There is no single roadmap for the aging journey. Whether you are plotting a course for your own future, or you’re helping a loved one, chances are you will run into obstacles you hadn’t anticipated. For decades, families all over the world have trusted Right at Home to guide them through these times.
We don’t believe there should be secrets when it comes to aging, so we are sharing our best tips, along with the combined knowledge of our global network of aging experts. Our guides can help you get ahead of, or overcome, some of the more challenging aspects of the aging journey.
Fall Prevention Guide
It’s important that you take time to assess an aging loved one’s house for anything that might be a health risk.
With the vast majority of older adults wanting to remain in their homes as they age, it’s essential to identify the potential roadblocks and how to address them. Certain aging and health challenges can affect everyday activities.
Adult Caregiving Guide
You’re happy to be able to help your aging loved one, but it isn’t always easy. And knowing when you may need some extra help can also be a challenge. Don’t ignore the signs that your loved one’s needs are changing
Supporting Loved Ones With Dementia or Cognitive Change
Right at Home’s approach to dementia care and cognitive support is built on the belief that every person living with dementia or cognitive change can interact with their surroundings and connect in new ways with their loved ones.
Understanding Grief: A Guide for Grieving Caregivers
Grief associated with the loss or the expected loss of a loved one can be overwhelming. Intense and often unexpected emotions can feel unmanageable and unending.