Ensuring quality care for those in need has been part of Brian Davis’ job for nearly 20 years.
As former Chief Marketing Officer for Edward-Elmhurst Health, Brian helped to build a brand that people throughout the Chicago suburbs trust with their health and the health of their loved ones. As the owner of Home Helpers, he ensures that same quality of care for those who wish to age at home, as well as others in need of in-home care.
Brian is committed to delivering the quality of care for which Home Helpers is known while expanding that service to serve more people and their families.
A licensed clinical social worker, Brian’s wife, Dominica, also has spent a lifetime helping those in need. With extensive experience in hospitals, schools and in private counseling, she will provide valuable support to the Home Helpers caregiving team.
Founded in 2005 by Mary and Mike Doepke of Western Springs, Home Helpers grew into one of the most successful and highly respected home care agencies in Illinois. Brian took over ownership in January 2018, inheriting an experienced office staff and more than 160 compassionate caregivers to carry on the
“Home Helpers is known for its quality of care and its personal connection to its clients,” Brian said. “Dominica and I share the passion for care on which this company was founded.”
Brian and Dominica raised three sons in La Grange, where they are active members of the community.
Brian is a co-founder, Vice President and board member of The Legacy Guild, an organization that provides college scholarships to students throughout Lyons Township School District 204 who have suffered the loss of a parent.
Dominica is a social worker in the Hinsdale school district and has supported students of Lyons Township High School through her leadership of the LT Football Pride Club.
“This new endeavor is a dream come true for us,” Brian said. “We welcome this chance to own a business with an important mission that matches our backgrounds as well as our desire to serve the community.”