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Are you responsible for someone in your family that fits into either of these categories?
In both cases, if you’re the family member who has power of attorney over their health care needs you will need to begin the process of contracting an appropriate health care company.
Caring for an elderly loved one can be very difficult but it isn’t a challenge that you have to face alone. There are a wide range of home healthcare agencies in Connecticut that specialize in providing the type of care that your loved one is in need of. But the problem with this is that finding the right home healthcare company can be a journey unto itself. For one thing, situations like this are often strained so much so that you may just be looking for the fastest relief possible. But it is important that you do not go that route. To get the most of out home healthcare you need to be discerning about which company you hire.
Out of all the tools at your disposal while you’re screening healthcare agencies, arguably the most important is your ability to ask good questions. This will help you discover facts about these different agencies and will give you a good idea of how they match-up with your needs. Below we have provided a series of specific health care questions to get you started. These are in no means a comprehensive list and ultimately the questions you ask should properly reflect your own situation.
Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association
27 Governor Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
F: 203-431-6583, or