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Our People

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.

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Meet Owners Mark and Becky Leuer

Mark and Becky Leuer, co-owners of Right at Home Northwest Phoenix, opened their first Right at Home in May 2008 and acquired an office in Mesa in 2011.

Why Did We Get Into the Home Care Business? 

Becky's father had a severe stroke in October 2007. Beck left her job and went to Albuquerque, NM to help her mother for a few months. When she was ready to head back to Phoenix, reality set in. Who was going to help dad when she got home and mom is at work? With limited family in the area who also had jobs, where can she turn for help? How can we find someone qualified and trustworthy to help? We had to scramble and had friends that would help and mom relied on her employees to pick up the slack at her store. We saw for ourselves there was very limited help when a loved one comes home after a hospital or rehabilitation stay. 

Since Becky was now unemployed, we decided to look into home care as a new business for ourselves. We visited five home care agencies and Right at Home stood out among the crowd. "They showed us that we would be part of a family home care business, not just a business," Becky said. 

Clients and their family members are the most rewarding part of the business. Family members are always thankful and express their gratitude time and time again, while our clients continue to tell us how wonderful our caregivers and office staff are. "It's a very rewarding business, and we feel we do make a big difference." - The Leuers

Mark and Becky Leuer - Owners of Right at Home

"Clients and their families are the most rewarding part of this business. Family members are always thankful and express their gratitude time and time again while our clients continue to tell us how wonderful our caregivers are."

- The Leuers, Owners

Becky is a Certified Senior Advisor(CSA) and Mark is a Certified Nurse's Assistant(CNA)

We Support Comprehensive Care that is Tailored to our Client’s Needs

We know that with advanced age can come the feeling of isolation; that's why we encourage a bond with our caregivers. We only hire the most professional people and through training we equip them to meet the needs of each person we serve.

Meet Our Excellent Care Team

Every business is only as good as their people. Right at Home Northwest Phoenix is proud to have an unparalleled team of professionals in the office, and the most compassionate, trained, professional caregivers in the field.

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Jared Leuer

Operations Manager

Jared Leuer is a passionate and driven entrepreneur who joined Right at Home in December 2016. Right at Home has been owned by his parents since May of 2008, and he has grown up with a deep appreciation for the importance of quality in home care services. Jared's passion for helping people stems from this upbringing, and it led him to the family business upon graduating from college. 

He graduated from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff with a Bachelor's degree in Business Finance and a certificate in Entrepreneurship. Jared's love for helping people has continued to grow throughout his career, and he is dedicated to providing exceptional care to his clients.

When he is not working, Jared enjoys spending time with his family and friends, listening to music and audio books, and relaxing at home. He is a proud father of two daughters, Aspen and Sage.
With his education and experience, Jared is a valuable asset to the Right at Home team. He is committed to providing the highest level of care and support to his clients, and his dedication to excellence is evident in everything he does.

His proudest career achievement is being nationally ranking in the top 100 agencies by Home Care Pulse in 2022 & 2023.

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Tina Parmenter

Staff Coordinator

Tina has been with Right At Home since June 1st, 2012. She started off as a CNA and in October of 2013, she was hired on as the Staff Coordinator. She has always had a passion for working with the elderly which brought her to College America where she graduated with an Associate’s Degree in medical specialties and a Bachelor’s Degree in medical administration. In her free time, she enjoys taking family vacation to the beach with her husband and son.
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Heidi Graber

Caregiver Coordinator

Heidi Graber has been with right at home since September of 2020, as a caregiver. In August of 2021 Heidi accepted a position in the office as Caregiver Coordinator. Heidi has worked in the medical field since 2009. In 2010 Heidi became a license CNA. She is currently going to school for her BSN. Having a huge heart, full of compassion is due to her always taking care of family members. Being a mother of five and grandmother to one. She love to spend her free time traveling, camping and just enjoying a good book.
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Amanda Melland

Lead Caregiver

I was born in Tucson Arizona and I am the middle child in a family of 9 brothers and 5 sisters. Kind of a yours mine and ours situation. I moved to Washington state when I was 13 where I have lived for the past 19 years. In high school I worked in a program with kids who needed Physical Therapy to strengthen themselves to walk or sit up. That is where I learned  that I wanted to help others. After high school in 2008 I became a CNA (certified nursing assistant) in the State of Washington where I started working in a Nursing Home. 
I became a mother of two beautiful boys. My co-workers and residents were like family. I worked there for about 10 years before I went and worked in Assisted Living. From there I went and worked in the biggest hospital in Spokane Washington called Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital Where i worked for 6 years. I spent 4 years working on the Ortho and Trauma floor and 2 years in the float pool working every floor in the hospital including the Emergency Department, ICU, Cardiac, Oncology and more. 
A year ago I moved back to Arizona  with my boys and fur pup. I started working with Right at Home soon after moving here in October of 2021. I have worked as a caregiver for them for 5 months before I became the Lead Caregiver and moved on into becoming office Staff. I love my job and I have really enjoyed getting to know all our clients and caregivers. Working in the office has been a challenge that I have enjoyed.  It has also been a complete blessing to work with such amazing people. It also gives me the ability to be home more with my children and to watch them grow and do sports.
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Ashtyn Pace


Ashtyn has been with our Right at Home family since September of 2022. We couldn't be more excited to have her. 

Hi, I'm Ashtyn. I've been an "unofficial" caregiver for about 9 years now. I finally decided to make a career of it in 2022. The reason I became a caregiver and the reason I've been an "unofficial" caregiver is because of my brother-in-law. He has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and completely relies on others to take care of him. When I first met him, it was just a natural feeling to jump in and help whenever needed. I wanted to help other people as well, so I became a caregiver! 

The sweetest memory I have is from my main client. I crochet as a hobby and I usually crochet after she goes to bed. When she wakes up in the morning, I'm usually working on something and so I show her my current project and we talk. With her dementia, she often forgets things. Every time she sees me crocheting, she lights up and raves about how much talent I have and tells me I should sell my stuff. She gets so excited like she's never seen me crochet before. It's adorable and I love seeing how excited she gets like a kid at Christmas! Seeing her get so happy is definitely always a highlight of my day!

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