"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.
My name is Wriston Marshburn and my wife is Catharine Marshburn, and we are proud to own the Anderson, SC Home Instead Senior Care® office. We opened this business because we were looking for a way to positively impact the lives of others. We believe that we can do this in Anderson and in the surrounding areas by providing home care services to seniors so that they can remain independent as long as possible.
We are both originally from North Carolina. I have been a lawyer in Winston-Salem, practicing in product liability litigation. Catharine home schools our children, Chase and Stuart. I went to college at Furman University, so opening a Home Instead Senior Care office in Anderson is a return to the Upstate for me. Catharine's parents live in Beaufort and her brother went to Clemson, so she also has ties to SC and the Upstate.I had felt for some time that I was not helping people enough in my law practice, so Catharine and I began to look at businesses that would support our family and also allow us to help others. We found out about Home Instead Senior Care through friends who knew the owner of the Winston-Salem office. We learned that Home Instead Senior Care is in business to help a growing senior population stay safe and as independent as possible in their homes or care communities while also giving peace of mind to their families. I spoke to many Home Instead Senior Care owners throughout the Carolinas who all told me that that their clients thanked them often because Home Instead had provided them with such a needed service and had made a really positive difference in their lives. Catharine and I have also had our own experiences that showed us what a need there is for quality home care for our senior loved ones. Catharine's grandfather began to live in her family's home when she was in high school and eventually had caregivers providing him with round the clock care. Catharine saw what a blessing it was for her family and the caregivers to be able to assist her grandfather and keep him company. She also saw what a relief it was to her family to know that her grandfather was not alone and had a friend to be with him all the time. My own parents moved back to their hometown of Swansboro, NC to be near and provide assistance to my grandparents in their golden years. My parents have considered hiring a caregiver so that they feel good during times when they cannot be with my grandmother.Through our desire to help others and our own experiences with our grandparents, Catharine and I decided to open our own Home Instead Senior Care office in Anderson SC. We chose Anderson because we like Upstate South Carolina, because we feel there is a need for quality senior care here, and because we felt that God led us here.It is our goal to provide the best home care and services available to the seniors of the Upstate.
Rona was our very first employee when we opened in 2009 and she is the friendly voice that you hear when you call our office. Rona has done every job in the office and basically runs the place, but her main job is to manage the staffing of our wonderful clients! Everyone loves Rona! She is very family oriented and loves meeting new people.
Music, cooking, reading and spending time with her wonderful family and friends are some of Rona's favorite things. Rona is very active in her church serving as a trustee, an usher, assistant clerk/secretary and assistant teacher for the 6-8 year old primary class.
"Working for Home Instead Senior Care has been the most rewarding job I have ever had. I am very focused on making sure that the client and caregiver relationship is a good fit for all, so that our seniors can feel safe in their own homes and will have peace of mind knowing that a responsible CAREGiver is there to help them in every way possible."
Danielle is passionate about seniors and Anderson, SC. As our Community Liason she will be focusing on those two things. Her primary responsibilities are educating the community in non-medical home care, aging issues and dementias. Communicating with the community about our services will only help to improve the lives of our senior citizens in Anderson.
Danielle grew up in Pendleton, South Carolina. She is married to Jeff Roberts, and they have three children. Danielle is a member of St. John's UMC, she loves to garden, and loves the beach.
Danielle says, "I am fascinated by seniors. Their lives, stories, and experiences captivate me.
Dana has always had an interest in the senior population and is very passionate about them. As the Administrative Assistant Dana supports and assists our office staff with a variety of jobs involving client care and CAREGiver support in order to provide the highest quality service to anyone who calls or walks into our office. She has been a part of our Home Instead family since the spring of 2017.
Dana was born in Nebraska, but grew up in Minnesota. She has lived in South Carolina since 2008 and is married and has two children whom she loves very much. Golfing, reading, hiking and exploring the beautiful South Carolina Upstate are just a few of her favorite things to do.
Dana says, "Becoming a part of the Anderson Home Instead Senior Care team is a wonderful blessing!" She looks forward to meeting and helping anyone calling or coming into our office anyway that she can.
Amy loves seniors, listening to their stories and offering them the support and help they deserve. As our Client Care Coordinator, Amy oversees all of our clients needs to provide solutions and create a tailored care plan for them. She will continuously evaluate each client's care plan through a series of on-going communication and visits to ensure the highest quality care and client satisfaction for each client.
Amy is from Anderson, is married and has two children. She spends much of her time watching her children play sports, and when she is not at the ball field she and her family enjoy hiking, going to the beach and the lake. Family is her world and they love spending time together.
Amy says, "I am thrilled to be apart of the Home Instead family. I love coming to work because everyday is a different experience with each client."
Lisa has been part of the Home Instead family since December of 2014. She has been a Caregiver to our wonderful Seniors for three years and now serves as the Recruitment and Engagement Coordinator. Lisa is the one who hires and trains our CAREGivers. She does not only hire our CAREGivers, but exceptional CAREGivers who display compassion, patience, trustworthiness and dependability all of which are our Home Instead Senior Care standards. She has always loved Seniors and has a heartfelt desire to encourage, nurture and help to enhance their daily lives in any way she can. She has loved the one-on-one contact and has learned so much from each and every one of them.
Lisa is originally from Tennessee, but has lived in South Carolina for 30 years. She has two beautiful daughters, two great sons-in-law, and four amazing and adorable grandchildren. She loves family time and being outdoors. Hiking is her favorite pastime and she is always seeking out new trails in Western North Carolina, the Upstate and the North Georgia mountains. Lisa also loves ballroom dancing and community theatre and has been very actively involved with the Anderson community working on various fundraisers for non-profits in our area for many years. She says, "One will always find blessings in service to others."
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