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Arkansas mother starts small business to help seniors and adults with disabilities

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Little Rock, Arkansas – An Arkansas mother created Right at Home, which provides a range of in-home care options for seniors and also adults with disabilities.

After she saw the need for in-home caregiving services, Lauren Miller created Right at Home.

“Six years ago, my mom died, and we used a service of a local agency and had that nightmare situation most people were afraid of,” Lauren Miller with Right at Home said.

Miller wanted others to have the services they need in a time they need them most after grieving the death of her mom. Since then, she has helped thousands of families across the country. “Walking with weary vulnerable people daily can be hard. I never thought I would be here. But I can’t imagine doing anything else. It’s special,” Miller said.

There are currently more than twelve million women-owned businesses in the US. She is part of a growing trend of women starting their own businesses.

“Right at Home started by basically following a calling,” Miller said.

 

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