Defining Our Success Through the Words of Clients and Loved Ones
Nothing means more to Right at Home Grand Junction's leaders and care staff than the words of clients, clients' families, and their loved ones. Their opinions, comments, and feedback are vital to consistently providing the professional, personal, and compassionate care clients deserve. We're proud of what our clients and their loved ones regularly share with us because it helps make us better at what we do, serving you.
Review us on Google
Go to our Google Listing, sign into your Google Account, and the form will automatically open. Fill out the number of stars you rate us and be sure to write about your experience. When finished, simply click "Post".
Review us on Caring.com
Go to our Caring.com Page. When the review window pops up, select the star rating, complete the three line form, and click "Submit my Review".
Review us on Facebook
Visit our Facebook Reviews Page and sign into Facebook. On the page's left side, it will ask "Do you recommend Right at Home?" Select your recommendation, leave feedback, and click "Done."
See what our clients and their loved ones are saying about us.
"She would do a lot of transfers and help guide exercising. She would do some mild housekeeping as well. She would prepare lunch and read to her." — Kathleen
"It makes things a lot easier because the caregiver makes it so I have time to do other things." — Charles
"She made James smile, which is a good thing. She showed compassion through her tone of voice and the questions she asked." — Genevieve
"They are extremely pleasant. If we have a question, they will answer it with a smile." — Terry
"Vicky peeled apples for me so we could make a pie." — Deanna
"I have Susan and she's the best. She always shows up on time, she's very courteous, and she does her job well. Her conduct is perfect." — Wayne
"I appreciate that my caregivers does a good job and they come when I want them to. I think that David, the owner, has a lot to do with that. He seems to know what I need." — Carole
"She brought movies that they could watch together to pass the time. She had a willingness to do things and had a nice tone of voice. She would have nice conversations." — Kathleen
"I am very satisfied with them. Sometimes they ask me if they can throw stuff away that I have had for a long time and I pitch it. They also always ask me how I am doing when they come in." — Ralph