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​​​​​​​Home Instead Senior Care Team​​

At Your Service 24/7 in Jasper, IN

Every day, all across America, families are struggling to cope. Many are raising children, working demanding jobs and trying to care for a senior family member. These Americans are often called the "Sandwich Generation", and they  are growing in record numbers. That's because America is aging in record numbers.

 By the year 2020, the number of seniors will equal the number of 20 to 35 year olds.  Advances in medicine and healthier lifestyles will help seniors work longer and continue to lead more productive lives.  But the numbers also tell another story.  More and more children need to help care for their parents.  These family caregivers eventually run out of hours in the day, the stress becomes too great and the balance is broken.

 Meet our team below.  We are committed to helping our local families and friends to meet the increasing demands of elder care.


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Hayley Martin, Marketing & Senior Development Coordinator

Hayley Martin, Marketing & Senior Development Coordinator

Hayley joined the Home Instead team in 2018 after working extensively in the marketing and sales field. She has a passion for helping others and in-home care due to her background in the military and prior experiences with family.

Hayley is a Dubois County native who joined the Indiana National Guard while still attending Jasper High School. Upon graduation Hayley moved to Wheeler Air Force Base in Hawaii and served the remainder of her military contract as a medic with the Hawaii National Guard. While serving in the military Hayley continued to further her education by pursuing a degree in Business Management. After her military career, Hayley decided to move back home to be closer to her roots and her family. After a highly successful stint in marketing and sales, she decided it was time to combine her skills in those areas with her passion for helping others.

With Hayley's personal experience in Dementia, Alzheimer's, and cancer, home care is so much more to her than just a service. It takes on a personal meaning to her, which shows through with her passion for the job.

Hayley lives in Jasper with her fiancé Ty, their 4 children, and her obnoxious cat.


Danielle Nall, Recruitment & Engagement Coordinator

Danielle Nall, Recruitment & Engagement Coordinator

Danielle has one daughter named Bella. She started full time working at local Furniture Manufacturer right after graduating from Southridge High School.  After having her daughter, she was a stay at home mom for 2 yrs. She has a passion for taking care of others, so she started working at Memorial Hospital for several yrs. Has been taking care of both her parents, father who has had several bouts with cancer for over 10 yrs and mother who has had Parkinson's Disease and for over 12 yrs. Danielle herself being diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis at the age of 19. Wanting something more out of life, she decided to become a CAREGiver and give back to others. Danielle was a CAREGiver for over a year, wanting to help in a bigger way she decided to teach other people how to take care of others and decided to take on the role of Recruitment, Training, Engagement of new CAREGiver's. 

Her motto is: No matter what life throws at you, always smile. That smile can make someone's day a little better.


Joline Holder, CAREGiver & Client Care Coordinator

Joline Holder, CAREGiver & Client Care Coordinator

Joline is a Mother of 6 wonderful children and 12 Grandchildren. After working in the banking industry for fourteen years she gave it up to take care of her mother who had cancer. Caring for her mother gave her a better understanding of what individuals and their families go through during an illness. While visiting her mother in the facility she'd love talking to the patients and seeing their faces light up. She felt like she was making a little difference in their lives. She loved talking with them and listening to the wonderful stories they would tell.  So after her mother passed she decided to make a change. She started working as a CNA and later worked up to QMA in facilities.

After many disappointments with being short staffed and just not being able to give quality care she started looking for a way to work one on one with clients, she found Home Instead in April of 2013.  Having over 15 years in Geriatric Care in facilities, specializing In Alzheimer's Care, and end of life care she was certainly an asset to our team. She loved working with the patients  and had found not only a great job but a work family that has always been there for her. After a few years as a caregiver she decided she wanted to really get involved and make a difference, so she joined the office team as our CAREgiver& Client care Coordinator. She says she is finally in a position to make a difference in people's lives.  Her compassion for the Clients and their family knows no bounds. She strives to make sure the Qqality of our service is unmatched and the CAREgivers know she is always there for them. 

Her Motto is : My vision is to live a full, meaningful and thriving life. I stay inspired and empowered by connecting with others, using my character strengths and following my passions.


Brittney Dunn, Service Coordinator

Brittney Dunn, Service Coordinator
​Brittney started her career with Home Instead as an administrative assistant. In September 2016 she was promoted to Service Coordinator. Brittney, her fiancé, Brian and three children, Landon, Kaleigh and Mason live in Jasper and have called the Dubois County area home for most of their lives. Brittney brings a background of over ten years in customer service and found a perfect fit working alongside the caring and dedicated team at Home Instead. 

Brittney’s personal experience with Alzheimer’s, cancer and Parkinson’s disease is the reason why “to Us, It’s Personal” hits home for her. Her compassion for our clients shows every day. She works hard to ensure they have the best service experience. She accomplishes this as all the while showing a great deal of understanding and friendship to our CAREGivers.


Rachelle Beckman, General Manager

Rachelle Beckman, General Manager
​Rachelle joined the Home Instead team in June 2013, choosing to move from a part-time position of Special Needs Assistant at Dubois Middle School to a fulltime career position with Home Instead. Rachelle, and her husband Scott reside in Dubois and have called Dubois County their home their entire lives. They have three sons; Austin, Braiden and Carson and two grandchildren; Luke and Hadleigh. Rachelle is active in her community supporting her local Ruritan Club as well as staying active in sports with her sons. Rachelle brings a background of office management and organizational skills to her role of Operations Manager, after many years for a local wood manufacturer in the Sales Support Field. 

Rachelle’s compassion for our elderly clients shows everyday as she works to assure the best of service for our clients while showing a great deal of understanding for our Caregivers as well. Rachelle’s motto: Wake up every day grateful and take one day at a time. It is, what it is.​

"I could not imagine working anywhere else, this is such a rewarding career," states Rachelle.​

Dennis Gunther, VP of Operations

Dennis Gunther, VP of Operations
​Dennis came to Home Instead Senior Care in January of 2005 after working for Deaconess Hospital for twenty years. In 1992 after the death of his mother, Dennis decided that it was time to change careers, because he wanted to know that what he did on a daily basis made a difference. He went back to school and became a Critical Care Tech on the cardiovascular care center and eventually became an educator for the hospital. In 1997 Dennis took a position in the Resource Center and was a part of Deaconess Hospital's Senior Program. It was here that Dennis found his true calling. While in the Resource Center Dennis assisted in the opening of the two Deaconess Primary Care Centers for Seniors in Evansville.  

In early 2005 Dennis was offered the position of Operations Manager and he quickly accepted. "It didn't take me long after learning about the history of Home Instead Senior Care and its mission to know this was where I belonged," said Dennis. "It is a great feeling to know that you are making a difference on a daily basis. I truly enjoy coming to work everyday." As Operations Manager he oversees the daily operations of all areas of the business. Dennis has a strong passion for seniors and believes in Home Instead Senior Care and its mission. He works closely with all the administrative team to ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction.  In June of 2012, Dennis was promoted to Vice President of Business Development.  In his new role, he now is able to focus on the development of Home Instead outside of the office walls.

Dennis loves his daily interaction with clients, families and CAREGivers. He has a vision, passion and a purpose and that is to make a difference in the lives of our local seniors and their families. Dennis would welcome the opportunity to talk with you about how his team can assist you.

Ben Klipsch, Owner

Ben Klipsch, Owner
Ben has been successfully providing care for seniors in Southern Indiana since 2008. 

After a successful 18-year career at Ameriqual, it was time for him to explore other opportunities that helped meet his desire to connect with our community and help people. After a lengthy search, Home Instead Senior Care was the answer. "My wife, Julie, and I made a conscious decision to raise a family in this area. We are so lucky to get so much from our community; we want to give something back. I am so thankful to work with a dedicated staff in helping our senior population maintain their independence and quality of life."
 
Ben graduated from Purdue in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. After graduation he went to work for Ameriqual and was fortunate to work in a company that developed and fostered tremendous growth over his 18 years there. Ben recognizes and appreciates the value each of his Administrative team brings to Home Instead. One of Ben's greatest strengths is his ability to empower each and every employee to grow both professionally and personally. He takes great pride in bringing out the "greatness" of each of his employees, whether they are part of our Administrative Team or one of our extraordinary CAREGivers.

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