The Right Care, Right at Home in Louisville

Whether a family member needs a little extra help around the house, assistance recovering from a hospital stay or someone to check in on them throughout the week, Right at Home's in-home care is the answer. Our care services are built around your specific needs.

Our Caretakers are specially trained to provide just the services your loved one needs. We modify our custom care plan for your family member as their needs change, allowing them to live at home as long as possible.

Call today and schedule a complimentary in-home consultation to assess your needs. 502-897-0580

 

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Care Assessment

The more we know about your family, the easier it is to recommend specific services that may help with your particular situation. For personalized suggestions, take our Five-Minute Care Assessment.

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Care Scenarios

There are a few universal challenges of aging that many families experience. To see what kinds of services may benefit you and your family’s situation, see what helps similar families in our Care Scenarios.

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While one of our staff members, Lacey Newton, was making rounds at one of our hospitals she thought she was in the way of one of the physicians.  Lacey offered to get "out of the way" and the lead physician, said, "no stay with us.   You all are very important to the patients after they go home." 

While Diane was tracking down a patient on another wing, a CHF RN came up to me, introduced herself and said, "I am working with Mrs. S.   I know you went home with her when she was originally discharged.  She is back in the hospital but because of a medication adjustment.   There was nothing any of us could have done to foresee this.  However, she will be going home in a few days and we want you to go home with her again.  She was very happy with the time your caregivers spent with her and she wants you with her while she adjusts to the new meds.  Thank you all so much for what you are doing here." 

Staff at UofL Hospital