We pride ourselves on our ability to offer a full range of home care services that include companionship, activities, meal preparation, housekeeping, errands and transportation, medication reminders, and respite care. Everything we do stems from our mission: "To improve the quality of life for those we serve." To us, our mission is more than words – it is a goal we strive to achieve each day. It is the way we deliver world-class care to our clients. Our mission guides us in all we do for our clients and our caregivers. Our mission is ambitious, and it takes a team filled with the RightPeople to live out that mission each and every day.
Lou Giampa - Owner
Right at Home Westchester is locally owned and operated by Lou Giampa.
In October of 2013, Lou Giampa celebrated his 16-year anniversary of working as a portfolio manager on Wall Street. But that same year, when his grandmother was diagnosed with brain cancer, Giampa said he felt compelled to do something for his ailing relative. That “something” was leaving his Wall Street finance job, getting his Certified Nursing Aide (CNA) certification and becoming a caregiver for his grandmother.
“When I was younger, I had another grandmother who was living in a nursing home, and I used to visit her often,” said Giampa. “Unfortunately, we weren’t happy with the level care that she was receiving in that particular facility. When my other grandmother fell ill about a year ago, we knew that we wanted to give her a different kind of care, and I saw how much better her life could be receiving home care.”
The former Cornell football player said that the time he spent as a NYS-certified nurse’s aide caring for his grandmother, as well as working for seniors with Alzheimer’s, dementia and rehabilitation patients, was an incredibly fulfilling change from the bustle of Wall Street.
“I made a huge life change leaving my job so I could do something that made me happy,” Giampa said. “Caregiving helped alleviate the pressure on my family and ultimately, it was a better option for my grandmother. With Right at Home, I’m now able to give something back to the community and make others happy, too.”
Lou is a New York State (NYS) Certified Nursing Aide (CNA) who volunteers in hospitals and nursing homes throughout Westchester County. He also volunteers with the Alzheimer's Association, Meals on Wheels, the SPRYE group and speaks to the Aging in Place in White Plains community.
Lou Giampa Talks RightCare
Right at Home of Westchester, NY's Owner, Lou Giampa, talks about RightCare and how his team is able to provide quality in-home care services. Lou and his team strives to improve the quality of life for those they serve.
Right at Home provides the RightCare to fit your loved one along with trusted home care caregivers your family can rely on.
Meet Our Office Staff
Director of Client Services
Hobbies: Cooking, Antiquing, Community Volunteer, Gardening
Education: Executive Secretarial/Business Degree
Why I love my job: My career started as an Executive Secretary and then I stayed home for a while to raise my 4 children. I had other administrative positions along the years, but didn’t realize my calling until I applied as an Administrative Assistant for a Geriatric Care Manager (GCM)/Psychotherapist and her team of GCM’s. That position changed my life. It opened the door with the opportunity to not only help others, but also the ability to give the gift of home care services from Right at Home to my own close family members. It changed my life, their lives, and my family’s too.
What I really love the most about my job is the people I have met over the years. Getting to know our clients, and connecting with their families has personally brought me a lot of happiness. What other job can you say that you actually get to make a difference in someone’s life? I also value my relationships with our caregivers and seeing how their selfless care enhance so many lives. My clients, their loved ones, and our caregivers have taught me so many life lessons – grace and strength under adversity, and how the simple things in life are so precious. I never take that for granted.
Director of Operations
Hobbies: Spending time with family, BBQing, reading a book on the beach, listening to music.
Education: Irvington High School, Received Bachelor’s in Business Management from St. Thomas Aquinas in Sparkill, NY.
Why l love my job: In 2008 my grandmother was hospitalized and was in serious condition. When she was discharged she came to live with me and I became her primary caregiver. It was at that point I realized I wanted to go into the geriatric healthcare industry. I can relate firsthand to the care challenges of seniors and their families. I love the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life and getting to know the different individuals we encounter daily, whether it be the clients or our caregivers. I believe that because I am energetic, upbeat and funny, that I bring a lightness of spirit to each exchange. I listen with my ears and my heart openly.
Hobbies: Dancing, cooking a great meal, reading, and creating new hairstyles
Education: Degree in Computer Information Systems, Westchester Community College, Lehman College
Why I love my job: After working many years as a Systems Analyst, my family encouraged me to consider healthcare since the majority of my family are nurses and doctors. Even though I am passionate about Technology, I listened and took a Home Health aide class and became licensed as a Certified Nurse’s Aide. At that point I realized I have a passion for working with the elderly. Prior to working for Right at Home Westchester, I was the lead house supervisor at an Assisted Living facility in charge of 195 residents, caregivers and medication techs. Working with the elderly made me realize that life is precious and we should always be grateful for what we have because tomorrow is not promised. I love working for Right Home Westchester because the job allows me to have an impact on the lives of people who are at the highest level of need. Every day is different, and I love that I can make a difference in clients and caregivers lives.
Director of Nursing, RN, CCM
Hobbies: We enjoy our son, Ben and his high school sports of track and crew. Occasional evenings we love the dining options and array of entertainment all local to Westchester. For our ideal vacation, the usual suspects involve sand, sun, and sometimes sailing. Living and working locally is a wonderful thing!
Education: Pace University, Lienhard School of Nursing for Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing; Duke University School of Nursing for Population Care Coordination Certificate
Why I love my job: As in many jobs, it’s all about the people. No matter what you do, spending time with folks that have the same passion and work ethic brings joy to the workplace. The team at Right at Home Westchester works toward the same goals of excellent concierge care while having fun doing it!
Human Resources Coordinator
Hobbies: Singing, traveling, gardening and cooking. The latter lends into my interest of helping the less fortunate by volunteering in a soup kitchen where I help to prepare meals and provide career and family counseling to members in the community.
Education: Degree in Human Resources at Mercy College
Why l love my job: As the Human Resource Representative at Right at Home Westchester, my days are very busy. I am constantly searching and screening for caregivers who possesses the skills that are needed to provide the best care to our clients. I find my job very fulfilling, every day I have the opportunity to work with incredible associates that I love and respect. The job culture is great, the environment is incredibly empowering and the core values of the company align with mine. “The only way to do great work is to love what you do…" - Steve Jobs
Our Mission Is To Improve The Quality Of Life For Those We Serve
Provide compassionate and dependable in-home caregivers to serve you and your loved ones
Ensure that our caregivers are carefully screened, trained, bonded, insured, and valued as fulfilling an important mission
Maintain an ongoing dialogue with our clients’ family members and advocates about their individualized care plan
Review each client’s individualized care plan regularly to ensure that our services match our clients’ changing needs
Timely respond to referrals from discharge planners, case managers, social workers, and other healthcare professionals in our community