Non-Medical, Elderly Companion Care in Indiana & Florida
Senior Home Companions provides non-medical, elderly care companion services to older adults in both Indiana and Florida. As a privately owned company, we are dedicated to serving with integrity, effectiveness and compassion. It’s what we would want for our parents and grandparents and believe your loved ones deserve the same.
Senior Home Companions Serving Sarasota, Fort Myers & The Villages
Senior Home Companions launched in Sarasota, Florida in 1992 . That’s when Judy Cuppy decided there needed to be a better way for older adults to maintain an independent, comfortable life at home. Inspired by her grandmother’s struggles adapting to a nursing facility, she created a peer program that encouraged active, healthy seniors to assist those with challenges to health, socialization and mobility.
Senior Home Companions Serving Indianapolis & Central Indiana
When Judy’s sister, Gloria Scott, began searching for in-home care for her mother as she recovered from an illness in Indianapolis, a similar outcome developed. With few options available for reliable, non-medical care, Gloria founded Senior Home Companions in Indianapolis to provide others with reliable, exceptional care and peace of mind.
Both locations were acquired by Indianapolis native David Morgan after he learned first-hand about the personalized service, exceptional people and consistent care provided by the company that allowed his grandparents to remain in the comfort of their own home. For David – who holds both an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth as well as a graduate degree in divinity from the Dallas Theological Seminary – Senior Home Companions provides a way to blend his business acumen with a desire to serve.
To date, Senior Home Companions has provided more than 3,000 families care that creates active and engaged lives through exceptional care. Services include:
IN-HOME COMPANION CARE
With just the right support, you or a loved one can remain active, engaged and independent at home.
Taking time for yourself is important, as the dedicated primary caregiver for a sick, aging or disabled loved one.
Including assisted living support, skilled care support, hospice support, family counseling and handyman services.