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Right at Home Named Winner of Franchise Times Zor Award 2019

Right at Home recently received a Zor Award from Franchise Times in the category, “Older But Wiser.” The third annual Zor Awards recognize the best franchises to buy based on profitability for franchisees.

Right at Home Gives Gift of Mobility

Free Wheelchair Mission (FWM) has provided more than 1 million wheelchairs to people most in need, and their goal is to provide the next million wheelchairs by 2025. Right at Home is committed to supporting FWM in this lofty goal. Since beginning their partnership with FWM in 2016, the Right at Home system has raised nearly $200,000 and improved the quality of life of more 2,250 families.

Right at Home Franchises Win Caring Stars 2019

Right at Home, one of the nation’s leading providers of home care for seniors and adults with disabilities, is thrilled to announce that of the 446 in-home care agencies that received the Caring Stars of 2019 award, 141 of them are Right at Home agencies.

Right at Home Celebrates Free Wheelchair Mission Anniversary

As a leading in-home senior care franchise in the world, Right at Home is primed to help provide much-needed awareness and resources to an organization that aligns with Right at Home’s mission “to improve the quality of life for those we serve.”

Right at Home Announces 2018 Recognition

Right at Home is ranked among an exclusive list of providers by Home Care Pulse, a third party that gathers client and caregiver satisfaction scores. The collected information proves Right at Home’s dedication to offering the highest-quality care to clients and an exceptional working environment to employees.

Right at Home Announces RightCare to Improve Life for Clients With Dementia

“Right at Home’s approach to dementia and cognitive support is anchored in our mission: to improve the quality of life for those we serve,” said Brian Petranick, CEO and president of Right at Home. “We serve seniors and adults with disabilities, but we also serve the families of our clients.

Announcing a Systemwide Fundraising Initiative to Benefit Free Wheelchair Mission

At the recent Right at Home annual conference in Omaha, CEO and President Brian Petranick announced to more than 330 franchises a systemwide, global initiative to collect donations for Free Wheelchair Mission, a humanitarian, nonprofit organization that provides wheelchairs at no cost to people with disabilities in developing nations. As a leading in-home senior care franchise in the country, Right at Home is primed to help provide much-needed awareness and resources to an organization that aligns with Right at Home's mission "to improve the quality of life for those we serve."

Right at Home Continues Recognition as a Top Franchise to Invest In With Recent Entrepreneur Magazine Award

The Home Care Association of America predicts that the number of people aged 65 or older will grow from 56 million in 2020 to as many as 84 million by 2050. Even today, caring for the ever-increasing number of older Americans is putting a significant strain on hospitals, care facilities and families—as America’s overall population ages, the number of potential caregivers isn’t growing fast enough to meet the demand.

Right at Home Kicks Off 2017 Strong With Sights on Increased Expansion and Growth; Earns No. 1 Ranking in Senior Care by Entrepreneur Magazine

The Home Care Association of America predicts that people aged 65 or older will grow from 56 million in 2020 to as many as 84 million by 2050. But today, caring for the ever-increasing number of older Americans is putting a significant strain on hospitals, care facilities and families—as America’s overall population ages, the number of potential caregivers isn’t growing fast enough to meet the demand. That’s where companies like Right at Home come in, a leader in the in-home care industry.

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Right at Home Names 2016 National Caregiver of the Year

Right at Home, Inc.’s 2016 National Caregiver of the Year is Marie Hargain of Brick, N.J. Right at Home Franchisees Nick and Darlene Bosco nominated Hargain for the prestigious award, who has been a caregiver with Right at Home since November 2007.

Right at Home Celebrates Opening of 500th Territory

Right at Home, an international in-home care franchise, has established itself as one of the fastest-growing leaders in the high-demand senior care segment. On top of four impressive years of franchise sales growth accounting for 289 territories signed since 2012, Right at Home has recently surpassed an important franchise milestone—the opening of its 500th global territory.

Right at Home International Receives Presidential Award for Export Success

On May 18, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker presented Right at Home International with the President’s “E” Award for Exports at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. The President’s “E” Award is the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports.

Right at Home Leading Effort to Keep Patients at Home and out of Lansing, Michigan, Hospitals

With one in five Medicare patients returning to the hospital within 30 days of release, the U.S. government has implemented financial penalties on high readmittance hospitals in an effort to reduce the staggering number of people returning to hospitals and to curb the $17 billion annual cost associated with preventable readmissions. Seeking to address this problem at its root, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Innovation Center has developed the Community-based Care Transitions Program (CCTP), which awards funding to successful models aimed at reducing hospital readmissions for high-risk patients receiving Medicare.

Right at Home Selected for Government Funding to Curb Hospital Readmission Rate

With one in five Medicare patients returning to the hospital within 30 days of release, the U.S. government has implemented a financial penalty in an effort to reduce the staggering number of readmissions and curb the $17 billion annual cost associated with preventable readmissions. In search of solutions, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMS) developed the Community Based Care Transitions Program (CCTP), which provides funding for different models that aim to reduce hospital readmissions.

Transitional Care Program Will Benefit and Assist High-Risk Patients at Providence Hospitals

With an average of one in five Medicare patients returning to the hospital within 30 days of being discharged, the U.S. government has implemented a financial penalty in an effort to reduce the staggering number of readmissions and curb the $17 billion annual cost associated with these.  In search of a solution, Providence Hospitals in Columbia, S.C., has partnered with Right at Home, an in-home care and assistance franchise, to develop a new transitional care initiative.