Paul created Attendant Care Companies as a result of a strong personal desire to help people in need. When his beloved mother, Rose, was diagnosed with cancer, Paul became her primary caregiver after receiving unacceptable and unreliable service from home care agencies.
Katie has been working in home care since 2001 and transitioned to Attendant Care Companies in 2010. As Vice President, Katie is responsible for directing daily operations and overseeing the business development of Attendant Care Companies.
Sue has ten years of nursing experience, including working as a cardiac, emergency room, and home care nurse. Sue joined the Attendant Care Companies team in 2010 and has been instrumental in achieving CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Program) accreditation and developing our home health care service line.
Dorota joined the Progressions team in January 2012. Her responsibility is to coordinate the admissions process and marketing activities. She has over 10 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with traumatic brain injury (TBI) having previously served as an Admission Coordinator and Director of Supported Employment at another neuro- rehabilitation facility.
Dr. Bruce is a neuropsychologist and board certified Rehabilitation Psychologist, with over 25 years of experience working with traumatically brain and spinal cord injured individuals. As Director of Clinical Operations, Dr. Bruce oversees the delivery of high quality clinical services to clients and their families at Attendant Care Companies and Progressions. Dr. Bruce also specializes in behavior management, treatment and rehabilitation of clients with life changing injuries.
My grandfather was discharged from Evangelical Home and the social worker there recommended we use Attendant Care Companies. I am so happy I took their advice, my grandfather can be difficult to say the least and attendant care was able to get him back on his feet. Highly recommended!