In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we wanted to be sure to thank the most important group of people of all – you, our seniors!

It is because of you that we strive to be the very best we can be. We are consistently setting the bar high to make sure we deliver the best care to you – after all, you deserve it!

We are so grateful for the opportunity to help you in any capacity that you need, and we don’t take it lightly that you trust us enough to choose us as caregivers and to be a part of your life.

We understand that by the time we are serving you, that you have had a whole lifetime of experience. You have worked for decades, raised families, and traveled. You have seen and experienced a full life and the world, and have such wisdom. Our caregivers respect your journey and love to see the world through your lens. And, we enjoy hearing anecdotes and stories about your past and garnering your wisdom. (Some of our favorite times are those spent laughing with you over a funny story you’ve told!)

We realize that inviting a caregiver into your home means a huge adjustment for you. There may be feelings of vulnerability, frustration, or uncertainty. You undertake a huge leap in faith by allowing a caregiver into your home and working so personally with them. You will have to trust us with your unique, and sometimes intimate needs. You confide in us with your deepest concerns. Being there for you is an honor and we are always careful to respect your privacy and confidentiality. We thank you for choosing us through how we serve you and promote a better quality of life for you physically, mentally, and emotionally.

However we serve you, be it keeping you company, offering comfort, fostering more independence, or simply helping around the house, it is our privilege to be there for you and help enhance your quality of life.

To the families of seniors who we serve – thank you for trusting us with your loved ones. We hope our being there for them allows you to have peace of mind.

Thank you for being you and for choosing us. We are so grateful for you.

Traci Beagley, CDP
Founder & CEO

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