Providing the RightCare starts with the RightPeople
Meet the Team
Allison Aidinovich PTA, Certified Dementia Practitioner
As owner and President of Right at Home, Allison is responsible for the day to day operations of the agency. Prior to ownership of the Right at Home of Orland Park, Allison worked for over 20 years as a Physical Therapist Assistant mainly in home care settings. It was observing seniors and the disabled daily that needed help in vulnerable situations that made herself and her husband explore Right at Home.
"I find it's the best of both worlds incorporating my experience of assessing safety in the home and the knowledge of progressive disease processes, making sure the Right at Home caregivers are the guiding force to improve the quality of life in any care situation. Our award winning office team is engaged to provide a care partnership between families and the Right at Home team. We strive for open communication between our office and field staff to come up with creative solutions so we can provide the best client /caregiver experience families and clients expect."
As Co-Owner and Vice President of Right at Home, Dave is responsible for all the financials, insurances, and many of the behind the scenes necessities. Dave and his Wife embarked on this journey eleven years ago and when doors kept opening one after the other leading them to Right at Home, they knew this was what they were destined to do.
"We found our purpose in life . We wanted a business where we could really have an impact on helping seniors and making a difference in their lives. This is a rewarding profession and we really do feel Right at Home."
My name is Charles Carrell and my main role here at Right at Home is Human Resources . I have loved taking care of the elderly since I was young. My past positions had incorporated hiring employees and being an agency caregiver for seven years . I'm excited to blend my two experiences together and impact the lives of Right at Home seniors every day. There is nothing more fulfilling than to make a perfect match with a caregiver and a Right at Home client. "Teamwork makes the dream work".
As the care manager I am responsible for making sure the client and their family have the best experience in any situation. I started with Right at Home 7 years ago as a caregiver. I had many great experiences with seniors and helped improve their quality of life. I gained insight as the after hours coordinator making sure the client and caregiver needs were met any hour of the day or night. Having experienced several aspects of this business allows me to make a difference and help our clients live a purposeful life. "The meaning of life is to find your gift; the purpose of life is to give it away".
Twanna L. Dean
I've been honored to be hired as the Field Supervisor at Right at Home. I am the "liaison" between the field staff and the office. I am responsible for making sure that the services are being provided according to each client's customized care plan. I make sure that our caregivers are professional and well prepared for their assignment and see if we can improve the Client/Caregiver experience during my unannounced supervisory visits. My love for serving seniors has always been a part of my life since my childhood. I take great joy in serving them and in return I've learned many valuable life lessons while caring for them as a caregiver myself. I have lived by the motto "The service you give today will be the service you will receive tomorrow, so serve your best".
As a Care Coordinator, I am engaged with both the caregivers and clients to provide the best service to our client and their families. Being the daughter of aging parents that live 500 miles away, I can understand the need for great communication and making sure the Right at Home caregiver is someone I would want in my own parents home. Knowing that I can make a difference in someones life by providing service to a loved one near or far is quite fulfilling. My other role in the office is providing billing to our valued clients and paychecks to our hardworking caregivers.