RightConversations

What is RightConversations?

RightConversations is a practical approach for effective communication between you and your loved ones. The tools included in our guides offer the opportunity to build a strong foundation to reduce caregiver distress while helping loved ones remain in the comfort of their homes.

The videos below illustrate the RightConversations series.

Sibling Confusion

This video discusses the questions siblings may have about the best way to design a care strategy for an aging parent. RightConversations can take the guesswork out of the planning process.


Having the Conversation Between Adult Children and an Aging Parent

This video describes when adult children may notice their elderly loved one may be needing assistance. The video discusses the fears an aging parent may have about losing his/her independence, and how family caregivers sometimes can have challenging conversations with their aging relative, and yet grow the relationship with love and compassion


How Can Family Caregivers Plan for the Conversation?

This video discusses how the need to have the conversation can come about gradually or all at once because of the effects of aging. This video illustrates the three supporting pieces – Communication Planner, Family Action Planner and Information Journal.

Cannot say enough wonderful things about Right at Home. Right at Home was originally hired just to help with medications for my 83-year-old father as he was alone in his home while his four daughters live in another state. As anyone that has an elderly loved one that lives out of state knows...it's hard to worry from afar. It was a great relief to know that Right at Home was checking on him and keeping in touch with us. The nurse was trustworthy, caring, kind and just fantastic in every way. Right at Home spent much time on the phone with us to help choose and get him into a rehab facility after he was sick last year, which I always felt was above and beyond. Just recently I was up visiting with my father because he had developed an infection. My dad refused to go to the hospital and the nurse from Right at Home stayed with us for an extra 4 hours or so until we could finally get the help my father desperately needed at the hospital. Again above and beyond. The Right at Home nurse was like an angel during this stressful time. Five stars is not enough to rate how much Right at Home helped us with our dad.

Mr. Heineman

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