After working with his wife's parents and their challenges with Alzheimer's desease, Bruce decided to move his business sense to a mission with Home Instead Senior Care. Bruce engages daily to change the face of aging in Cincinnati.
Both Susan and her husband Bruce grew up watching their parents care for their grandparents. Susan became a caregiver for her parents much sooner than expected, which sparked her passion for providing home care.
When she's not helping change the face of aging, Susan likes cooking, gardening, needlework and spending time with family.
Lynn joined Home Instead Senior Care in 2010. She has been instrumental in our success ever since Day 1. She is Bruce's sister so she experienced the same difficulties that come with taking care of an aging parent just as Bruce did. For many years their mother lived with Lynn in Virginia and she was her primary caretaker. After her passing Lynn moved to Cincinnati and provided more assistance than we could have ever asked for.
She is known by her close familiy here as "Nonnie."
Adrienne has been with Home Instead of Cincinnati since 2016. She handles all of our client's needs, meets with the families, sets up new clients, is often the face of our office, and handles several other essential items to help everything run smoothly. This indusrty has always been important to her, and with a logistics background in Developmental Disability Services she was a natural fit here at Home Instead.
When the Oxford local isn't saving the day here, she spends her free time on the "Funny Farm."
Angila has been with Home Instead
of Cincinnati since January, 2018 when she was originally brought on as a CAREGiver. Now, she handles all of our scheduling needs, works
shifts when necessary, and helps keep everything in order so we can operate as smoothly as possible. Another aspect of her job is to keep CAREGiver moral high, becasue we all know happy workers make for happy clients.
In her spare time she dedicates countless hours to feeding the homeless and helping those who are less fortunate around the city. She is a cherished member of the Home Instead family.
Amelia recently joined the Home Instead family in May, 2020.
She is an NKU graduate who is currently pursuing a master’s degree. She has
spent her entire professional career improving the lives of older adults.
However, after several years in a facility she felt that her talents would be
much better suited for changing the face of aging here at Home Instead.
She is a lover of coffee and cute fluffy animals. Currently,
she enjoys cuddling with her stuffed pig that
sits on her desk with a smile.
Richie is currently a student at Miami University pursuing a degree in Strategic Communications and Gerontology. He has grown up watching his parents care for their parents and has always had a passion for advancing the face of aging in any way he can.
"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.