Your Loved One Deserves the Best of Care
Whether a family member needs a little extra help around the house, assistance recovering from a hospital stay or someone to check in on them throughout the week, Right at Home's in-home care is the answer. Our care services are built around your specific needs.
Our Caretakers are specially trained to provide just the services your loved one needs. We modify our custom care plan for your family member as their needs change, allowing them to live at home as long as possible.
We know you are busy raising your family, caring for an aging mother or father and balancing your career. Caregiving for a loved one can take its toll and change family dynamics. We know providing care for a loved one can become highly stressful – whether your loved one lives down the street or thousand of miles away.
Parkinson's Caregiver Telephone Support Group
Are you caring for a loved one with Parkinson's? Right at Home Grand Rapids & Kent County offers a telephone support group for caregivers who have a hard time leaving their home, live in a more remote area or find travel difficult. You will gain information about Parkinson’s Disease as well as share your experiences and learn from others about caring for a Parkinson’s patient.
Parkinson's Support Group
Learn more about our Pet Therapy Program!
Meet our Therapy dogs - Bella and Emma >>
Bella and Emma are trained to provide affection and comfort to people in hospitals, retirement homes, nursing homes and to people with learning difficulties. Interested in meeting these two dolls?
The American Senior Communities talks about the benefits of therapy animals for seniors. "Seniors suffer from depression usually as a result of loneliness or isolation, either because friends and family members cannot visit on a regular basis, or they aren’t as active as they previously were. Perhaps a loving spouse has passed away. Contact with therapy animals can bring some withdrawn seniors out of their shells, making them happier and more communicative.
Studies show that seniors who are active and always around others, or who own a pet decline in health far less rapidly than isolated or depressed seniors." - source.