Chapel Hill, Orange County (Change Location)

Meet Our Team

We believe every family in the area deserves tailor made in-home senior care with a compassionate touch. That's why we established Home Instead® of Chapel Hill, NC.

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Proudly Serving Aging Adults & Their Families

Our Promise

As a locally owned business, our team offers friendly, responsive service right in your neighborhood. Families love our team because we:
  • Do what we say we’re going to do – each and every time
  • Solve care problems using compassionate, person-centered solutions
  • Engage in thoughtful relationships with the families we serve
  • Give back to our community

About Us

Meet Our Team

Stephen Lair, Franchise Owner

Stephen Lair, Franchise Owner

​Stephen Lair is the franchise owner of Home Instead Senior Care in Chapel Hill. He was selected as a member of the E.A. Morris Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in 2009 and has been twice chosen as one of WCHL's Hometown Hero Village Pride Award recipients. As an Eagle Scout, Stephen has always had a passion for the outdoors and is heavily involved as a leader with the local Boy Scouts of America. Stephen has served as host for a variety of local events such as the Alzheimer's Walk, the National Parkinsons Foundation's Moving Day and Wreaths Across America. Each year, he coordinates several different community service campaigns such as Mission Medicine, Salute To Senior Service and Be A Santa To A Senior. Stephen is also a highly sought after speaker, singer, emcee and auctioneer. As a local expert on aging, Stephen has made appearances on Time Warner Cable News, WCHL, UNCTV, WNCN, WCHL and iHeartradio. A few years ago, Stephen and his wife, Cher, made national news when the video of their gender reveal party went viral. Their story was featured on Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, The Today Show, CNN and Inside Edition to name a few. The front page story which recounted the events in the News and Observer was the third most circulated story of 2015 and the most clicked online content in the history of all McClatchy news markets. The hubbub from the video eventually landed them a guest spot on the Ellen Show in April of 2015. They have seven remarkable sons and one daughter: Jackson, Campbell, Sawyer, Houston, Shepherd, Knox, Fisher and Ruby.
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Alvonia Baldwin, Executive Director of Operations

Every ship has a captain and we are blessed to have Alvonia at the helm. As Executive Director of Operations, she is responsible for making sure that all the moving pieces of the puzzle are properly ordered. More importantly, she works to make sure that we stay true to our core principles and our company culture.

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Kristin Broughton, Home Care Consultant

Kristin comes to Home Instead with over a decade of sales experience and is tasked with building a network of community partners in Chapel Hill. Our holistic approach to serving the needs of seniors and their families requires the seamless integration of local doctors, nurses, communities, and services. We are blessed to having Kristin leading the charge towards better outcomes for the seniors we are privileged to serve.

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Christy Rockefeller, Regional General Manager

Christy oversees an entire team of individuals who work largely behind the scenes to make the care we provide look effortless. It has been said that it takes a village. Christy is the mayor of that village. "I love being part of an organization that is able to focus on both maintaining the independence of seniors and building a great place for care professionals to work. Both of those missions are so important to me."

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Savanah Atkins, Senior Client Manager

Savanah is one of the prime points of contact for clients and their families. She directs a team of individuals who are dedicated to Exceeding the Expectations of Everyone We Encounter. We call it simply- Our 4E's. "I love working in home care because it allows me the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of senior and their families."

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Colleen Robinson, Client Care Coordinator

It is easy for home care companies to make promises. The challenge comes in the long-term task of making sure those promises are kept. Through our extensive quality assurance program, Colleen works proactively to make sure that every member of our Home instead family receives the five-star caliber service that has defined our brand in the local community for more than two decades.

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Amanda Padilla, Care Pro Relationship Manager

Better care for the care pros has always been one of the driving forces behind our success at Home Instead. Amanda is the relational hub for that part of our process. "Our elders deserve for this to be a stage in their lives that is as relaxing and comfortable as we can make it, and I am glad to be a prt of that process."

Lisa Vook, RN Supervisor

Lisa Vook, RN Supervisor

​As Nurse Supervisor, Lisa works with our clients and their families to make sure that our care professionals are successful in their efforts. Like a chef in the kitchen, Lisa writes the recipe for success that directs the efforts of all of our team members.

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Barb Hall, RN Agency Administrator

Barb works directly with our care professionals to make sure they are equipped to provide exemplary care to our clients. "I have always loved working with the elderly. They have such unique and diverse experiences to learn from! I've been a nurse for over a decade and recently made the switch to home care to help provide the in-home support seniors deserve and I couldn't be happier about it!"

Our Team

Your Home Instead team in Chapel Hill, NC possesses a heartfelt desire to work with older adults in the community. It is our ultimate goal to forge extraordinary relationships between our clients and their Care Professionals.

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

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