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In any of the above cases, if you’re a concern family member who has power of attorney over their healthcare needs, then we can help you find the right healthcare company. We feel that you shouldn’t have to compromise the care of your loved one when ever you contract a home healthcare company. And our guide should help you not only choose the right one but help you establish an effective relationship.
Finding the right home health care agency for your loved one can be trying. One of the best pieces of advice that we offer to the families of our patients is to be involved. What we mean about that is to just really take an active part in the treatment and recovery process. Because in this way it can not only have a positive effect on the patient but the whole family as well. This is also a important thing to look for when searching for the right home healthcare agency. How easy do they make it for you to remain involved in the care of their patients. This is why we encourage people to ask these questions while they’re screening healthcare agencies. So be sure to ask questions like “how often treatment plans are reassessed” and “the metrics used to monitor a patient’s care and medical progress?” These are things that are important to know and things that you deserve to know.
We’ve collected a few more questions; mostly focusing on treatment methods, that you shouldn’t hesitate to ask:
Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association
27 Governor Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
F: 203-431-6583, or