Thursday, December 1, 2022

Saving Grace Home Care Celebrates Opening in New Location

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JAMES CITY-A ribbon-cutting was held on April 22 for Saving Grace Home Care, which recently relocated to a new space on Jamestown Road.

Saving Grace Home Care first opened four years ago. The business provides home care aides and experienced sitters for families who need help caring for loved ones. Clients are primarily older individuals and those with disabilities or special needs.

“My favorite aspect of this job is seeing the faces of our customers light up knowing they have help and support in their home,” said Mary Brown, owner and director of Saving Grace Home Care.   “We receive letters and cards from many of our customers after they no longer need us, and they take the time to express such gratitude for our help and care.”

Brown has 25 employees who assist with individualized client care. Care services may include help with eating or taking medications; bathing or dressing; caring for pets; respite care; running errands and scheduling appointments; and light housekeeping. Saving Grace Home Care employees are available a few hours a week or for daily care, depending on a family’s needs.

Saving Grace Home Care is seeking new hires to help tend to clients’ needs. The goal is to extend services to include individuals who live in Toano, New Kent, and Hopewell.

 “I want to be able to serve those communities as well, as the elderly there still need help and care,” Brown said. “Our agency really goes above and beyond for our customers. We pride ourselves in being like family to them.” 

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