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Employee Spotlight: Rae’Jo Fox

Coming up on her 10-year work anniversary with SHC, Rae’Jo left corporate America to fulfill her true calling — caregiving. As SHC Indiana’s operations conductor, she creates efficient workflow processes that ensure extraordinary care and high quality of life for our clients. “There is so much work behind the scenes that goes on at SHC. […]

Employee Spotlight: Devon Holm

As the Director of Client Relationships, Devon Holm, teams up with the SHC of Indiana business development team to create positive community relationships and make sure clients receive personalized care. She wanted to join Senior Home Companions after she met the Executive Director at a networking event where he was talking about his passion for […]

SHC Indiana Caregivers Lend a Steady Hand

Moving around can a bit more challenging later in life. The risk of injury increases, even for simple daily routines like getting out of bed and walking to the bathroom. SHC Indiana can lend a helping hand! Caregivers can be a great resource when it comes to reducing the risk of falls and other injuries. […]

Home Care Tips for Dementia Obstacles

Seniors with dementia face many obstacles that make daily life difficult. Here are some simple tips to help them over those hurdles and lighten their loads. Use bright colors: Seniors with dementia often have difficulty visually distinguishing objects. For example, lightly colored food — grilled chicken, mashed potatoes, etc. — blends together on their plate. […]

Employee Spotlight: Jenny Parker

Jenny Parker’s interest in Senior Home Companions first sparked when she met a caregiver while working as a Certified Nursing Assistant in a memory care facility. “I admired the patience and elegance that the caregiver showed while providing care,” Jenny said. Jenny is happy to now be a member of the SHC family. She started […]

7 Habits for Healthy Aging

Senior participating in exercise

As seniors begin to age, they tend to change their living habits. As injuries and health issues occur, seniors may become more reclusive and disengaged from activities that they once enjoyed doing. The loss of such independence may be attributed to decreased physical, emotional, and cognitive functioning in elderly adults. It is important to promote […]

Family Matters: Intentional Communication Unites

three family members smiling

We grow close with the families we serve.  After all, the support we provide impacts the entire family, and not just the individual client.  Having developed relationships with so many families over the years, we have witnessed the ways that family members respond to the changing needs of their loved one.   Getting your family on […]