When I started Compassionate Care in 2002, my goal was to create a company that was more “personal” than “business.” I wanted our service to meet needs from the simple homemaker tasks and transportation to the more personal services such as attending doctor’s appointments with an update to family members.
From the beginning, my business has been blessed with steady growth...a testimony to the love and care that my caregivers provide. Personal
interaction and care is still very
important to me. In fact, I still do initial, in-home consultations myself, phone check-ins with clients, as well as fill in on shifts as often as possible. It is very important to me to know that we are doing everything as well as I have promised.
Even if you choose not to use the services of Compassionate Care, my prayer is that you and your loved one will be very kindly cared for, and I trust God to provide for your needs.