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​At Your Service 24/7 in Mississauga

Your Home Instead Senior Care in Mississauga possess a heartfelt desire to work with seniors in the Mississauga area including Streetsville, Clarkson, Port Credit & Applewood. It's the reason why they were chosen to serve seniors and their families.

When you're ready for help, our caring staff is on call to quickly answer your questions and accommodate your senior services needs.

It's that simple. This is all we do and because the home care services your loved one or friend needs must come from someone you trust locally, Home Instead Senior Care office is passionate about exceeding the needs of the elderly in our community. We're not a giant corporation run from the top down - we're a community-based, friendly and responsive office right here in Mississauga.

Call us at (905) 276-2273 and our Home Care specialists can schedule a complimentary in-home visit to discuss your needs and answer all of your questions

Today, many relationships are formed daily through CAREGivers who provide home care help to clients and their families who desire assistance with activities that used to be simple. Tasks like grabbing a can of soup from the top shelf, opening the mail, reading a book, folding laundry, tying shoelaces or scrapbooking family history are not as easy as they used to be for many seniors.​​​ ​​


Greg Bechard, Franchise Owner

Greg Bechard, Franchise Owner

Greg, father to Liam and Ava, and husband to Shelley, is well known in the field of home care, but his roots have simple beginnings as his earliest recollections of senior activism refer to a time when his mom was involved with charities like Meals on Wheels and encouraged him and his siblings to do the same.  Today, his sits on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Home Care Association, has strong ties to the Alzheimer Society Peel (including partnership in the Caregiver ReCharge Program) and focusses the efforts of the Mississauga office on philanthropy, public education and community outreach.  He is an author of the book Trusted Transitions, was presented the Advocacy Award by Home Instead Corporate for his tireless efforts, and since 2009 has driven Home Instead Mississauga to exceed the expectations of over 1000 seniors and their families, by striving for service excellence.


Brenda Enright, Managing Director

Brenda Enright, Managing Director

​Working with seniors is something that was instilled upon me from a young age by my mother. When my mother was a volunteer visitor I would occasionally join her on her visits to see Katarina when I was about 8 years old. Katarina was Russian and spoke only a little bit of English. I still remember that Katarina would be in absolute amazement when I would put the straw in my drinking box – she had never seen anything like it and I would show her how it worked! In sharing the same passion with my mother, I continued on during my high school years volunteering at a Long Term Care facility & volunteer visiting also. Later in life when my grandmother was in Long Term Care, just over an hour away, I regularly went to visit her with my three children until she passed away in 2010. Seeing the enjoyment that she would get watching the children run around and engage her was priceless and truly memorable. Being with Home Instead Senior Care allows me to work at my passion and sincerely feel like I am making a difference in a senior’s life. I am honoured to have the privilege to provide services to our clients and it is something I take very personally.


Dan Gallagher, Director of Community Relations

Dan Gallagher, Director of Community Relations

In his role, Dan Gallagher lets healthcare professionals in the community know about Home Instead Senior Care services and helps families find immediate care in emergency situations. He will responsible for connecting Home Instead Senior Care in the Etobicoke and Mississauga communities. Dan was selected because of his keen interest in seniors and his desire to help them maintain their independent lifestyle. Dan will be out in the Etobicoke and Mississauga communities working with our community partners presenting our public education programs and sharing how Home Instead can help seniors and their families. Dan will also be involved in the community supporting non profit and other organizations that serve seniors.


Paul Alavathil, Director of Client Care

Paul Alavathil, Director of Client Care

Paul grew up in the Mississauga and is grateful to now be able support his community.  His career with Home Instead has given him the opportunity to connect with the vast amount of resources that exist to family caregivers and their senior loved ones, including those provided by Home Instead Senior Care.  He is a good listener and will do his best to understand your unique needs and present you with only the very best of options.  His goal is return family caregivers to the role of spouses, sons and daughters and seniors to higher quality of life, by ensuring that your CAREGiver and solutions are "best-fit".


Ramona Sabau, Office Manager

Ramona Sabau, Office Manager

Ramona Sabau has recently joined the Home Instead team as Office Manager. Ramona recognizes the importance and value of providing high-quality services to our CAREGivers, our office employees and our clients. Her extensive experience as office manager and her background in accounting are serving her in managing the payroll,  accounting,  client invoicing and all other day to day office challenges here at Home Instead. Ramona loves multi-tasking and helping people. She is very excited to be part of the Home Instead Senior Care team because she gets to do what she loves. In her spare time, Ramona likes to get outside and spend time with her family.


Rosie Jabbal, Recruitment Coordinator

Rosie Jabbal, Recruitment Coordinator
Rosie has an extensive background in customer service; she previously worked in the hospitality industry as a manager and it’s there that she first learned how to build valuable lasting relationships. Rosie wanted to apply her skills to a field where she could make a bigger difference and help others in her community. She began her journey with Home Instead 2 years ago, working as a Service Coordinator. She built strong ties to clients and CAREGivers. Because of her success in that role and because opportunity met with skill and training, she was promoted to Recruitment Coordinator. Rosie earned her diploma in Human Resources from Sheridan college, so she will bring to this role experience and education and continue to build on our roster of excellent CAREGivers. She will focus on CAREGivers that build trust, take the lead and who share their heart.

Shanyce Balgrove, Service Coordinator

Shanyce Balgrove, Service Coordinator

Since the age of 17, Shanyce has had a passion for working with older adults. She has always felt that there aren’t enough people advocating for them so she made it her duty to find herself a career that benefits older adults and enhances their quality of life. Shanyce has over 4 years of practicum and volunteer experience in the senior care field. She also has a strong customer service background having previously worked in retail in and the hospitality industry. Shanyce also has experience working in long-term care homes, retirement homes and assisted living homes. During her time there, she gained many skill, as she worked with social workers, activation-coordinators, personal support workers, and memory care workers. Shanyce holds a Social Service Work-Gerontology diploma from Sheridan College. She is excited at the prospect of assisting older adults live comfortably in their home with the assistance of Home Instead Senior Care CAREGivers.



Madison Cheney, Service Coordinator

Madison Cheney, Service Coordinator

Madison has an extensive background in customer service and previously spent 4 years as a manager. She has completed numerous courses in effective management and people practices. Her experience and additional training make her a great fit for the role of service coordinator.  She is excited that she is in a position that enables her to be able to make a positive impact in the lives of seniors, their families and the caregivers.  She loves that she gets to spend every day making connections with amazing people. She believes in the quote “if you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life”.  In her free time Madison loves to spend time with her daughter. ​


Daniela Yepez, Recharge Service Coordinator

Daniela Yepez, Recharge Service Coordinator

Daniela has dedicated her life to work to welfare and health of the community.  She has several years of experience in the medical field.  Previously, she worked as  a Nutritionist in her native country of Venezuela, where she had the opportunity to work closely with seniors.  She built strong relationships with these clients and their families in order to improve their quality of life.  She feels very proud of being a part of the Mississauga Home instead team as a ReCharge Service Coordinator so she can ese her wealth of knowledge and experience to ensure the highest standard of care.​


Mikaela Leonardo, Key Player Assistant

Mikaela Leonardo,  Key Player Assistant

Mikaela recognizes the importance of providing quality services to seniors and to their families.  She utilizes her strong background in customer service and her education to ensure that our clients receive reliable and consistent care.  She also understands and makes it a priority to establish genuine and trustworthy relationships with clients and CAREGivers and assists them in making the best decisions. Mikaela is excited to learn and gain as much knowledge and experience at Home Instead to carry on for years to come.   Currently, Mikaela is in her final year at York University, pursuing her degree in Sociology.​


Connie Sudeyko, Client Care Coordinator

Connie Sudeyko, Client Care Coordinator

Connie first began her career caring for the vulnerable at Children's Aid Society of Peel.  Her many experiences there taught her the value of trust and the importance of building relationships.  After taking some time off to raise her family, she once again  felt the call to care for individuals in the community, but this time with seniors at Home Instead as a CAREGiver.  She found her time with seniors extremely rewarding and has now become the Client Care Coordinator.  Connie brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience, having worked directly with many seniors, and is truly dedicated to enhancing the lives of others.  She is excited to collaborate with you to ensure you receive the highest standard of care, quality and excellence.



Ildiko Cserey, RPN, Client Care Coordinator

Ildiko Cserey, RPN,  Client Care Coordinator

As a Registered Practical Nurse, Ildiko has many years of experience working with seniors in the community. It is her passion to provide compassionate care for the aging community. Ildiko was also a Registered Nurse in Hungary and the European Union. Growing up she took pride of her aunt’s work who was a community nurse at that time. Ildiko was amazed how much her aunt was able to help people in her community. She feels very fortunate being a part of the Mississauga Homeinstead team as a Client Care Coordinator, and looking forward to support clients, families and caregivers. In her free time Ildiko enjoys spending time with her family, friends and her dog.



Mary Mantei, Client Care Coordinator

Mary Mantei, Client Care Coordinator

Mary has a passion for helping people and is very excited to be working with seniors in her community. She attended McMaster University where she majored in Biology while minoring in Commerce. Having worked in the medical field for many years, she has had the opportunity to witness the aging process and identify the challenges that may come with it. Using this knowledge, she plans to build strong relationships with seniors and their families and assist them in making the best decisions for their loved ones. Her desire is to treat each client how she would expect her own family members to be treated in the same situation.



Sara Eldajjan, On Call Coordinator

Sara Eldajjan, On Call Coordinator

Sara is energetic and passionate and she strives to improve the quality of life for others. Sara began working with seniors in her home country and after she graduated university, continued to work in the health care field. It was the personal experience with her grandmother that drove her to this particular field. She believes that caring for those who cared for us is an honour and a privilege. She believes in team work and team achievements. As an On Call Coordinator Sara will provide our clients and our CAREGivers with peace of mind.


Nancy Woodhouse, On Call Coordinator

Nancy Woodhouse, On Call Coordinator

Nancy has over twenty years of experience working with seniors, the last five with Home Instead and she was also our CAREGiver of the Year. She understands the importance of providing the best care possible to seniors. In this new role, Nancy will make scheduling arrangements, using CAREGivers that are most compatible with the senior. Nancy’s favorite quote is "Life is Not Measured the Number of Breaths You Take, But by the Moments That Take Your Breath Away" In her free time Nancy enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially her son and their three dogs. Nancy is a proud supporter of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto for which she participates and raises funds for their annual Walk for Memories


Jennifer Churchill, Education Coordinator

Jennifer Churchill, Education Coordinator

As the Education Coordinator, Jennifer believes that the best way to improve the quality of life for seniors receiving our care, is to ensure that our CAREGivers and office staff, (as well as interested community members), receive high quality, practical training on an ongoing basis. Jennifer's prior work experience with Home Instead Senior Care is as a CAREGiver and Client Care Coordinator. She has additional work experience in rehabilitation and health education and achieved two science related degrees (Physiotherapy and Kinesiology). Her work and educational experience combine to make her an advocate and valuable educational resource for seniors and the individuals caring for them. ​


Ray Bagaoisan, Bookkeeper

Ray Bagaoisan, Bookkeeper "The harder I work the more I have of it" is a philosophy that Ray identifies with, and which he indicates, inspires him to grow. Ray finished his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in the Philippines and has since had extensive experience in accounts payable and accounts receivable. He subsequently, furthered his skills by successfully completing courses in accounting and payroll administration. During those years that we worked for various companies providing accounting services, he also developed strong interpersonal skills and an natural ability to build strong and lasting relationships. Ray knows his talents are the right fit with Home Instead Senior Care, and in his own unique way, will support the business and provide service excellence.

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