Nobody knows exactly what to expect from their aging journey. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you don’t know what tomorrow will bring. The good news is, you don’t have to go through it alone.
Right at Home exists to be your guide to successful living at home. Whether you’re looking for tips on aging in place, a guide to transitional care after a hospital stay, or information on any other aging topic, we're here to help. We use our decades of experience and partnerships with experts worldwide to guide you each step of the way. Take some time to browse through our articles, guides and videos, knowing that you have a trusted guide to help you through it all.
Paying for In-Home Care
Learn about the many options available to pay for ongoing home care services.
Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Support Groups
Right at Home owner, Phil Chandler, facilitates and participates in support groups for people impacted by Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, and Heart Disease. He facilitates two Alzheimer’s support groups, one for families with early stage Alzheimer’s Disease, and the other for family caregivers with a loved one with more advanced Alzheimer’s Disease.Learn more
Assisted Living Connections
Assisted Living Connections prides itself on helping your family find senior living in Ventura County from Ventura to Simi Valley and LA County from Westlake Village to Sherman Oaks.Learn More
County of Ventura
Area Agency of Aging
Dementia Friendly Ventura County- Alzheimer’s Disease accounts for 60-80 percent of dementia cases and currently impacts an estimated 610,000 Californians, a number projected to grow to 840,000 by 2025. To help educate the public about having understanding, tolerance, and patience, and to advocate for the growing number of older adults with this disease, the VCAAA launched Dementia Friendly Ventura County (DFVC).Dementia Friendly Ventura
Right at Home of Ventura County strongly believes in educating our caregivers with a wide base of knowledge. One of the ways we do that is through Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, aka CPR training.Learn More
Articles With Tips on Aging Well
In-Depth Guides for Families
Adult Caregiving Guide
You’re happy to help your aging loved one, but it isn’t always easy. And knowing when you may need some extra help can also be a challenge. Don’t ignore the signs that your loved one’s needs are changing.Learn more
Ways To Pay for In-Home Senior Care Guide
Understanding all of the options for in-home care and how to pay for it can be confusing, especially at a time of stress and concern for a loved one. Did you know there are funding sources available that may help pay for the service?Learn more
With the vast majority of older adults wanting to remain in their homes as they age, it’s essential to identify the potential roadblocks and how to address them. Certain aging and health challenges can affect everyday activities.Learn more
Supporting Loved Ones With Dementia or Cognitive Change
Right at Home’s approach to dementia care and cognitive support is built on the belief that every person living with dementia or cognitive change can interact with their surroundings and connect in new ways with their loved ones.Learn more
Fall Prevention Guide
It’s important that you take time to assess an aging loved one’s house for anything that might be a health risk.Learn more
Communication barriers are a real challenge for family caregivers. Conflicts within the family and communication gaps with healthcare providers can lead to frustration and stress in the caregiving cycle.Learn more
Understanding Grief: A Guide for Grieving Caregivers
Grief associated with the loss or the expected loss of a loved one can be overwhelming. Intense and often unexpected emotions can feel unmanageable and unending.Learn more
Video Resources for a More Empowered Future
Helping You Navigate the Aging Journey
Home is the best place to be. Find out why seniors have been opening their doors to Right at Home since 1995.
Explore Our Services
Help with light housekeeping, meal preparation, socialization…Learn more
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