and administration.
Hourly Care or 24-Hour Care Service at RIGHT ACCORD Home Health
Caregivers are available from as little as 4 hours to 24 hours. There are no limits to the number of visits you can have per week or month.
Live-In Home Care at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Health Care
RIGHT ACCORD Live-In Home Care sends a senior care helper that is available to provide care service for the day, stay overnight and sleep in the client’s home.
Skilled Nursing Services at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care
RIGHT ACCORD employs Registered Nurse(RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse(LPN) who performs free on the initial evaluation to determine the care your family need.
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.
Senior Care Advisors at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Healthcare
The Senior Care Advisors are individuals who are able to provide clients and families guidance in times of difficulty in making health care decisions. They are the one who has an in-depth understanding on the needs of seniors and aging parent.
Home Care Packages | RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty-Home Health Care
Our Home Care Package is customized to a typical event or client requirement and is affordable for any budget. Make In-Home Care as part of your care packages.
Veteran Aid and Attendant Benefits from RIGHT ACCORD Home Care
Did you know that there is a benefit through the Veterans Administration that can help elderly Veteran pay for their care at home? We’re here to help you. We can help find out if you are eligible for any VA programs and benefits.
Long Term Care Insurance at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care
RIGHT ACCORD offers Long Term Care Insurance to client. They are cost-efficient and affordable for any budget.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Services by RIGHT ACCORD Home Care
Alzheimer’s Disease is a common form of Dementia. It's a progressive, irreversible disease of the brain. Alzheimer’s gets worse causing greater loss of health.
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.
After Stroke in-Home Care Service, RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Care
Stroke or Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) is caused when the blood supply in the brain is cut off suddenly by a clot or ruptured vessel. Without blood, part of the brain gets no oxygen.
Post Surgical and Recovery, Rehabilitation Care at RIGHT ACCORD
Home is the best place to be when recuperating after hospitalization and surgery. RIGHT ACCORD home health aide and nursing assistant can help in the recovery.
Hospice and End of Life Support Care Service from RIGHT ACCORD
Hospice care is the term used for the special care that a dying person needs. Hospice care is a compassionate way to care for dying person and their families.
Application for Employment at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care
Everyone is welcome to apply. But before you apply, please read the relevant job description to ensure you hold all the required qualifications to pursue the employment.
Continuing Education for Caregivers by RIGHT ACCORD Home Care
RIGHT ACCORD provides at least 12 hours of continuing education each year for Home Health Aides and Caregivers. It is to keep their knowledge and skills fresh.
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.
Caregiver Support by RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care Agency
At RIGHT ACCORD, we value our employees. We listen to their concerns, support them and reach out to them regularly to ensure that they're always at their best.
Getting Started at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Health Care
Ready to Get Started? Through our Guarantee of Compassionate Care, Professional Support, and Total Comfort, our Mission will help you and your loved ones lead a dignified and fulfilling life in the comfort and safety of home.
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.
Family Portal ERSP at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Health Care
The new eRSP Family Connect is a portal for client’s family to be able to communicate with the agency and home care providers regarding plan of care including scheduling and calendar.
Family Caregiver Support at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care
Here is the list of various support groups intended to support family members, caregivers and others interested in learning more about the Alzheimer’s disease.
Community Care Resources at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home Care
RIGHT ACCORD features community care coordination and community care resources. We provide comprehensive information and services.
Payers for Home Care at RIGHT ACCORD Private Duty Home HealthCare
We understand that most seniors prefer to age at home and that cost is one important factor families consider when choosing a home care agency.
2021 Best of Home Care®–Employer of Choice Awardee
Here are 5 exemplary golden rules on home caring for elderly in their own home that will help you safeguard the health of an elderly under your care.
RIGHT ACCORD Health Venice Grand Opening
Photo clips of programs and activities during the Launching and Ribbon Cutting of RIGHT ACCORD Home Health Care office in Venice Florida.
8 New Ways to Protect Yourself and Elderly from Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer's is termed as a condition of public health concern that affects the elderly. Here's the 8 new ways to protect yourself from this brain degenerative disease.
Mental Health Awareness Month with Mental Health America
Month of May is annual mental health month. At this time each year, there is a lot of dedicated effort and action channeled towards creating awareness of mental health.
6 Effective Ways to Improve Hearing and Speech Impairments on Elderly
Hearing and speech are such vital components of human life and communication. This May is Hearing and Speech month and this months theme focuses on building connections.
Celebrate Nurses Week 2021: Frontline Warriors and Everyday Heroes
May 6 to 12 has been set as days to commemorate and appreciate the important roles that nurses play in our healthcare systems. This blog gives them a full appreciation.
Lockdown Effects and Is There a Cure for Parkinson’s Disease in 2021?
April 11 is World Parkinson’s day. And during lockdown, there is hope that a cure will finally emerge and Parkinson’s disease will become a thing of the past.
7 Transitional Care Strategy From Hospital To Home Recovery
Transitional Care is a term where patient is discharged entirely from the hospital to return home. Here's our exclusive tips on Transitional Care for elderly.
5 Practical Elderly Care Tips To Caregivers During Pandemic
Getting started with caregiving is best done by knowing how to do it effectively. Here's the 5 best practical tips in caring for your elderly during pandemic.
What Causes Elderly Caregiver Shortage and How to Solve It?
Caregivers are an integral part on the lives of the elderly in the US. Seeing a caregiver shortage in the country strikes an alarm and needs full attention.
Why are Social Workers Considered Essential to Society?
Social Work. Truly, the aim of this profession is not for pecuniary gains but to make long lasting impacts and changes in society and individuals.
Ultimate Guide for Seniors Vaccination in Sarasota Florida
To beat COVID-19, all elderly people 65 years and above and resident of Sarasota are advised to participate in the vaccination program by the government.
9 Effective Ways to Protect the Elderly from Heart Disease
Heart disease is a leading cause of mortality in America affecting the elderly. These 9 tips can be used to prevent them from certain heart related conditions.
Understanding Medicare and Its Benefits to the Elderly
This article aims to explain the purpose of Medicare, whom it benefits, the options available for those who enroll in it and how to best maximize its benefits.
Is There an Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Available for Elderly Today?
As COVID-19 vaccines arrived, CDC announced that adults aged 65 years and above will be first to receive the Covid-19 vaccination. But how effective can it be?
7 Tips To Cope With Depression, Isolation On Elderly During COVID-19
For the past 12 months, the effect of crisis from the pandemic has been challenging for many, including the elderly. We hope that these tips will truly benefit them.
5 Veterans Aid and Attendance Qualification Tips You'll Need in 2021
When it comes to the Veterans Aid and Attendance Qualifications Benefit that are accrued to seniors of the country, knowing the right information is important.
Tips For Biz Owners Getting Into Home Health Care Franchise
Owning a Home Health Care Franchise that provides service to senior members of your community is a rewarding career. These 10 tips will help get you started.
How Seasonal Affective Disorders Can Affect The Elderly
Seasonal affective disorder is a health condition, a form of depression usually seen at certain times of the year. It's a depressive disorder that's recurrent
10 Guides To Beat Seasonal Affective Disorder On Seniors
Seasonal Affective Disorder is a serious medical condition. It is life-threatening that mostly affects the seniors during the holiday called winter blues.
7 New Tech Gadgets for Elderly to Make Life Easier in 2021
Finally we have a new technology breakthrough gadgets and devices available in 2021 to help the elderly with Alzheimer's, hearing problems and frequent falls.
5 In Home Care Tips on Elderly with Dementia & Alzheimer's
How do you care for elderly parent with Dementia and Alzheimer's at home? These 5 tips can help you optimize your strategy and reduce the burden of caregiving
This FS Protects Your Seniors During Flu Season and COVID-19 Pandemic
Fall months bring us the Flu Season. As COVID-19 still a serious health threat, experts are wary about our seniors. Here's what you need to know to protect them from Flu
12 Smart Tips to Aid Vision and Hearing Loss in Older Adults
Dual sensory impairment such as vision and hearing loss in older adults truly affects their quality of living. Here are 12 Smart Tips to help them cope with it.
10 Tips To Increase Your Chance of Hiring In Home Caregivers
Increase your chance of hiring in home caregiver in your area. Know these tips and practices that senior care industries are implementing in hiring caregivers.
Is Long Term Care Insurance Worth It In 2020? We've Answers
Is long term care insurance worth it in 2020? Find out what is the cost of long term care insurance in 2020 and other things you can use with your care policy.
The 7 Ways to Optimize In-Home Senior Care During COVID-19
Around 5 million In-Home Care seniors in the US are the most vulnerable to COVID-19. Learn how this 7 actionable steps will reshape our pandemic responses.
How The Support Group Online Eases Dementia Care at Home
Providing Care to elderly with Dementia can be challenging to Caregivers. Here's a detailed information about how Support Group Online makes it a lot easier.
How to Boost your Immune Health and Beat Coronavirus Disease
Know the different ways and supplements to take in order to strengthen your immune health and reduce the risk of infection against COVID-19.
How is Elderly Nursing Home Care Lockdown Affecting your Loved Ones?
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, many nursing home care for elderly facilities have had to shut down in order to help contain the spread of the deadly viral disease.
The Plight of Caregivers in America: Caregiving Support Groups 2020
According to the Caregiving Support Groups research study for 2020, the number of Americans providing unpaid care has increased over the last five years. Read more of that information here.
5 Golden Rules About Home Caring for Elderly in their Own Home
Here are 5 exemplary golden rules on home caring for elderly in their own home that will help you safeguard the health of an elderly under your care.
10 Steps to Start a Successful Private Caregiver Agency Business
Caregiver agency business needs small capital and is easy to set up. These 10 basic steps to start your own caregiver agency will get yourself up and running.
5 Crucial Senior Home Care Options During The Pandemic
The article covers senior care options like independent living and home care versus living facilities like independent, assisted, and nursing homes.
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.
5 Senior In-Home Caregiving Tips in the New Normal
Today's current situation has prompted family members to care for their senior parent at their own home. Here are 5 helpful tips to maximize your care for your seniors at home.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers on Covid19 and the Elderly
How to protect our elderly people is our main concern. Here, we answer the most common question about COVID-19 and some precautions elderly people should take.
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.
Home Care After Surgery, Three Urgent Things You Need to Know Now
After surgery patients are at risk of many things like falls and medication dosage. Home care after surgery needs a private nurse or a home health care aides.
Vision Loss and Macular Degeneration to Elderly Family Members
Aging sometimes comes with eye changes which reduce visual acuity,
and in some cases lead to vision loss. Loss of vision amongst the senior population is a health issue of major health concern.
Why Heart Attack on American Women is More Alarming than Cancer
Heart disease in women is now a major cause of death in American females. Heart disease in women trumps cancer as a leading cause of morbidity and mortality.
What Are Home Care, Private Duty Home and Senior Home Healthcare
The terms Home Care, Senior Home Health Care and Private Duty Home Care are very often confused with each other and used interchangeably by some people.
Coping with Cancer Diagnosis and Keep Living a Normal Life
Having a diagnosis of any type of cancer is not an easy news to take in and it is important to know how best to cope with the condition.
How to Care and Protect your Elderly Parent from COVID-19
Updated May 2021 - Protect your elderly parent from COVID-19. Know about its symptom, treatment, vaccine and prevention to keep your elderly safe.
Life After a Stroke | RIGHT ACCORD Blog
A stroke is a sudden interruption in the blood supply of the brain. Surviving a stroke is no easy feat. Life after a stroke is a whole new world all together.
What is Dementia, What is Alzheimer's, are they Related to Each
Many people uses the terms Dementia and Alzheimer's disease interchangeably but are they the same? No they are not. So this article comprehensively discusses the difference between Dementia and Alzheimer's as well as other Dementia related diseases.