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A caregiver opening the door of an old blue truck before helping his client into the passenger seat. A caregiver opening the door of an old blue truck before helping his client into the passenger seat.

Dedicated to Being Involved and Active

Right at Home of Grayslake is proud to be part of our community, devoting time and energy to connect with families and businesses on both personal and professional levels. On this page you'll see happenings in our office, Right at Home's participation throughout the region's events, business partnerships, and more!

Bringing a New Companion Animal to the Community

Pepper is Our Newest Companion Animal in the Orientation Program Pepper, a bit young for caregiving at the moment, and pictured here going through our Orientation program. She’s eager to learn and also learning manners to become a companion or service animal as well and looks forward to visiting our clients and partners. Pepper, 9 months old, is proud of her history as a Lab-Chihuahua mix (per a DNA test) and currently enjoys hanging out at the office and greeting existing and new caregivers joining the Right at Home Team. Please welcome Pepper to our team.

Exchange Club of Grayslake

Mike has been with the Grayslake Exchange Club for about 5 years. After opening Right at Home Northern Lake County, Mike was eager to work with the community and was invited to the Exchange Club. After meeting many of the members, the club seemed like a great fit. Since Joining, Mike has volunteered in many events including the Annual Street Clean Up, trivia contests, Food Truck Frenzy, beer tent and more.

After being cornered by another member who asked if he wanted to be President of the club, Mike asked for some time to think about it. The next day he eagerly accepted. Last year Mike learned a great deal about Exchange, and now as the past President of the Exchange Club he really enjoys it and feels the club has made him a better person. The club meets every week for an hour over lunch.