Right At Home
1890 North Market Street
Frederick, MD 21701
About Right At Home
Right at Home helps seniors and disabled adults remain in the comfort of their own home. If you or a family member needs assistance with routine daily activities, Right at Home is the helping hand you seek. Our trained, bonded and insured caregivers provide in-home supportive care lasting from a few hours per week to 24 hours a day.
We believe that maintaining an independent lifestyle fosters the dignity and sense of purpose we all seek. Your own home provides invaluable comfort, a sense of security and feeling of well-being. Right at Home works with you and your family to assess your needs, whether it’s for short-term assistance to help you get back on your feet after an illness or surgery, or for support on a continuing basis.
• Medication reminders
• Light housework
• Meal preparation
• Bathing assistance
• Shopping and errands
• Local transportation
• Doctor or pharmacy visits
• Personal Care services including bathing, transferring and lifting, and toileting assistance
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Contact a senior living advisor.
- Complimentary Transportation
- Hospice Available
The above community description is provided by the community and not by A Place
for Mom. A Place for Mom does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this
information. Seniors and their families should confirm features and amenities with
the community’s representatives.
We Love Helping Families Find the Right Senior Care
"I had a short window of time to find mom a senior care
facility and thanks to your diligence, follow up and
professionalism, you helped me immensely to find a
great facility for my mom."
-- Bill P., Found Assisted Living in Fallston, MD
"Your guidance was the best and I could not have made it through
this very challenging period without the help of you and your
organization. For you, I am grateful!"
-- Diana R., Found Assisted Living in Temple Hills, MD
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