We are Marin's trusted provider of in-home care
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As we grow older, our ability to live independently becomes one of our most cherished possessions. Often, all that's needed for seniors to continue living in the comfort and familiarity of their own home is assistance from someone who cares. Whether you or a family member needs a little extra help around the house, assistance while recovering from a hospital stay, or attentive and compassionate round-the-clock care, Right at Home's personalized in-home care services may well be the answer.
We're Right at Home in Marin County
We are a locally owned, full-service homecare agency serving all of Marin County. Our goal is to help seniors and disabled adults live safely and independently in their own homes for as long as possible. As Marin's trusted name in dependable homecare, Right at Home is a proud member of the Home Care Association of America and the San Rafael Chamber.
Call us to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation or contact us to learn more today!
Right at Home Gives Back
Right at Home believes in and aspires to a strong support community for our clients and their families. We're investing in a bright future for seniors in Marin by supporting worthy local causes such as Senior Access and Memory Care Cafe. Right at Home also supports national organizations such as Alzheimers Association and is a national partner of National Parkinson Foundation's Moving Day.
Mountain Climb for Charity
On January 15, 2015, Right at Home Marin owners Ariana and Chuck ventured to the top of the bottom of the world by summiting Mt Vinson, the highest mountain in Antarctica! The climb was a fundraiser for Senior Access, Marin's day program for older adults with memory loss. Click here to learn about the trip: Ariana's Campaign.
Moving Day San Francisco
Chuck Nuzum and Ariana Myers with other Northern California Right at Home owners and staff members. Right at Home is a proud sponsor of the National Parkinson Foundation Moving Day walk. To view more photos from the event please click here.
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.
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.
Daily Activities Planner
Use our easy online tool to create a printable schedule of daily activities for your loved one.Get Started »
Senior Access provides a daytime club for folks with dementia and caregiver support and respite. We offer 4 - 6 caregiver education workshops each year. Thanks to Ariana and Lena at Right at Home, we are able to offer onsite care during the workshops.
I know for a fact that at least 2 of our caregivers would NOT have been able to attend the workshop without onsite care! Ruthie, the caregiver from Right at Home, was so lovely and took such great care of our clients, who are quite frail. At one point, I noticed that Ruthie pulled her chair up very close to one client in order to interact more closely with her, creating a nice warm space of acceptance and love.
Ruthie went with the flow entirely (one person for care, then two. . .) as did Ariana and Lena. ..it must be part of the culture of care at Right At Home!
Thank you, Ariana, Lena and Ruthie! We could not offer quality care at our workshops without you!
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Our Specialized Care for Alzheimer's and Other Dementias
Right at Home is committed to helping our clients with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, as well as mild cognitive impairment, enjoy the most meaningful and highest quality of life possible.
Right at Home Profiled in Marin Independent Journal
Read more about Right at Home Marin as profiled in the Marin Independent Journal.