Companionship & Respite Care
Providing stimulating activities with a focus on brain health. Communication is key to a positive relationship and therefore our team are trained to zone in on people’s interests. One of the models of care we follow is called CAR, which stands for Communication, Attitudes and Response. Providing any respite to family caregivers. As a family caregiver, having the ability to take a break makes you a better family caregiver because it can recharge you physically, emotionally and spiritually. Your loved ones also benefit from respite. Introducing a new caregiver provides the mental stimulation that keeps a mind sharp.
Ensuring a safe environment and providing light housekeeping including laundry and ironing, making beds and changing linens, dust and vacuum, organize and clean closets, take out the trash, assist with pet care.
Meals & Nutrition
Menu preparation and meal prep focusing on a well-balanced diet and fresh, home cooked meals. From grocery shopping to the meal prep, we have you covered!
One on one transportation to doctor’s appointments, general shopping, grocery shopping, hairdresser/barber appointments, medical testing and outpatient procedures, prescription drop-off and pick-up, religious services, concerts, plays, lectures, special family events like weddings, therapy sessions, etc.
Our trained caregivers provide compassionate assistance with bathing, toileting, incontinence care, personal hygiene, dressing and grooming.
Developmental Disabilities Support
Our team are highly trained by Dr. Nightingale who has a background in supporting people with Developmental Disabilities (including his own daughter.) We provide attendant care that is unique in that cognitive stimulation and positive engagement is a key component of our care approach. Dr. Nightingale has a special interest and professional training in Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Royal Brit Home Care are contracted by the State of Arizona to provide attendant care to those with Developmental Disabilities.
All our team, including board members and managers, have completed our training program My Dreams of Being: Inclusion of Reality™. This program was developed by – and is taught by – Dr Daniel Nightingale, Clinical Dementia Specialist and Medical Director at RBHC. This means we deliver a unique support service that separates us from other in home care providers. Our focus on brain health gives us the opportunity to teach the team techniques they can use with clients that improve cognition and independence.
Hospital to Home Transitional Care
Offering one on one transportation from hospital or rehab to home. This is a unique service covering 4 hours of support which includes transportation, pick up prescriptions or groceries, review discharge instructions, ensure safety in the home, prepare a meal, etc. This service also includes a 30 minute phone consultation with Dr. Nightingale. Additional hours can be added as needed.
Hospice Supportive Care
There is sometimes a misunderstanding that hospice provides 24 hour, round the clock care. This is not the case. We can provide trained caregivers to support the hospice team during this difficult transition. We collaborate with hospice to provide true person centered care that supports and meets the holistic needs of both client and family members.
This is not an exhaustive list. We can customize our services to meet your care needs. Call us at any time to discuss your requirements.