Right at Home Albuquerque has been proudly providing care to Albuquerque and surrounding communities since 2003. Our office is independently owned & operated.
Right at Home of Albuquerque is an independently owned franchise non-medical home care company that provides companionship, light housekeeping, meal preparation, personal assistance, medication reminders, errands and transportation for private pay clients in Albuquerque and surrounding counties. 6721-C Academy Road NE Albuquerque, NM 87109 505.266.5888
Since 2003 Right at Home of Albuquerque has been offering seniors and other adults excellence in home care services. National certification, registered nurses on staff, Alzheimer's Association approved training, and the ability of family members to monitor their loved one's care online...all demonstrate our commitment to providing the very best of care to our clients.
Mission: Our mission is to improve the quality of life for those we serve. The objectives to assist in fulfilling that mission include keeping our clients safe, offering our associates rewarding and respectful employment, and maintaining a profitable business. We continually strive for creativity and innovation. Our actions and decisions are guided by a spiritual foundation.
Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley had plans to slowly open a free grocery store in Nashville. When the pandemic hit days later, they had to hit the fast forward button. Now they're feeding hundreds of the town's most vulnerable.
tennessean.com The Store, a free grocery store, launched right before the need for food assistance rose due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Over the past few weeks, Right at Home had the opportunity to provide their clients with disposable masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Right at Home's Client Care Coordinator, Timothy, and Community Outreach Manager, Deanna, delivered masks to the clients on their service. Keeping our seniors safe, protected, and healthy during this time is a main priority of our agency.
On this Memorial Day, we honor those who gave their lives for our freedom.
We are close to our goal of $50,000 in t-shirts to help the American Red Cross, but we need your help! For every shirt sold, Right at Home will donate $5 to the American Red Cross.
Help us cross the finish line! Get a shirt, post a selfie with #SomeoneILoveIsASenior and tell us how a senior has impacted your life. We may feature you on our page.
rightathome.net Get this shirt to raise awareness about protecting seniors amid the coronavirus pandemic, and help raise funds for the American Red Cross!
Right at Home had the pleasure of providing breakfast to the staff at La Vida Llena Retirement Community from Golden Pride BBQ Chicken & Ribs. On behalf of Right at Home, thank you to the staff of La Vida Llena for taking care of our seniors. We appreciate your hard work and dedication, you are essential every day!
“Having folks at home is in many ways not only a better quality of life, but it’s a better place to care for someone done right. It’s a better place to make sure that people have the support they need. And by the way, if people are living at home, there’s much less chance of being in a situation where they’re exposed to a disease that’s spreading.” – NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio
newyork.cbslocal.com As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those
May is Better Sleep Month. Sleep apnea is a common disorder that can prevent you from getting the rest you need and lead to serious health complications. The good news is there is help.
rightathome.net It’s hard to dispute the benefits of a good night’s sleep. Sleep, or lack thereof, can affect everything from your weight, to your emotions, to your cognitive abilities. If your sleep is disrupted during the night, chances are you’re not going to be functioning at your best level the next day....
Have you thought about how you want to age? Learn about three options you may not have heard before.
psychologytoday.com Longevity and wellness as we get older are within our grasp if we do this.
Each year, almost 800,000 people in the U.S. experience a stroke. See what therapies may help and how in-home care can play a part in stroke recovery.
rightathome.net Most stroke survivors have the goal of returning to live independently at home. But even with the help of family caregivers, recovery can be a challenge. What support services promote the highest possible level of recovery?
Is talking about dying insensitive? Hear thoughts from end-of-life educator Barbara Karnes.
bkbooks.com We really aren’t doing people any favors by not being honest with them. We aren't giving their families the opportunity to do and say what needs to be said and done. We are depriving people the opportunity to put their life in order, to say “goodbye and I love you”...
We have seen a lot of sadness throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, but we can't lose sight of the heartwarming kindness we've also seen. What has warmed your heart during this time?
parade.com The coronavirus crisis has changed our world and the way we live in unprecedented ways. Thousands of lives have been lost. Millions are unemployed. So much has been placed on pause. And in the midst of it all we are isolated, unable to connect in person with our loved ones.Yet there is one powerful,...
If you missed the "Understanding the Non-Motor and Psychiatric Features of Parkinson’s Disease" webinar, you can still watch it. http://ow.ly/2QOD50zEfHf
Thank you to all the heroes in scrubs! We celebrate you during National Nurses Week and every week throughout the year!
The dangers of isolation and loneliness among seniors is even more apparent during the pandemic.
rightathome.net During the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), “social distancing” has been the norm. Younger people complain about their favorite coffee bar closing, missing out on time with friends and the cancellation of events — but for seniors, the situation has been far more dire. News media feature p...
Join us today at 10 am Pacific for Virtual Moving Day! We are proud to support the Parkinson's Foundation and this important event.
movingdaywalk.org Moving Day® is your chance to speak up about Parkinson’s disease and move others to take action. It is a movement for change.
It's Older Americans Month! Seniors have long made an impact on communities all across the nation. The pandemic has made it more difficult to get out and make a difference, so we put some ideas together for older adults to make their mark.
rightathome.net “Around the nation, older adults make their marks every day as volunteers, employees, employers, parents, grandparents, mentors and advocates. They offer their time, talents and experience to the benefit of our communities.” ~ U.S. Administration on Aging
Right at Home was thrilled to provide the staff and residents of The Watermark at Cherry Hills with delicious donuts from Rise + Roast. We truly appreciate the staff for caring for our seniors and being essential everyday. We hope the staff and residents enjoyed a sweet token of our appreciation.
Join us this Saturday for Virtual Moving Day! We are proud to support the Parkinson's Foundation and this important event.
rightathome.net Right at Home has been a proud National Partner of Moving Day for nearly 10 years. Every year, at Moving Day events across the country, we put our mission, “To improve the quality of life for those we serve,” into action.
An expert says the biggest anti-aging medicine is exercise. And you don't need to run a marathon. Walking or other moderate activities are just as good if you're looking for a longevity boost. Let's get moving today! http://ow.ly/wRLj50zyDvg
Join us this Saturday for Virtual Moving Day! We are proud to support the Parkinson's Foundation and this important event. http://ow.ly/GKbf50zxiSJ
Next week is Women's Health Week. Learn what you should be paying attention to as you age.
rightathome.net May 10-16 is Women’s Health Week, and May is Older Americans Month. What a great time to focus on the special health issues of senior women!
This report lists the best states for older Americans based on income, health, education and environment, and accessibility. What's most important to you as you age? http://ow.ly/mMQY50zu6r3
Happy 100th Birthday, Captain Tom Moore! You are a true hero and a fine example of generosity and determination.
military.com Tom Moore's humble mission to support health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic became a national rallying point.
What qualities make up a great caregiver? Every caregiver's story is unique, but like Aleta, they are all driven by a heart to serve and an empathetic nature.
rightathome.net Aleta Pesce was raised to respect and take care of her elders. When her mother showed signs of dementia, she stepped in to help with her mother’s care.
What are you doing to protect your family from COVID-19? We have information to help keep loved ones healthy and tips for caring for someone ill: http://ow.ly/yASw50zq0iL
Join us for our free CEU webinar on Wednesday. April is National Parkinson's Awareness Month, and Arita McCoy from Johns Hopkins will present important information on some symptoms of Parkinson's disease you may not know. http://ow.ly/4Cjx50zpB6S
Whether you enjoy reading historical fiction, romance novels, or dystopian stories, now is a good time to pick up a book. What have you been reading at home during quarantine?
pbs.org If there’s an upside to this period of “social distancing,” it might be an unfettered excuse for voracious readers to dive into all types of literature.
Feeding your body these 15 foods may help keep your immune system strong.
healthline.com Incorporate these foods into your recipes and meal planning to help you and your family fight off those seasonal colds and the flu.
Contrary to popular belief, taking low-dose aspirin once a day does not lower the risk of thinking and memory problems caused by mild cognitive impairment, nor does it slow the rate of cognitive decline.
psychcentral.com A new Australian study finds that, contrary to popular belief, taking low-dose aspirin once a day does not appear to lower the risk of thinking and memory problems caused by mild cognitive impairment
Kindness is trending in the midst of this global pandemic. Have you been the recipient of someone's kindness? Share your story with us. http://ow.ly/tAUf50zjglp
Here is a letter from our President and CEO of Right at Home. We could not do what we do without our amazing caregivers and staff. Thank you for caring for our clients and their families during this time.
Dear Office Staff and Caregivers,
I don’t know where else to start, other than to just say thank you from the bottom of my heart. Over the course of the last month, we’ve seen you rise to the occasion and address a situation that we never once imagined could be a reality.
During this pandemic, we’ve heard countless stories of Right at Home caregivers fighting on the front lines and making a positive impact in communities all over the country. So to all of the Right at Home caregivers, thank you! Thank you for being out there each and every day doing all you can to care for your clients and their families who depend on you so much, sacrificing everything along the way. And to all of the teams in the Right at Home offices, thank you! Thank you for working tirelessly to juggle all the moving pieces, making sure that the clients’ needs are covered, and that everyone you interact with has a phenomenal experience.
One thing is certain, times of crisis do not build character; they reveal it. As a System, we’ve shown grit and determination, patience, empathy, integrity, passion, and optimism for what the future holds on the other side of this. You are all heroes, and your dedication and commitment to the mission is amazing and continues to be an inspiration to me and so many others.
Click the link below to watch a video we created to recognize your heroic efforts.
Respectfully and gratefully,
President & CEO
Thank you to the Caregivers, Office Staff, and Owners, who are out there on the front lines taking care of their clients and families. You are truly essential.
"A few weeks ago, my mother told my wife that she survived her childhood in Nazi-occupied Norway, so staying home because of COVID-19 is really nothing. My mother is 86 years old this year. We're going to get through this together."
- Paul Bretsen #SomeoneILoveIsASenior
Get your shirt, make an impact! www.iloveasenior.com
If you had a serious illness and were unable to express your wishes about treatment, would your loved ones know your preferences? Studies show that even legal healthcare proxies sometimes feel in the dark when the time comes. Learn about healthcare planning steps we all should take. #NationalHealthcareDecisionsDay
rightathome.net 8 frequently asked quetions about advance healthcare planning.
In-home caregivers are essential healthcare workers. We support seniors and adults with disabilities by helping them with essential daily activities, such as bathing, dressing and oral hygiene, and helping to protect their safety and health in the comfort of their own homes. #StopTheSpread #COVID19
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The heart of RETREAT AT HOME has always been in our commitment to our core values of Accountability, Reliability, Communication and Supporting Families.