Home Instead Senior Care of North Denver is celebrating 20 years of serving seniors and their families in the Denver metro area. While there have been many changes in the home care landscape over the last two decades, owners Curt and Holly Foust credit remaining true to Home Instead’s core values and mission as the secret to longevity in the market. Says Curt, “We are dedicated to enriching the lives of the older adults in our community through compassion, commitment, and integrity. To us, providing the best care possible is more than just a vocation, it’s personal, and it starts with our amazing staff and caregivers as well as world class training.”
Curt, a third generation Denverite, notes he and Holly made the decision to get into the home care industry after Curt’s personal caregiving experiences with his mother inspired a desire to make a positive impact in their local community, the community which they care deeply about. States Holly, “We are grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in the elder population in Denver and surrounding communities. Our client families place a lot of trust in us. It takes a special heart to be a quality caregiver, and we are fortunate to have an outstanding team here at Home Instead.”
The north Denver Home Instead office opened its doors on September 1, 1999, with the vision of changing the face of aging through enhancing the lives of the clients, caregivers, and families they serve. Home Instead continues that mission today throughout central and north Denver, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Lakewood, Golden, Westminster, Thornton and Northglenn. In addition to providing a full spectrum of non-medical, in home care services and resources, this Home Instead office is actively involved in advocating for aging adults through participation in TRIAD (focus on senior safety and security issues), Jefferson County Council on Aging (legislatively advocating for seniors), as well as philanthropic pursuits including Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Give65, Hilarity for Charity and Ready to Care that have helped raised over $60,000 for local senior service providers in just the last few years.
A reception commemorating our milestone anniversary will be held Thursday, August 29th at Colorado Plus Brewery (6995 W. 38th Ave, Wheat Ridge). For more information, please call 303-463-1900.
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