Mother, Book Lover, Sea Shell Collector, Gardener
“Always do what you say you’re going to do.”
I Want to Be Your Champion
I opened my ComForCare location to help people understand the options they have, so they can make the best choice that aligns with their wants, needs and goals. Not everybody should stay at home, and not everybody should be in an assisted living community. We take everything into consideration when working with our clients and their families. Once the family has chosen ComForCare, we dedicate ourselves to matching the right caregiver to our clients based on personalities, likes and needs. When we have a connection between our caregivers and clients, the joy is overwhelming.
In those moments, I think back to my dad and the challenges he faced when he was diagnosed with dementia. When he was alone with people he didn’t know, he would be frightened. When I would walk into the room, his whole demeanor would change. He would feel safe again. That feeling of safety is what we strive to provide for our clients through our caregivers – someone they know and are comfortable with, so they can feel safe again. That is invaluable to our clients and their families.
Why We’re Different
We are committed to hiring the best possible people to care for you or your loved one. Through our rigorous hiring processes, extensive training and continuing education, we invest in our caregivers so they can properly invest in you. Any person who comes to your home will have met me first, so I can be sure they are of the caliber we want for our clients.
As an owner, I am a phone call away, 24/7, to solve any problems or answer any questions you may have. Our registered nurse and case manager offer the same availability, creating a network of support unmatched in the industry. We are here to make your lives easier.
- Bachelor’s in business administration from Ventura City College
- Member of the Sarasota County Aging Network, a support and resource organization providing grants, education and referrals for issues concerning seniors
- Volunteer at the Sarasota Friendship Center, a nonprofit network that supports adults ages 50 and older
- Involved with the Gillespie Park community