Brighton, MI
(810) 225-4724

COVID-19 Safety Protocols and Emergency Preparedness

Right at Home Brighton, MI’s greatest priority is the health and well-being of our clients and caregivers. As a society, we are facing unprecedented challenges presented by the coronavirus (COVID-19). As a leading provider of home care services, we recognize our team serves a vulnerable population, and we take that privilege very seriously. Potential exposure will remain lowest for those who can stay in their homes, wherever they may call home, with limited outside contact. It is our desire to work with you and your family to maintain this option for your loved one.

As part of our standard operating procedures, Right at Home of Brighton, MI caregivers are trained on ways to reduce the risk of illness. We all have the responsibility to remain vigilant about good handwashing. This cannot be overstated. Right at Home of Brighton, MI continues to actively monitor the recommendations and guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, and our state and local departments of health. COVID-19 is creating many “never before” moments that we are all working through together. We thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your loved ones. If you should have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our office at any time.

Right at Home offers caregiving services for almost any family/individual in practically any situation. If you have a loved one who is currently unable to attend adult day care, our in home service is here to provide the care needed on a temporary basis during the CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) outbreak/pandemic.


We will:

  • Assist with Personal Care, Companionship and Homemaker services.
  • Overnight stay for safety, supervision, and assistance.
  • Light housekeeping / Errands / Pickup Medications.
  • Standby assistance with personal hygiene & dressing needs.
  • Assist in getting ready for bed.
  • Available 24 Hours-a-Day.
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