Monday, August 30, 2010

A little bit about us!

Andrew and I,  have been in working for almost two years now building our business, Covenant In-Home Care, LLC. We have gained more experience than we could have ever imagined and have been so very blessed a long the way to work with many families in need of assistance.  
   Just to let you know a little bit about us; We are both Appalachian State alumni and residents of Charlotte. Andrew grew up here in Charlotte and I have family all over the area. We are dedicated Panther fans and are very excited Armanti Edwards is on the team this year!  We love our dog Griffin (in the picture) and eventually want to incorporate Dog Therapy into our business because we have seen so many lives in our business, eased by the touch of dogs and other pets. I am from Apex, NC and grew up in the triangle. We met in college, and I was blown away by Andrew's caring spirit and empathy for others. We are engaged, and are so very excited to grow with our business and are so happy to be able to start young. Our business will be around for many many many years to come! We are both Christians and our passion for serving others is what drives our business, because we believe that is what were are here for.
  The reason we got into this industry is because we have both watched as our families have struggled with home care agencies caring for our own aging grandparents. We wanted to start a business that could touch lives by providing the BEST care possible! By treating each client as if they are our own family, we expect the top quality care from our Companions, because that is what everyone deserves!  Andrew thoroughly trains each of our Caregivers himself to ensure that they are learning all they need to know and more. We train and test them on working with clients with Alzheimer's, Dementia, Hearing Loss, Aphasia, and Cultural Competency.  Each Caregiver is screened and insured and bonded for your safety.  We match each caregiver up based on the needs of the family. After all, our Caregivers become a part of the client's family. We wouldn't match someone up with a client, if we didn't see them working with one of our own grandparents/parents.
     We have been so blessed to have such a wonderful year in 2010 and look forward to what 2011 has to offer. We are going to be making a few changes to make our business even better so we are able to touch more lives. :)
To learn more about us, visit our website at