"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.
Brian has been serving seniors since 1996. As a Deputy Sheriff, he found himself going on welfare check calls for seniors and staying several hours to socialize with them just to be sure that they were okay.
In California, he previously served on the Rotary Club Board, formed partnerships with local non-profits to improve the services seniors were receiving in the community and founded an Aging Resource Center to bring senior resources to an underserved rural community.
With his 19+ years of experience working with seniors, Brian has developed a keen understanding of the challenges seniors and their families face every day and the many options available for addressing those challenges. Brian is excited to bring his wealth of experience in senior care to the Olympic Peninsula.
Trina has a true love of providing care for seniors. In college, she used to volunteer with seniors to teach art classes. She loved seeing how much joy she could bring into their lives.
In her days at the Public Guardians office, she saw some of the more difficult situations that can come up when people are dealing with the aging process. She strives to make a difference in the lives of all of the seniors she comes in contact with.
Trina oversees all office operations. Her goal is to ensure that everything is running as smoothly as possible for our clients and their family members.
Laura Mary visits with new clients and family members to perform a needs assessment and recommend a customized plan of care. After the client is established and the plan of care is being implemented Laura Mary does perform follow-up evaluations to ensure our high quality of care standards are being met. Laura Mary has a degree in Psychology and has worked as both a parent educator and parent coach. Before moving to the Olympic Peninsula Laura Mary spent 20 years in Switzerland, where she taught ESL for all ages and taught a French/English kindergarten class and also worked as a family counselor.
Kim originally joined us as a CAREGiver. After being awarded CAREGiver of the month, we asked her to join our administrative team. Kim is a great addition to the team and will utilize her previous experience in scheduling from a previous company she had worked for, and CAREGiving to best serve the scheduling and caregiver matching needs of Home Instead Senior Care clients.
Renee comes to us with many years in the hospitality industry. She is used to managing resort properties and building relationships in communities. We are happy to have her handling the challenging tasks of managing insurance claims, billing, payroll and general accounting tasks.
Kelsey's job as the Recruitment & Engagement Coordinator is to recruit,
screen, hire, train, and engage a staff of CAREgivers in order to provide the
highest quality service to our clients.
In 2012, Kelsey moved from Alaska
after studying Physical Education at the University of Anchorage Alaska to care
for her Grandmother who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) here in Port
Townsend, Washington. She has spent the last 3 years working in retirement
facilities; gaining an understanding of what clients need from CAREgivers and
what CAREgivers need from an office staff as a team.
Kelsey began herin her career with Home Instead in June 2015 and is thrilled to make a difference in the daily lives of seniors.
Rashelle began her care-giving career 17 years ago in her hometown of Aberdeen Washington, first as a caregiver, then onto Office Assistant, then Scheduling Supervisor. She moved to the Olympic Peninsula and started work with Home Instead in 2014 as Staff Coordinator. Rashelle recently has taken on the duty of providing both local Home Instead offices with administrative support for all staff members, clients and CAREGivers. She monitors and oversees the admin and record-keeping functions of the offices to ensure they are running smoothly and as efficiently as possible.
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