Our mission has always been to improve the quality of life for the seniors and adults with disabilities we serve. That means it's always about the people we serve and our dedicated team of caregivers and office members who work tirelessly to care for clients. We live and breathe our mission every day, with the goal of helping you navigate the journey. These are the people who work to bring you and your loved ones the highest caliber of in‑home care.
Lucky Iselen was born and raised in Nigeria. He has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Science and Industrial Technology. He migrated into the United States in 1995 to further his career in Industrial Technology. For several years he worked as a database programmer until 2002 when he ventured into Right At Home. Lucky was initially attracted to the caring nature of the home care business and remains passionate about providing home care to the elderly in the comfort of their homes. He fondly says that the health care industry was initially an unfamiliar territory for him. Running a 24/7 business in which he is entrusted with the care of others has its challenges. However, he would definitely do it all over again.
Ronke Iselen was born in Washington, DC and raised in Nigeria. She moved back to the United States in 1995 to further her education. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science and Administrative Studies including a postgraduate degree in Public Administration from California State University, Hayward. Ronke has more than 10 years of administrative experience with the Internal Revenue Service and the Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. She joined Right at Home in 2005 to assist Lucky in developing and expanding the business. Ronke is a Certified Senior Advisor and is involved in her community, including participating with her children at various food drives and other events.
Ronke and Lucky have been married since October of 2000 and are blessed with three children. Their children have a solid understanding of the aging process because it’s all they have ever know their parents involved in and it is very important to Ronke & Lucky that their children “have a selfless attitude and have compassion for the elderly.”