World Traveler, Quilter, Mother
“It’s always been my mission to help people be safe and independent in their own homes.”
As an occupational therapist for over 20 years, it’s always been my calling to help others be as independent as they can be, in order to live life on their own terms. It’s been very fulfilling work, but once the patient returned home, I couldn’t help but wonder and be concerned about what sort of care and support they were receiving after they left my care.
It was this concern and wondering that led me to open my own home care franchise. I want to continue to be a part of my clients’ care journey, even after they’d left occupational therapy. Making sure my clients live their best lives possible is very important to me, and the chance to provide that sort of care in the long term is deeply rewarding.
My Home Care Pledge
Some of my goals in life are to help people live out their potential and to give back to the community. . When my children were younger, this meant being involved in their schools and the organizations that held their interests, helping them to foster their passions and flourish on their own terms. Now that they’re grown, it seems only right that I should turn that same energy and enthusiasm to home care, where I can give assistance to those who need it, so they too can flourish on their own terms.
My home care pledge is that I will remain as committed to my clients, their families and my employees as I am to my own family. I would like each and every one of them live their best lives possible, and I’m so honored and blessed to be a part of that journey.
- Bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy, Summa Cum Laude, from San Jose State University
- Occupational therapist for more than 20 years