We are Deeply Involved in Our Communities
Kicking off 2017, Advocating to End Alzheimer's
Right at Home of Central Maryland never misses an opportunity to meet with elected officials to advocate for more funding to end Alzheimer’s. Delegate Barrie S. Ciliberti (center of photo) who serves on the Appropriations Committee joined us. He shares our goal for more Congressional bi-partisan involvement, awareness and funding to end this debilitating disease that currently effects over 100,000 people in Maryland alone.
Pictured here is Owner Carole Luber along with Cathy Hanson Of the Alzheimer’s Association, Eileen McLaughlin of Right at Home, Dory Kennedy of Right at Home, Steven Luber of Stress Free Solutions and others.
Right at Home Caregiver Wins National Honors Read More>>Pictured here: Senator Toni Ernst (far right) and Representative Tom Reed (far left), co-sponsors of the Credit For Caring Act of 2016,
S. 2759; Peter Ross, President of HCAOA; Phil Bongiorno, Exec Dir HCAOA; Mike Hodin, CEO of Global Coalition on Aging with
Mary Hartsock, Right at Home's and Home Care Association of America's National Caregiver of the Year Recipient
Right at Home Caregiver Receives HCAOA 'Caregiver of the Year' Award
Lauren Hickey named 2015 Sylvia Canon Award Winner Read More >>
"I personally feel that the more education people have with this elder population, they feel so much better about themselves knowing that they can make their own choices," Hickey said.
Alzheimer's Association Ambassador's Appreciation Breakfast
Our very own Carole Luber, Co- Owner of Right at Home of Central Maryland (pictured left), recently attended the Alzheimer's Association Ambassador's Appreciation Breakfast. Carole, center, is pictured with Cass Nagle, Executive Director of the Maryland Chapter, and Amy Casterline, Associate Director of the Alzheimer's Association in Chicago. Carole is a passionate advocate and activist on behalf of the Alzheimer's Association. She is involved in local chapter endeavors, such as the Memory Café as well as national initiatives, such as meeting with Congressional Members at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. to appeal for research funding to end this devastating disease.
Owner, Carole Luber and representatives from the
Central MD and DC Metro Area Alzheimer’s Assn meeting with Congressman Van Hollen (pictured right) to discuss allocation of $25 million funding for fiscal year 2015, passed in the House and awaiting approval by the Senate.
Right at Home Shows Strong Support in Washington D.C.
It was a beautiful day for a walk at the Washington D.C. Moving Event on Sunday, October 16th. Teams from Right at Home of Washington D.C., Right at Home of Northern Virginia, Right at Home of Northern Virginia West, and Right at Home of Howard County were all there to help bring awareness to improve care and help find a cure for people with Parkinson’s Disease. More than $300,000 total was raised for this incredible cause. Thank you Right at Home Family for your dedication and support!