Janice came to Home Instead with a well-rounded background, having many years of experience in management, marketing, and customer relations. For 19 years, she worked with ClubCorp, a company that owns upscale, private city and country clubs. In 2012, she transitioned into the senior care industry focusing on home care and senior living communities.
As General Manager, she is responsible for the day-to-day management of the business. Her goal is three-fold: hire happy, dependable employees who have a heart for helping others; provide outstanding care to every Home Instead client; and grow the business in a fiscally responsible way.
Janice grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She resides with her husband and two sons in the BridgeMill community of Canton.
Anne has been employed with home
Instead Senior Care since August of 2000. She started as a caregiver and
worked in recruitment as well. As a Community Service Representative,
Anne informs and educates referral agencies and new relationships on the
services Home Instead Senior Care provides. Relationships are very
important to Anne because she understands that it is much easier to have
someone in your home caring for your loved one that you know and trust. To Anne it is personal.
Judy Scarborough came to Home Instead in 2004 as a Caregiver and quickly advanced to working in the office, where she has worn a variety of hats over the years. As the current Office Coordinator, she assists the nurses with scheduling home consultations, handles in-house and external recruitment efforts, oversees all client paperwork and filing, processes background checks and onboarding of new Caregiver hires , instructs orientation and continuing education courses for the Rome office, and is the Assistant to the General Manager. Caring for her mother with Alzheimer's for over a decade, Judy personally understands the needs of our clients and their loved ones and is devoted to providing exceptional senior care to every individual.
Mary joined our team in 2010 as a CAREGiver and she is also a Certified Nurse’s Aide. She came to us with an extensive background in Customer Service and Hotel Management, but her love of caring for senior adults was realized when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. Having been through that 10-year battle of the disease with her mother, Mary felt a strong need to help those families that may be going through similar experiences. This passion led her to work in many different areas within our company including Customer Service Representative and Staffing Coordinator. In her current position, Mary is responsible for hiring the very best CAREGiver’s for our clients and she loves being able to make a positive difference in their lives.
Christine started as a caregiver with Home Instead in 2015,
in a few short months she was invited to a CAREGiver appreciation breakfast
where she met the office staff and was recruited for her talents in training
and management. Christine brings with her 17 years of Retail and Office
management with a Certificate in Medical Coding and she is currently a licensed
CNA. Christine’s ability to manage stress while maintaining high standards and
keeping an infectious fun spirt makes her a value to our dynamic staff.
Amanda started with Home Instead in 2015 as a caregiver,
she brought with her over 3 years’ of compassionate caregiving experience.
Within months of starting with our company she was presented the opportunity to
work with our scheduling team part time. She has proven to be a valuable part
of our scheduling team with her attention to detail. Which lead to her becoming
full time with the scheduling team in 2016, and recently taking on the responsibility of managing our scheduling department. She continues to help our company
grow with her eagerness to assist our clients with their needs.
Kimberly joined the Home Instead
Senior Care Team in February 2016, bringing her knowledge and experience in
working with seniors in a variety of settings.
Her nursing career began at age eighteen, working in public and private
nursing homes as a CNA. Kimberly worked
with seniors throughout her college years and graduated with honors receiving
her BSN from the Oregon Health & Science University located in Portland,
Oregon. Upon graduation, she moved to
Honolulu, Hawaii and worked in the hospital and clinic setting as a Registered
Nurse. Kimberly is married with two
adult daughters, is a member of her local DAR Chapter and enjoys playing
competitive tennis. Kimberly currently serves as a Patient Care Coordinator
providing training for newly hired caregivers and performs client assessments
for Home Instead Senior Care.
A self-employed medical transcriptionist for fifteen years, Laura decided to use her knowledge with a job in caregiving. She graduated top of her class at Kennesaw State University with her BSN in 2002. In 2008, she began caring for her own mother. Because she had such a positive experience using Home Instead services at that time, she was delighted to begin working for us. She draws from that experience as her source of empathy, understanding what a stressful endeavor it is to care for a disabled parent. She has served as a volunteer for Wellstar Hospice, and she's served the homeless at MUST Ministries in Marietta. She and her husband have two grown children, and they recently welcomed into the world their very first grandchild.
Laurie came to our
company in June, 2016. She came to us with 14 years of caregiving
experience. Care giving has been her passion since childhood. She has helped
with family, worked at Assisted living facility, Home care agency, as well as
had private duty clients. She has now taken on a different role in this field
by becoming part of our scheduling team. She will listen compassionately to the
clients as well as the care givers for their needs.
"I am continually struck by the professionalism, high level of caring and exemplary caregivers that I have met from Home Instead. My mom couldn't live without them, and neither could I.
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