Portland's Trusted In-Home Care is Right at Home

 

Greater Portland Home Care ServicesWelcome to Right at Home in Portland. Our licensed agency provides in home care services for families in Portland, Beaverton, and the entire Tri-county area. 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 can help. We start by creating a Custom Care Plan that is specifically designed to provide the level of personalized service that each of our clients require.

We provide quality in-home care services for seniors and disabled adults ranging from companionship and light housekeeping to transportation assistance, personal hygiene assistance, and nurse-supervised medication administration and in-home care services. Our services are offered for a few hours a day or week, up to 24/7 care.

If you have questions or would like to arrange a free, no obligation in-home consultation please contact us by phone or email.

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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.

Daily Activities Planner

Use our easy online tool to create a printable schedule of daily activities for your loved one.

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Our experience with Right At Home Greater Portland has been a good one. The staff has been very responsive to our needs and any issues have been addressed quickly and quietly. Two years ago, I contacted RAH for assistance. My uncles health was failing and he asked that I become his guardian. His only request was that I try to keep him in his home for as long as possible. I am pleased to say that except for several hospital stays, he is still able to be at home with caring people from this agency. He looks forward to his daily "visits" with his caregivers, and truly appreciates their commitment to helping him maintain his independence.

L.O.