30 Years of Care
Can you believe we have spent the last 30 years caring for those you CARE for most? We wanted to celebrate this milestone with a logo that better expresses our mission.
Our mission has been and will be to assist individuals with both physical and/or mental disabilities in achieving a better quality of life by caring for your loved ones in their own homes. It is important in our process to not only care for the physical needs of an individual but also their emotional needs with dignity and respect.
We hope to make each person feel secure and able to maintain an increased sense of dignity and independence while still feeling supported. Our dedication goes beyond the bare minimum because we tailor our care to each person’s specific needs. We offer six branches of quality in-home care, because there truly is no place like home.
Types of Care:
- In-Home Care
- Elder Care
- Respite Care
- Special Needs Care
- Private Pay Home Care
- Emergency Response
Our goal is growth and if that means driving to appointments, assisting with errands, offering companionship, or any other type of in-home care, we are there.
We know the responsibility of holding your loved one’s heart in our hands, and we do not take this charge lightly. Our signature color, green, will be consistent in our branding to represent life and growth. Our previous logo denotes the beauty of legacy and wisdom with the symbolism of an owl and a tree. This symbolism does not refer to our experience, but rather the nature of those persons we have the privilege of caring for the most.
Today, we present to you a new symbol of our company that we believe depicts what we do every day. We know the responsibility of holding your loved one’s heart in our hands, and we do not take this charge lightly. One of our biggest joys is to see growth and love sprout up from our nurturing hands, bringing a longer and happier life to those we cherish.
If you or someone you love is in need of the services we provide, please let us know. We hope that our dedication to life and longevity will continue for the next 30+ years.
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