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Right at Home provides in-home care services to clients and equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other legally protected class, characteristic or practice, in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws. Most Right at Home offices are independently owned and operated under a franchise agreement with Right at Home, LLC. Each franchised unit employs the caregiving staff.

Caregivers must spend at least 80% of their work time providing fellowship, care and protection for clients. Any general household work must be less than 20% of the caregiver's working time during each shift.

This website only provides a general description of caregiver duties. Interested individuals should directly contact a local Right at Home office for detailed information for your particular circumstances.

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"I only needed them for one night. I would say that they did exactly what was asked of them. I didn't have to worry while I was gone, they could call me at any time. They came and played a game with my loved one while I was away. I really enjoyed the owner. He was very helpful. They allowed my husband to win their game for the night. They were easy-going and easy-spirited."

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"We tell people that they are flexible and good communicators. Without having this care, she would be having a hard time, and I would have no life. Occasionally, I have to teach them something, but they are very knowledgeable and very teachable. They text me, so we stay in touch very well. They have been great. They are very amenable, friendly, and knowledgeable in terms of working with elders. They are a great combination of caregiver and companions."

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