To offer excellence in Home Care for our clients in Connecticut and Massachusetts, Home Helpers stands out with a highly capable, experienced and dedicated office staff. In addition to being the best-in-class on their expertise, all our staff has had experience as caregivers, giving each one a personal perspective on what it means to help someone and intricacies of the job. In this way, our team provides our clients and caregivers the necessary support to make sure we offer the best care available in our region.
Peter is a certified Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Trainer by the Avila Institute of Gerontology, in Germantown, New York. He is a member of the board of North Central Connecticut Chamber of Commerce; member of the Advisory Board for Stone Academy; and a Guest Lecturer at Enfield Adult and Continuing Education, on the subjects of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care. Before founding Home Helpers, Peter retired from a successful career as an entrepreneur in the technology field. At Home Helpers he uses his leadership experience to make sure the operation runs smoothly, our clients meet unmatched satisfaction, and the caregivers have the support they need. He earned an MBA from Western New England University and a BA in Mathematics from Boston College. Read Peter’s biography.
Before working at Home Helpers, Nicole was the Director of Therapeutic Recreation, Dementia Specialist and Volunteer Coordinator for Meadowbrook of Granby for 12 years. She developed a Sensory Based Dementia program at Meadowbrook called the “Living Room”. She coordinated all the activities for the facility, organized the volunteer program, as well as Marketing. She was trained under the CMS, Hand in Hand program and was responsible for educating staff in the care of persons with Dementia. Nicole also instructs Senior Fitness classes and leads a Dementia Support Group for the Alzheimer’s Association. At Home Helpers, Nicole coordinates events, maintains high-level contacts, and develops partnerships with a diverse number of stakeholders in our community. She has an Associate Degree in Science, Therapeutic Recreation from NWCC. She also studied Sports and Exercise studies and has a Certification through the American Fitness Association of America and the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is also a trained Dementia Support Group leader for the Alzheimer’s Association of America.
Sarah grew up in Somers, CT, and has a BA In Social Work with a minor in Sociology. She doesn’t shy away when it is the case of helping people and dealing with stressful situations. In her previous experience, Sarah has worked as a Case Manager for youth on probation in the Hartford area, and handled crisis and suicide prevention calls including the Veterans’ Hotline, for the United Way of Connecticut. At Home Helpers, she uses her no-nonsense approach to supervise all aspects of our clients’ satisfaction, from the onboarding process to make sure they have the right caregiver match for their case, with impressive attention to detail and multi-tasking ability.
Maggie has worked in Customer Service for over 26 years. In the past 11 years, Maggie has worked in leadership positions in the home health care industry where she scheduled medical, non-medical and hospice home care. At Home Helpers, she is responsible for matching caregivers and clients, keeping their schedules updated and informing everyone about staffing. Maggie went to Asnuntuck Community College, where she earned a Veterinarian Assistant certificate and is currently pursuing a license to rehab wildlife in Connecticut.
Erica first became interested in Home Care when she volunteered at the Felician Adult Daycare in 2009. Since then, she has done some other volunteer work with the
Andre is a digital marketer, content producer, and journalist. He is passionate about writing, making videos, digital design, and exploring new technology tools. At Home Helpers, Andre is responsible for all the website content, social media, advertising