Our mission has always been to improve the quality of life for the seniors and adults with disabilities we serve. That means it's always about the people we serve and our dedicated team of caregivers and office members who work tirelessly to care for clients. We live and breathe our mission every day, with the goal of helping you navigate the journey. These are the people who work to bring you and your loved ones the highest caliber of in‑home care.
Owner Larry Heihn found Right at Home to be the perfect business for him. He was drawn to Right at Home's mission of improving the quality of life of those we serve and the way Right at Home's employees live up to that mission each day. The office culture is one based on the Golden Rule, “Do unto other as you would have them do unto you.” Everyone wants to know that some one cares about them. To truly connect with caregivers and clients they must see this principle lived out in our actions and our words.
In 2014, Larry's wife’s mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. They visited her in Washington and witnessed the unfavorable living conditions she was in at that time. The family began to look for a nursing home due to Larry's wife’s four siblings not being able to provide the care she needed. One of her biggest fears they heard then and even now was, “please don’t put me in a nursing home.” Larry and his wife decided to move her down to Arkansas to live with them where she would be her mother's full-time caregiver. It taught them much about the importance of taking care of the one’s we love.
Larry has been married for over 23 years and has two children. Outside of Right at Home, Larry enjoys going to the gym, swimming, exploring the great outdoors such as national parks, physical work, and reading, especially the word of God.
Brittany is the Care Manager for Right at Home of Central Arkansas. She has been on staff since January 2020. Brittany was born and raised in Inverness, Florida and graduated from Citrus High School in 2010. She was very involved in peer counseling and working with underprivileged children. She moved to Arkansas in 2010 to be closer to her dad and to attend college.
Brittany is a Nursing school graduate with her AND. She was a manager for Outback Steakhouse for the last 6 years. Brittany spent her spare time working as a caregiver. She is the mother of a beautiful little girl and enjoys spending as much time with her family as possible. Brittany has always had a passion for helping anyone that needs it and has always gone above and beyond to do so. Brittany has a passion for music and has played the drums and keyboard for 15 years. She continues to play music in her free time.
Hannah Geiling is the scheduler with Right at Home of Central Arkansas. She has a background as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Surgical Tech, and Scheduler. She was born and raised in Jessieville and currently lives there with her daughter.Hannah is a strong believer in the power of positive thinking in the workplace and has a passion for caring for seniors.
Michelle serves as the Operations Manager for Right at Home of Central Arkansas. Michelle has a wide array of careers and experiences. She is a Registered Nurse (RN) having completed her nurse training in Clark County with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Henderson State University. She worked for Hot Spring County Medical Center as a Psychiatric Nurse and then went back to her Alma Mater to work for their Student Health Center where she helped take care of the student population. She has worked in Human Resources, collections and numerous other customer service roles. She is also a U.S. Navy Veteran.
Michelle met and married her husband while they were serving on active duty. They have two grown, married sons and one grandson. Her entire family work in service- oriented entities and believe in giving back to their communities.
Bailey Sharver is the Care Manager for Right at Home of Central Arkansas. She has been on staff with Right at Home since April 2020, formerly as a caregiver. Bailey was born and raised in Arkansas and is alumni of Lakeside School in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Bailey has a love for Hot Springs and the nature and history that surrounds the tight knit city.
Bailey is a graduate of National Park College where she obtained her Associate’s degree with a two year study in Medical Professions. She then transferred to UALR, and is in her senior year of obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She worked as a Patient Care Tech for nearly 4 years prior to Right at Home. She is extremely involved in her church, family, and community. Bailey loves to spend her spare time gardening, on the lake fishing, and traveling around the world experiencing new places. She has a passion for helping others and a love for all people, especially the elderly. Bailey is a two-year stage III BRCA+ Breast Cancer survivor that has learned the importance of life through strong faith in God and making each day count with her large family. She is an excellent part of the Right at Home team.
Office Assistant/Weekend Coordinator
Kortnie is the office assistant/weekend coordinator for Right at Home of Central Arkansas. She has been working for Right at Home since 2017. Kortnie went through the Right at Home training program to become a Home Care Aide. She began her work with Right at Home as a caregiver demonstrating excellence with the clients she served. Kortnie was promoted to the office staff in the beginning of 2021.
Kortnie was born and raised in Spokane, Washington. She moved to Arkansas in 2012 with her family. Kortnie’s first job was as a trainer for Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steak Burgers. She was promoted to supervisor and was sent all over the United States to open new stores and make sure everything was running correctly.
Kortnie’s love for seniors is demonstrated in the care she helps to provide to her own grandmother who is struggling with Alzheimer's. Kortnie lives with her fiancé and 2 beautiful daughters. When she has free time, she loves to help her family and her community. Kortnie also loves to travel all over Arkansas to find new national trails to adventure.