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Caregiver Hiring Event

Event: October 22, 2019
Right at Home La Jolla/Mission Valley is hosting a Caregiver Hiring Event on Tuesday, Oct. 22nd from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. with On the Spot Interviews. 

2018 Parkinson's Moving Day® San Diego

Event: June 16, 2018 Community Involvement
We are partnering with the National Parkinson Foundation again this year to walk in support of those living with Parkinson's disease. Join Right at Home on Saturday, June 16 for Moving Day 2018 San Diego.

Managing Caregiver Stress

Event: November 04, 2017 Caregiver Help | Caregiver Appreciation | Community Involvement
Expert speakers and resources will be available at the 15th annual Because I Care Community Fair. Training is available for family and volunteer caregivers. 

Handling Dementia in the RCFE CEU Expo Oceanside

Event: October 26, 2017 Alzheimer's & Dementia Care Support

Get 2 RCFE Administrator CEU’s for FREE!

Brain Health Forum at Adat Shalom Temple in Poway, California

Event: October 17, 2017 Family & Loved Ones | Alzheimer's & Dementia Care Support | Health/Medical | Health & Safety
Gerontologist, Dr. Diane Darby Beach, along with other experts, will be featured speakers at the 2017 Brain Health Forum. 

Successful Aging Expo at Del Mar Fairgrounds

Event: October 07, 2017 Community Involvement | Family & Loved Ones | Health/Medical | Health & Safety | Life Planning
Come listen to expert speakers including Dr. Diane Darby Beach presenting on topics from travel, financial planning, and health issues.

Drugs or No Drugs: A workshop featuring Dr. Diane Darby Beach

Event: September 12, 2017 Health & Safety | Health/Medical | Family & Loved Ones | Alzheimer's & Dementia Care Support
The ethical uses of drugs with dementia patients.

Transition Decisions Luncheon

Event: August 16, 2017 Caregiver Appreciation | Community Involvement | Life Planning | Paying for Eldercare
Dr. Diane Darby Beach is a Gerontologist and has her own practice, Help me with My Parent: Geriatric Care Placement and Training. She is also the Director of Business Development for Right at Home: In Home Care and Assistance. She has a Master's Degree in Public Health and a Doctorate in Education and has 28 years of experience in the area of Health Promotion/Administration and Dementia. Gerontologist, The Hospice Journal, The Journal of Gerontological Nursing, and other scientific, peer-reviewed journals.


Philips Teams with Global Home Care Provider Right at Home to Commercially Launch CareSensus

· Philips proprietary technology in combination with Right at Home care delivery offers flexible and affordable blend of in-home and remote care monitoring designed to allow seniors to age more safely in their own homes

· Non-intrusive sensor-based technology provides real-time information and actionable insights to care for an aging loved one and offers peace of mind to caregivers

AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands and OMAHA, Neb. – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG; AEX: PHIA) today announced the commercial beta launch of remote care services powered by the new CareSensus connected sensors platform in partnership with Right at Home, one of the largest in-home senior care franchise networks in the world. Together, Philips and Right at Home are redefining the home care landscape by offering a flexible and affordable blend of in-home and remote care options to proactively help seniors with cognitive and/or physical frailties who
want to age in place safely. Fueled by connected sensors and powerful data analytics, this unique “blended care” high-touch, high-tech approach offers insights and adapts to a senior’s particular needs to provide “always-on” home care and peace of mind to caregivers who are not close by.

With its unique home care monitoring solution, the Philips CareSensus platform is bringing the benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) into the homes of seniors. It consists of connected, discrete, non-camera-based passive sensors placed strategically in the home to provide 24/7 monitoring of seniors. The data from the connected sensors is processed to identify unusual
patterns of activities enabling a personalized blueprint of behavior, and delivering timely data to the Right at Home remote care team. If the senior is getting up multiple times during the night to use the bathroom, or they are taking an unusually long time to get out of bed in the morning, these can be early indicators that something may be wrong.

Supported by the powerful analytics of the CareSensus platform, the Right at Home remote care team is able to see behavioral changes via an intuitive online dashboard with several views, and potentially intervene earlier during a health deterioration or before a more serious event occurs. The family caregiver is also given access to the dashboard so they can review periodically to see how their loved one is doing. For instance, during a recent pilot, one patient began frequenting the bathroom more often than usual. The care team alerted the client’s daughter who made a doctor appointment, where they discovered the client was suffering from symptoms of a significant health problem that could have worsened without early intervention.

“Philips has over 40 years of experience in delivering innovative technology to support care for seniors and caregivers. Combined with our deep knowledge of advanced analytics in patient and home monitoring, we can now offer a powerful platform delivering reliable data to the Right at Home care team,” said Jeroen Tas, CEO, Connected Care and Health Informatics, Philips. “Philips’ proprietary connected sensors platform allows the senior’s Right at Home care team to proactively help keep them as healthy and secure as possible to better enable the delivery of tailored, expert care whenever and wherever it’s needed.”

“By 2025, there will be nearly 1.2 billion people over the age of 60 worldwide. This aging shift will continue to increase demand for Right at Home’s care services and will add increasing pressure on an industry already challenged with the supply for caregivers,” said Brian Petranick, CEO and President of Right at Home. “As the need for caregivers across the globe exceeds supply, this partnership with Philips and the use of its innovative technology will help supplement the growing demand for in-home care and improve the well-being of our clients in a revolutionary way. This blended care approach will drive the future of home healthcare.”

Partnering to deliver a new level of at-home care in the US market
Philips has teamed with Right at Home to bring this innovative technology nationwide, with the commercial availability of the platform coming to 25 locations of the US market in June. In addition to the in-home care visits and well-being monitoring enabled via the CareSensus platform, alerts are used to notify the Philips Lifeline 24/7 response center if detection of a senior’s presence in a certain predetermined area is a cause for concern. If so, the Philips Lifeline response center follows the notification protocols set by the family ahead of time. Senior clients will also have the option of being provided with a tablet equipped with video chat technologies, so the Right at Home remote care team is able to schedule regular checkins customized to meet the client’s needs. Video visits can range from a casual discussion about dinner, to reminders for the senior to take their medication or blood pressure.

CareSensus builds on Philips’ growing portfolio of aging services that includes Philips Lifeline medical alert services, connected medication adherence solutions, post-acute and long-term care solutions and referrals to home health services. Philips recently introduced Aging Well Services at HIMSS 2016, an integrated set of services, solutions and data to create personalized guidance, coaching and care coordination unique to seniors’ current wellness needs. These services will be available through key industry partnerships, like Right at Home, to give aging seniors the support they need and caregivers access to tools that allow them to check in regularly on their loved one’s health status.

For more information on Lifeline and Philips’ full suite of integrated software, solutions and
services for seniors, and for details on CareSensus and Philips’ partnership with Right at
Home, please visit

To inquire about Right at Home remote care services, visit