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Your Loved One Deserves the Best of Care
Certified Cognitive Support Program
Do you have a loved one living with dementia or showing symptoms of cognitive decline?
Dementia and cognitive decline are often unpredictable. You worry. You miss how things used to be. Will he wander? Can she be left alone? How can we slow these changes?
Learn how Right at Home's Cognitive Support Program can help aging adults and their caregivers.
The Right Care, Wherever You Are
Our Caregivers are specially trained to provide just the services your loved one needs. We modify our custom care plan for your family member as their needs change, allowing them to live at home as long as possible. Giving you the peace of mind knowing your loved one is receiving quality care, right in their own home.
The Right Caregiver, When You Need Them
Choosing an in-home care company can be exhausting. It can even cause anxiety, but it doesn't have to be that way. Finding quality information about in-home care is what caring.com is all about. This article gives you six steps to consider when you're thinking about hiring a caregiver to visit your mom or dad in their home.
Become a part of a great team and make an impact on families' lives in our local community. Join us as a caregiver assisting seniors and adults with special needs. Provide personal care, companionship and assistance with daily tasks, helping them to live life with dignity in the location they choose.
Meet Myla, Our Canine Caregiver
Five year caregiving veteran Myla joined our East Atlanta home care team in 2013. Now she splits her time there with duties at the South Atlanta office.
Myla has made a lifetime of visiting seniors and families, beginning when she was two years old.
Right at Home believes it is important to provide equal opportunity and equal services to everyone. We do not discriminate based on age, race, ethnicity, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other aspect unrelated to the purpose of our work.