Raised in Michigan, Born in Puerto Rico, Mom to Brandon, Bishop and Benicio, Daughter, Sister and Friend
"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." - Mahatma Gandhi
Why I Started My ComForCare Location
My experience with my grandmother's home care was the genesis of my interest in home care. My grandmother had Alzheimer's, and the experience was incredibly hard on my family and left us feeling depleted. I started to think, "What more could I have done to make this easier for us, so we could enjoy my grandmother during her last days instead of trying to figure it all out?" I remember thinking, "Why is this so fragmented?"
That experience left me with the desire to help families through the journey in a more positive way. From my own heart, I knew there needed to be more so families --- my clients and their families --- are able to navigate this part of life's journey in peace. It is important for me to create a service that gives families peace of mind. They trust us, and that trust is very dear to me.
The Best Possible Care
My mission is to give the best possible care to our clients. Our team goes above and beyond to make sure we get it right. Our registered nurse (RN) and I work together on initial assessments to guarantee the best possible care plan is put in place. The RN then works with the caregiver to ensure they understand the plan of care and to answer any questions. We openly communicate with the family, so they understand what our goals are and why we are doing what we're doing. Our goal is to help our clients truly live their best life possible.
We strive to improve our client's quality of life by hiring experienced, qualified and most importantly dedicated caregivers. We select a high caliber of caregivers who have years of experience from working either at local hospitals of at any of the premier independent and assisted living facilities in the area. Our caregivers have recognized their calling and serve with passion.
Caregivers are thoroughly vetted and have demonstrated their dedication to our mission. Once they join our team, we go to great lengths to match caregivers and clients. We recognize the importance of this relationship and respect that families entrust us with their loved ones.
Our mission is to serve our clients and we pride ourselves on being a resource for their families. We recognize the importance of a strong team to help families through this transition.
- Certified transitions of care provider
Education and Credentials
- Bachelor's in international studies and Hispanic studies from the University of Michigan
- Dedicated catechism teacher at Holy Main Catholic Church
Whether your loved one needs assistance only a few hours a week or around-the-clock, our team is happy to help! Call (248) 623-6500 to learn more about the transition care services offered through ComForCare Home Care (Clarkston, MI).