Information & Support
We understand that choosing care can be difficult, that’s why we try and support you to make the process as simple as possible.
If you decide on home care, there are several questions you should ask to ensure that your loved one will stay safe, healthy and happy
We understand that choosing care can be difficult, that’s why we try and support you to make the process as simple as possible. Right at Home can provide you with the knowledge you need to make an informed decision about homecare. When you make contact with us, you will be provided with an approximate quote before undertaking a homecare assessment to confirm the level and type of care required.
To us, homecare is providing an exceptional level of care to those wanting to live independently in their own home. It is also an alternative to residential care. Homecare covers a whole range of services enabling you to continue living in the comfort of your own home, from companionship and medication reminders through to light housekeeping, personal care and cooking meals.
At Right at Home, we think our Clients’ care and support should extend beyond the home and where possible, we like to get our Clients out and about in the local community. Whether it’s a trip to the hairdressers or a weekly crafts club, we can help our Clients to continue living an active and healthy lifestyle.
Your health is affected by a number of different factors such as your family’s medical history and the environment and climate you live in. There are factors that we can control or take preventative measures to support us in keeping healthy.
It is recommended that you eat a variety of food from different food groups and include 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day. You should also try and drink plenty of fluids. If you want to learn more about maintaining a balanced diet you can read the Eatwell Guide from the NHS.
Regular exercise has a whole host of benefits, such as protecting you from heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, non insulin-dependent diabetes, obesity, back pain, osteoporosis, and can improve your mood and help you to better manage stress.