• Right at Home Participates in Study to Improve Aging for Seniors

    January 09, 2015

    Right at Home, an international in-home care franchise, is working with researchers from Harvard Medical School’s Department of Health Care Policy and ClearCare, the provider of software that the Right at Home franchise system uses to better monitor clients to improve at-home senior health care. Read Full Story »

  • Right at Home Announces National Caregiver of the Year

    April 01, 2014

    Right at Home’s Caregiver of the Year Program publicly recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of a select group of caregivers who deliver extraordinary care to Right at Home clients. Read Full Story »

  • Right at Home Launches in Brisbane, Bringing In-home Senior Care Solutions to Aging Australians

    March 12, 2014

    Number of Seniors in Australia Expected to Double; Signals Growing Demand for Senior Care Read Full Story »

  • Warn Your Aging Loved Ones About Tax Scams

    February 12, 2014

    BBB warns, be wary of any communications claiming to be from the IRS! Read Full Story »

  • BBB Warns: Don't Call Back!

    February 12, 2014

    This “One Ring Scam” is a part of a practice called phone cramming. Victims are subsequently billed not only for the incoming international call if they answer, but also the unwanted “premium service,” which typically appears as a $19.95 charge on one’s cell phone bill. In some cases, crammers may only put a small charge, so as not to arouse suspicion. Read Full Story »

  • 100th Franchisee Training Class Marks Monumental Success for Right at Home

    February 11, 2014

    Right at Home, a leading in-home senior care franchise with more than 350 locations in 44 states nationwide and a presence in six countries globally, continues to meet and exceed the growing demand for quality services. The Omaha-based brand recently demonstrated its leadership in the industry by completing its 100th training class, reaching a major milestone for its growing system. Read Full Story »

  • Thinking Ahead: Deciding Where to Live After Retirement

    January 31, 2014

    Staying in your own home. This is the preference of a majority of people—more than 90 percent, according to the AARP. Staying in a long-time home offers many advantages, especially if your home is comfortable and housekeeping and maintenance are not a problem. At home, you have continued access to familiar services, friends and other established connections. Thinking ahead, would your home still be a good fit if you were to become ill or disabled? What home modifications and support services could adapt it to your needs? Read Full Story »

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