(815) 297-7619 info@rightanglecaring.com

We Provide Home Care Services for Seniors

Our core values are centered around the calling from God to provide care to the aging population. Maintaining dignity and respect for our most vulnerable population. We want to provide support to families that need help facilitating a safe and nurturing environment for their elderly parents.


We have no minimum hours.


We educate & empower clients and families/caretakers


We are oriented & trained to each clients’ care plan.

Our Mission

We provide compassionate and personalized home care for our clients, maintaining their dignity and integrity during the most vulnerable time of their lives.


Our Values

Faith gives us hope, strength, and courage to face the challenges and opportunities in life. Faith also helps us to respect and appreciate the diversity of beliefs and practices among our clients and their families. Our faith motivates us to care for the developmentally disabled and elderly, acknowledging their dignity and importance as vulnerable populations.

Respect means treating others with kindness, courtesy, and honesty. We also honor the preferences, choices, and rights of our clients and their families. We respect our clients and their families as unique individuals with different needs and goals.

Dignity means preserving the self-esteem and self-worth of our clients and their families. We protect the privacy, integrity and confidentiality of our clients and their families that we serve with each service interaction.

Support is the provision of assistance and encouragement to our clients and their families. Support means meeting the physical, emotional, and social needs of our clients and their families. Support also means ensuring the safety and well-being of our clients and their families. We provide competent, compassionate, and tailored care in their home setting, supporting them in achieving their desired outcomes.

Safety is the state of being free from harm or danger. Safety means following the best practices and standards of care for our clients and their families.  We will do our best to prevent and manage risks and emergencies for our clients and their families. We will help to build and maintain a safe and loving environment for their love ones.

Companion Care

Respite for family member/caretakers
Assist with exercise regimens/Range of motion
Medication reminders
Assist upon discharge from hospital

Personal Care

Personal Care
(bathing, grooming, bathroom assistance, hygiene, feeding, dressing, and ambulation)
Mobility assistance
Assist with exercise regimens/Range of motion
Bed-bound and Incontinence care

Home Care

Laundry / Light houskeeping
Bedside supervision
Doctor visits
Grocery shopping / Meal preparation
Running errands

Our Promise to You

  • We will answer when you call
  • We come to where you need us
  • We will be a shoulder to lean on
  • You can choose from different pay schedules
  • We will serve you for the length of time you need us
  • We will not send caregivers who are not directly employed by us.
  • We will keep you informed on the plan of care and if any changes are needed.

We are committed to being your shoulder to lean on and providing honest advice for your loved one’s situation during this delicate time.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between in-home senior care and home health care?

Home care is a broad term used to describe several forms of care provided in-home. Generally, it covers personal care (bathing, dressing, toileting, feeding, transferring, grooming), homemaking services (light housekeeping and chores) and companionship services, which may include personal shopping, transportation, and socialization. In-home senior care is paid privately, whereas home health care is prescribed by a physician and covered by Medicare or supplemental insurance providers.

How should I choose an agency for in-home care?

Choose an agency that will provide all the services you need for your parent or loved one. If you need help identifying these, speak with a doctor, geriatric care manager or hospital discharge planner if the person just left the hospital. These people can refer you to reputable agencies.  

Here are important questions that you need to ask your agency before getting in-home care of any kind:

Is your agency licensed by the state?

What services do you provide?

How quickly can services begin?

Why should I choose your agency?

Are your employees insured and bonded?

Is there consistency among caregivers?

Can my loved one be taken care of safely at home?

What is the role of family members in Home Health Care?

Contact Me

Ask a question or book an appointment below. For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital

(815) 297-7619

Freeport, Illinois