Our Home Care Company Was A Business Ethics Award Finalist
Front Row Left to Right: Della Fait, Client Care Manager; Deborah Madden, Mgr Human Resources; Juanita Martini, Caregiver; Kathy Scarpaci; Community Liaison
2nd Row: Jeanine Sismour, Community Liaison; Mame Donohue, RN, Owner and Community Liaison; Tom Donohue, Owner; Phyllis Fazio, RN Client Care; Judith Grocutt, Caregiver; Michele Harvey, Billing and Admin
Comfort Keepers of Monroeville’s home care company is honored to be a finalist of this prestigious award
We actively assure that all services stay true to the vision of in-home senior care that actively engages seniors to maintain their independence and quality of life. This passion is to provide compassionate, experienced care and support for seniors when family can't be there.
As one very close neighbor, Diana in Pittsburgh wrote, “We switched our home care to Comfort Keepers 4 months ago and the physical and mental changes in our 98 year old "family" neighbor are simply amazing. The entire staff is committed to keeping her healthy and active. At her last medical check-up, her doctor was truly amazed at the positive changes in her muscle tone, ankle swelling, mental awareness, and blood work. Our Comfort Keeper caregivers are very accommodating; working with our family to ensure that care is seamless between shifts AND they treat her as family. We have great peace of mind knowing that she is receiving outstanding care."
These type of comments reinforce the effort of all our staff to measure up to our Mission Statement:
To provide our clients with
the highest level of quality
of life that is achievable.
We shall treat each of our clients
with the respect and dignity
they deserve, as though
we were caring for a
member of our own family.
2017 Pittsburgh Business Ethics Award Event; Tom and Mame Donohue, RN, Owners, Pittsburgh South & East