Welcome to Care Right, Inc

Do you need guidance with an aging loved one and care decisions? Do you have a Grab and Go binder? Often, caregiving falls on the shoulders of the family members. In time, compassion fatigue is likely to occur because of the overwhelming responsibilities of caring for an aging loved one. Family caregivers are burned out, worried about losing their jobs, experience strained relationships with their spouses, siblings, and the aging parent, and are physically and

Life Home Health Creates Moments of Joy

At LIFE Home Health, our vision is to create one million moments of joy in the lives of our clients, employees, and community. We take an integrative approach, spending the time to understand each client’s passion and purpose to guide their plan of care. Our team members are Engagement Specialists who live by our core values of living fully, inspiring others, having fun with purpose and engaging the community. “We don’t just have our vision

Amada Senior Care of Southwest Florida– How to Pay for Senior Care?

We are often asked about payment options for private-duty senior care, which is not covered by health insurance. This is a typical question, since we’re all concerned about protecting our finances. Nevertheless, when the need for help arises, Amada Senior Care can recommend several options. Many people have long-term care insurance, which can absorb the expense of senior care, either in their home or at a care community. Since these policies were usually purchased years

Ask a Doctor: Talking About Isolation and Loneliness

Social isolation is a serious problem with older adults that is expected to increase. There are many reasons we become isolated as we age, including loss of a loved one; health challenges like low vision, hearing impairment, limited mobility; and external barriers such as lack of transportation. Dr. Elise Reinhard discusses why your Primary Care Provider (PCP) is a good person to tell about feelings of isolation and loneliness. Why should I tell my PCP

Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

It’s very difficult when your loved one has been diagnosed with Dementia because there are so many questions surrounding that news. And now you find yourself in the position of caregiver which can be difficult and overwhelming especially if you’re still working and have a family. One of the most important things to remember is you’re not alone. In 2017, 16 million caregivers of people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia’s provided an estimated

Conflict & Family Caregivers – What You Need to Know

Conflict is a normal, natural part of everyone’s life. Factors that can exacerbate conflict include the well-known things to avoid in polite conversation: religion, politics and money. For families, these big three topics quickly trigger emotions that can be difficult to defuse and when things go awry the aftermath can be felt for decades. According to a May 2018 AARP article “Millennials: The Emerging Generation of Family Caregivers,” there are 40 million family caregivers in