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Jason and Amy are raising a family while paying down their mortgage. Jason and Amy purchased year term life insurance policies to pay off their mortgage. Their wish is to have the home passed down to their children. David is the primary wage-earner for his family and worries about a time he might not be there anymore.
Change Location. A long standing advocate for the Erie community and its residents, she knew she had found her passion.
Dianne felt an instant connection to her clients and the Home Instead Senior Care mission: to enhance the lives of aging adults and their families. Shortly after she ed the company, she channeled this passion into Erie in love waivering over the years new role in the office as the Director of Public Relations, Development, and Operations.
As she worked with the then Home Instead, Erie, owners to spread the word about the services the organization offers, and fostered long-lasting bonds with the clients, the families, and the CAREGivers, it became clear to Dianne that this mission was her calling.
I often wake up in the middle of the night worried about a CAREGiver, worried about the health condition of a client, and praying for an outcome. To contact Dianne, : dcunningham homeinstead. A lifelong Erie resident, he left his career in the auto industry to his wife in supporting the seniors of Erie County and their families after volunteering his time for two years. He is the CEO— a title he does not take lightly— which is as tough and rewarding as it sounds.
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Bob merges business sense with compassion, understanding that preserving the dignity of our clients and providing quality training to our CAREGivers is the key to success for all. He hopes to broaden the reach of our services to all of Erie County in an effort to improve the quality of life for seniors throughout the area and ease the burdens on their families where possible.
To contact Bob, : bcunningham homeinstead. Lisa ed the Home Instead, Erie, team in and has enjoyed working with the team every day since! She is proud to work for a company whose goal is to improve the overall quality of life by fulfilling seniors' wishes to remain in their home as they age while easing the burden on families.
Behind all of the paper and daily tasks, she loves that the core of who we are and what we do helps those in need and relieves stress on families caring for the people they love and cherish the most. She feels blessed to call it her job as it brings her great joy and fulfillment.
The Home Instead, Erie, mission statement, "With mindful hearts, we ease burdens, keep promises, and preserve dignity," is essential to everything Lisa does. I enjoy being a part of this team and look forward to continuing to share our mission with more families and employees for years to come," said Lisa.
To Lisa, it's personal. To contact Lisa, : lcunningham homeinstead. Amy Jennings, Administrative Coordinator. Amy Jennings ed our team as Administrative Coordinator in September She enjoys the challenges that come with this fast-paced, high-energy workplace. Interacting with many CAREGivers and clients daily has helped her develop a better understanding of caring for seniors and their needs. Amy feels that helping a senior remain in their home is truly rewarding and accurately reflects Home Instead, Erie's mission statement: "With mindful hearts, we ease burdens, keep promises, and preserve dignity.
Misty ed our team in February as the Human Resources Manager. Misty was born and raised in New Bern, North Carolina, where she ly worked as Director of Human Resources for a senior living facility. After twelve years of employment, she was promoted to Director of Regional Operations where she oversaw five senior living facilities, supported the staff, and enhanced the lives of seniors.
She is very excited to be the voice of the CAREGivers and passionate about providing quality care at home for seniors. Misty's passion and dedication to the Human Resources department shines through her ability to enlighten those around her, while sharing our mission statement with employees ing our Home Instead family.
To Misty, it's personal. To contact Misty, : misty. With a degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Edinboro University, Kolby always wanted a rewarding career where she can help those in need Erie in love waivering over the years what they truly are passionate about.
Kolby also prides herself on running special training sessions, ensuring our CAREGivers are equipt with the necessary tools while in they're in the field. She enjoys sharing our mission statement with those we serve.
To Kolby, it's personal. To contact Kolby, : kolby. Working with special needs clients, seniors, and of course, life experiences, has allowed her to grow and share her passion of caring for others - a most vital act for the age we live in today.
Caring is two-fold for Jackie. It comes with not only grief, difficulties, and sadness, but also with a sweeter level of love, sharing, and giving of herself. This is a choice. She finds it keeps her developing greater inner resources for seeking a higher expression of understanding in her personal and professional life.
Jackie believes a true CAREGiver knows the most effective way to act upon the universe is through example: attraction rather than promotion. Being willing in mind and spirit is a process she embraces-- a process that can work within the most delicate nature of our soul. From her first interaction with Home Instead Senior Care staff, she felt at home. Life in its fullest brilliance is a reciprocal endeavor-- a labor of love.
It allows her to follow her desire to help, care for, and nurture to the ends of clients' expectations. Being present, being in the moment, helping clients and their families make the best, and at times, difficult decisions is critical. Providing an objective evaluation on an individual basis is where she feels the spiritual force of her responsibilities.
She challenges herself to ease families' burdens, provide information, and keep the Home Instead promise to assure our clients' needs are met. To Jackie, it's personal. Maggie began working with Home Instead Senior Care inbut caring for others has been a passion of hers from the time she was Erie in love waivering over the years little girl.
Maggie started out as a CAREGiver, working for a wonderful and loving family for over for six years, who came to see her as if she was one of their own daughters. After realizing she wanted to touch more lives and ensure other seniors receive high-quality care, she ed the office staff as the Quality Assurance Coordinator in April Now, as the Client Care Coordinator, Maggie strives to make sure all seniors in the Erie area are given the opportunity to be treated like family.
Holli was blessed to be raised by strong, passionate women. Her mother was a giver of services and a humanitarian in the community she grew up in.
Holli's grandmother was a hard worker, who gave her sound advice and was devoted to her church. Her God mother was her source of strength, her safehaven, and source of laughter. With that being said, Holli thinks her passion for helping others came from her female influences. Holli always had an affinity for working with seniors. Seniors bring valuable wisdom and advice that she deeply appreciates.
This is where her passion for seniors originates from. These women each had a history; a story, that made them who they individually were.
This is personal to her because she watched them grow older in their life span, to when they needed help, instead of being the givers. Holli thinks she subconsciously chose a career as a social worker because she was influenced by her female family members. Her career spans from working as a social worker in a nursing home, the area agency on aging, case management and hospice care. This mission is what she is passionate about: with mindful hearts, we ease burdens, keep promises, and preserve dignity.
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To Holli, it's personal. Sue has been drawn to working with seniors for a long time.
From working in the social services office at an assisted living facility during her college summers to cleaning apartments for seniors to make extra money during the school year, she's always loved spending time with the older and wiser generation. As her kids got old enough and Sue was ready to enter the work force, it's no surprise that she gravitated to agencies that provided support to seniors. Sue is incredibly grateful that her position allows her to get to know not only the seniors Erie in love waivering over the years their families, but the CAREGivers as well.
The experiences she had day-to-day with her client formed a love and passion for Home Instead Senior Care and all that we can do for our clients. In this role, she learned more about day-to-day operations with both our clients and caregivers-- which brought her to where she is today as the Scheduling Coordinator. She takes great pleasure in bringing clients and caregivers together to enhance the lives of our seniors. To Schelly, it's personal. Carol ed the Home Instead, Erie, team in and loves the people who make up this fine organization.
Currently, Carol works "behind-the-scenes" as the Billing Specialist. She has over 44 years of experience as a Registered Nurse and human rights advocate. In her day-to-day over those years, Carol found her love for our community's Senior Citizens.
Carol is committed to addressing quality of life issues as well as bringing comfort and caring into the lives of our seniors through her work. She is thrilled that circumstances lead her to Home Instead, where she knows that her beloved seniors are cared for with love and kindness. To Carol, it's personal. She currently coordinates billing and payroll for the Home Instead team.
Prior to owning her own business, she also worked in the healthcare industry for 9 years. Kathy and her sisters had the extreme pleasure of caring for their parents in their own home, which makes her appreciate the love and compassion it takes to be a CAREGiver. On a daily basis, Kathy sees Home Instead's CAREGivers provide love and compassion for all of our clients and loves seeing that they are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve.
She was the most beautiful woman inside and out, never judging, never bitter and always full of life and optimism. Erie in love waivering over the years shared her life stories with Laura and took her on many adventures as. Watching her decline was devastating for Laura. Feeling the need to be there for her grandmother, Laura began working as a caregiver at the Alpine View Lodge.
This is where she discovered her passion for working with seniors. It was hands down the hardest job both physically and emotionally Laura had ever done, but also one of the most rewarding. Knowing that she was helping to give her clients the best quality of life possible is what kept her going.