It doesn’t matter if you’re here because you’re looking for help living independently, or if you want to make sure someone you love has the support they need to stay in their home. We believe there’s more to caring for people than just providing in-home assistance. You deserve a care partner that understands the course of your journey and will help navigate the road ahead. Whether it’s preparing a meal or providing 24-hour care, we will be there for you.
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Owner Claudine Marosi-Dein
From the time I was in 11th grade, I knew I wanted to pursue accounting as a career. My education is as follows: Associates degree from Oakland Community College in Business; Bachelor’s Degree from Walsh College in Accounting; Masters of Science (in professional accounting) from Walsh College.
I was born and raised on West Bloomfield Michigan, where my parents, who came to this country from Europe, owned a tool and die shop. I am the youngest of three kids. I have a sister who lives in New Jersey and a brother who lives in Grand Rapids. I have lived in Michigan my entire life. I have a daughter, Toni, who is 20 years old and is studying Marketing. I live with my 2 dogs, Bella (a French mastiff) and Shelby (a miniature schnauzer) and my fiance Scott. I enjoy exercising, boating, snowmobiling and being with great friends.
While attending college, I worked at a bakery. I would get up at 3am, open the store, and leave at noon to go to class. I started my professional career out working in the food industry, primarily produce. I worked at a Banana House in the eastern market. I started out as an inventory clerk to accounts payable and eventually Controller. It was an invaluable experience and luckily, I also met my mentor during this time. If it weren’t for her, I probably would not have been as driven or successful. I remained in the “food” world for about 12 years, where I ended as the Controller of a Grocery Store Chain. Unfortunately, with the ever changing economy, the stores went out of business and forced me to a new industry.
I was hired as the Business Manager of the great lakes division of an orthopedic implant company. Zimmer Great Lakes sold orthopedic replacement parts (hips, knees, elbows, shoulders, plates and screws). ZGL was a sole distributor of implants for a 5 billion dollar global corporation, Zimmer. My role, along with my responsibilities, continued to grow until I was promoted to Vice President of Finance and Compliance Officer. In 2013, when the president announced he was retiring, I took the opportunity to think about becoming an entrepreneur. Although I had a wonderful career, I was tired of being “behind the desk”. I wanted to build something from the ground up and make it mine. I had been tossing the idea around for quite some time and this as a “sign”.
I spent months researching business. Locally owned businesses, franchises…everything. Nothing really appealed to me until one day I was on a franchise website and saw Right At Home listed. As I researched the company, I became more intrigued. During a time when my aging mother was not doing well, it felt “right”. So, in April 2014, I gave up a wonderful rewarding career and opened up my first 2 Right At Home territories. In 2015, I added an addition territory.
In my spare time I am on the Executive Board of Directors for the Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce. I am the Treasurer for a non-profit, Senior Coordinating Aging Network that raises money for Meals on Wheels. I am on the Board of Directors for the Allen Park Chamber of Commerce and I teach at the Young Entrepreneurs Academy at University of Michigan Dearborn.
During his years working as a hospital administrator, our founder Allen Hager watched many patients, especially seniors, leave the hospital and return home. But they did not necessarily return to health. Allen found that, once at home, a lot of his former patients were unable to care for themselves. He knew that with a little help, most of these people could lead healthy, happy lives in their homes. This became the idea for Right at Home.
After talking to dozens of families about the challenges they faced and what kinds of care would help, he became a certified nursing assistant to experience firsthand the needs of people who required professional assistance to continue living at home.
Today, with the help of Allen’s insights, Right at Home has grown to over 600 locations that serve tens of thousands of clients across the U.S. and around the world.
Put simply, our mission is to improve the quality of life for those we serve. Of course, we recognize that everyone’s idea of “quality of life” is different, which is why it’s so important to us to make you an active part of your own care plan. We want you to be in the driver’s seat regardless of any limitations or challenges you’re facing.
Most of all, we believe aging isn’t just about staying healthy, safe and independent. It’s also about living well.
Globally, an estimated 70 million people with disabilities have no access to a wheelchair. Those who cannot walk must crawl or be carried to their destination. In collaboration with a network of like-minded partners, Free Wheelchair Mission has distributed more than 1 million wheelchairs to people with disabilities in 93 developing countries around the world, providing renewed dignity, independence and hope through the gift of mobility, at no cost to the recipient.
As an organization, our work with Free Wheelchair Mission began in 2016 as we looked for a partner that would help us further our mission of improving lives worldwide. To date, our team’s efforts have raised more than $400,000 that has funded over 5,000 wheelchairs, which were distributed through life-changing Vision Trips to Vietnam, Ecuador and Costa Rica.