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Immigrants Play Crucial and Growing Role in Wake County Senior Care

Right at Home Wake County caregiver Grace Oyegunwa has lived in the United States since 2003 and became a U.S. citizen in 2014. Grace, who was born in Africa, says “Where I come from, our culture is that all seniors are our parents.”

The Medicare Advantage Evolution Continues

Tom Arnold of Right at Home Wake County says "The recent CMS announcement to broaden the range of Medicare Advantage supplemental plans in 2020 will provide new opportunity for home care services."

Thoughts from Tom about the Waffle House Index

As we prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Florence by stocking up on food and bottled water, gas up our vehicles, and move ourselves and our pets to higher ground I'm reminded of the Waffle House Index.

International Women's Day

Right at Home owner Tom Arnold shares a few thoughts about International Women's Day. 

Interview with Spectrum TV

Owner Tom Arnold met with Spectrum TV on World Alzheimer's Day to talk about the broad impact Alzheimer's Dementia has not just on those diagnosed with the disease, but also on their families, friends and caregivers. 

2017 Caring Star Award

Caring.com selected Right at Home Wake County as a "Caring Star of 2017!". The award uses consumer ratings and reviews to honor the best home care agencies in the United States.

Best of Homecare Badge

Senior Advisor Best of Homecare 2017

SeniorAdvisor.com has recognized Right at Home Wake County with it's Best of Homecare 2017 award. SeniorAdvisor.com’s Best of 2017 Award winners represent the best of the best of in-home care based on the online reviews written by seniors and their families. This exclusive designation honors the top 1% of senior care providers across the country.