Our Why Could be Your Why
Like you, we too struggled with finding a reliable, compassionate in-home care agency.
When looking for in-home care for Paula’s aging mother, we were disappointed in the quality of care she received; the lack of consistent caregivers and poor training; and also by the “corporate way” our concerns were addressed.
We felt helpless as she was re-admitted to the hospital over and over again.
There was no resolution and no one provided solutions. There had to be a better way.
We set out to create a different in-home care agency and it starts with our name.
There are a lot of home care companies out there; in order to distinguish ourselves from the rest we focus on providing solutions to the problems your facing.
Which is why “Solutions” is part of our name.
Family owned and operated, we have raised our six children locally. We enjoy traveling, and spending time at home with our two Rottweiler’s.
Paula graduated from The University of Toledo with a degree in Medical Assisting and has been working in healthcare in Toledo for over 25 years.
In 2018, Paula successfully met the requirements of the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP) and is now a Certified Dementia Practitioner®.
Clayton, has an MPA from Bowling Green State University and brings a wealth of customer service, marketing and organizational knowledge to the company.
Clayton is PASS (Passenger Safety and Sensitivity) certified and is a PASS-certified trainer, with comprehensive expertise in passenger assistance techniques and emergency preparedness.
Giving Back to Our Community
- Wood County Committee on Aging hot meal deliveries for home-bound seniors
- Maumee Senior Center service volunteers
- Sylvania Senior Center program volunteers
- Fulton County Senior Center program volunteers
- Margaret L. Hunt Senior Center program volunteers
- Alzheimer’s Association – Walk to End Alzheimer’s
- The DOVE Fund
- Ruthie’s Angels
- Toledo/Lucas County Chapter of Medical Assistants
- Rotary Club of Maumee (Paula remains an elected board member in 2021)
- NOGA (Northwest Ohio Gerontological Association; Clayton is the NOGA Co-President of the Board)
- MAC (Monroe Aging Consortium)
- WEN (Women’s Entrepeneurial Network)
- Women of Toledo
- The Lakes of Sylvania Advisory Board Members
- Advisory Board of Professional Skills Institute
- Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce
- Waterville Area Chamber of Commerce
- Better Business Bureau of NW Ohio and SE Michigan
- Wood County Elder Services Forum, organized by the Wood County Committee on Aging