As a Certified Senior Adviser and Care Coordinator, I encourage you to contact us to care for you or your loved ones. I am committed, along with my dedicated and caring staff, to providing exceptional service.
As the first born of six children, I have always been a “caregiver” by nature. However, I gained first hand experience at providing care to a loved one, when my Father-in-law became ill and lived with my husband and I for more than four years, until he passed away. The experience forced me to be involved with all facets of the Health Care Industry, as well as learn the complexities of the medical system and medical insurance options. While it was a bit overwhelming, I also realized that it was very rewarding and challenging. I was able to provide our loved one the quality of care that every individual deserves, while keeping him living in our home and close to his family. I find great satisfaction in knowing that my husband and I provided his father with the “best” years of his life!
After a long term management career with the General Electric Company (“GE”), I had the opportunity to start my second career in 2005. While I accomplished a great deal during my career with GE, I wanted to do something that would provide me with a feeling of accomplishment, but also fulfill my need to help others, especially seniors. I believe I have accomplished this by becoming a member of The Seniors Choice Network, the largest non medical membership network in the United States. After joining the Senior Choice Network, I also earned my certification as a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA).
I am committed to growing my business by hiring qualified, caring individuals, who can provide assistance to you or your loved one, while remaining in the familiar surroundings of home. My goal is to provide our services with a personalized touch by meeting with each family personally and staying connected 24/7 via e-mail or phone. My caregivers are an extension of myself and will help you through the ever changing process of “Aging with Dignity”.
Sally A. McGuire, CSA