Dave and Donna Abrams
Joy Bringers, Grandparents, Partners
“Throw kindness around like confetti.”
I became the guardian of my 89-year old grandmother a few years back and experienced much of what our clients and clients’ families experience every day. After my grandfather passed, Dave and I researched as much as possible and eventually moved my grandmother from Florida to North Carolina. Her condition began to worsen as time passed. We soon needed to hire help. The caregivers became like family to us. They allowed my grandmother to live out her days on her own terms and gave her, as well as us, the best life possible. When the opportunity to open a ComForCare location in Winston-Salem arrived, we knew it was the right fit. We are committed to offering the best care possible — like they’re family.
We believe in doing the right thing and having the right approach for the family. We experienced firsthand everything the families are going through when they first come to us. They are confused, overwhelmed and looking for guidance. We want to provide that guidance. We know there is a right fit for every family. We work diligently to find that fit, even if it isn’t us, because we believe that is the right thing to do. Our goal is to give everyone a higher quality of life.
One thing we are incredibly passionate about is our team. From the beginning, we wanted to create better lives for both our clients and our employees. We want to see them grow and succeed. Because of that, we are constantly encouraging our team to progress in all ways imaginable. We celebrate those successes, even if they move beyond our company. Helping our team live their best lives possible ensures that our clients receive the best care possible.
Dave is a board member of Piedmont Alliance for Triad Healthcare (PATH). He also serves as secretary to the board of directors for Healthcare Industry Professionals Serving Seniors (HIPSS). Donna is a dedicated volunteer at Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center.
Dave and Donna are proud parents and grandparents. They share their home with two big dogs. Together they are striving to make the world a better place for all!
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- Certificate of Completion for Skilled Home Health Care Basic Boot Camp Training
- DementiaWise®-certified office
- CNA Development Apprenticeship Program in partnership with Goodwill and approved by the state of North Carolina
Whether your loved one needs assistance only a few hours a week or around-the-clock, our team is happy to help! Call (336) 759-7207 to learn more about the transition care services offered through ComForCare Home Care (Winston-Salem, NC).