Caregivers that serve you throughout Lake Havasu City, AZ, and surrounding areas
Learn more about our exceptional caregivers from Comfort Keepers serving Lake Havasu, Parker, and surrounding areas
Every member of our caregiver team is a highly skilled professional with years of expertise. To find the greatest home care professionals, we perform a thorough screening and interviewing process, and only those who pass go on to complete training to administer our distinctive type of home care and become Comfort Keepers®. Our people, on the other hand, are distinguished by their innate proclivity to care for others.
Caregivers for Convenience Keepers must pass a background check and get ongoing training. To protect our clients and their families, they are bonded, insured, and covered by workers' compensation insurance. Each of our caregivers will treat each of our clients as if they were members of their own family, providing companionship and ensuring your peace of mind while we care for your loved ones.
We look for compassion and dependability in our professional caregivers and support workers. Our staff is available to answer questions and work with you and your family to establish a customized care plan. For more information on our Comfort Keepers caregivers and the specialized home care services we provide to you and your loved ones, please click one of the options below.
I was born in Monmouth, Illinois (Wyatt Earp's birthplace) and I attended Monmouth schools until my parents, sister and I moved to Wichita, Kansas. When my father was killed, we moved back to Monmouth where I graduated from high school. After working in Monmouth for a while, I moved to Moline, Illinois where I attended Blackhawk College and worked for a small food store chain. I have worked in the retail food industry for over 35 years, working for Kroger, Lucky Stores and two small chain stores.
In 1991 Judi and I moved to paradise (Lake Havasu City) where I ran my own business for ten years. I have worked in retail food, and also as a detention officer, sold securities, life insurance and I enjoyed every job. After I left the detention officer business, I joined Comfort Keepers and have found a job that really has true meaning. This job of being a caregiver is one that gives a feeling of self-worth, because I know that I am making a difference in someone's life and that is what makes this job so fulfilling!
Hi, my name is Deborah Jones. I am a Comfort Keeper’s Caregiver and have been for almost two years.
Before I became a caregiver, I served my country in the US Navy, and also became a mother and a wife. In 2001, I became a Certified Nurses Assistant, where I learned that it is important to many people to have someone in their life who is a caring, compassionate, and understanding person. I strive to excel in all those areas. I find it important to teach my children the same and by being a caregiver, I do. I am also able to teach them that just because we have holidays, doesn’t mean that our health has holidays, therefore we should be there for those in need, especially on those days.
In 2009, I graduated with an Associates of Science in Medical Assisting, earned a Certificate in Medical Coding and Billing, and a Certificate in Medical Assisting. I am also a volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America, as a leader and a merit badge counselor.
Jetta was born in San Diego, CA. She moved to Lake Havasu City in 1999 with her 3 children and husband who was a building contractor. Jetta worked hard with him in the business for several years building homes, but eventually they divorced.
Happily, a couple of years later, Jetta met the love of her life and re-married. Jetta was looking for work and wanted a job that would "give back". When she learned about Comfort Keepers, she applied for a job as a caregiver. Jetta landed the job as a caregiver, and fortunately for Comfort Keepers and its clients, Jetta has been busy caring for clients ever since! As Jetta says, "helping people is a great feeling!"