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Updated April 3, 2018

10 Standards of Service

We strive to meet each of these ten standards continually for each client.  Your needs are systematically assessed to create an individualized service plan.
How Your Care Giver Gets Paid Is Important

State and federal tax laws require care givers be paid by a payroll process. Earnings need to be reported, taxes paid, workers' compensation coverage provided, and W-2's issues.
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Videos describing the qualities that distinguish us from other home aide agencies.
Robyn Small has two decades of banking experience−en with Bank of Santa Maria. She began her career as a teller and new accounts clerk then becoming an Operations Officer, Loan Officer and  eventually a the a branch Manager.  Robyn has an Associate Degree from Allan Hancock College in business management.  She’s also been involved with non-profit organizations including the Lompoc Hospital Foundation. 
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Sharon Williamson, RN has decades of experience caring for the elderly. These include being a charge nurse and staff development director in skilled nursing facilities, to being on our supervising staff for two years. 

Sharon has her own practice advising families on caring for relatives. She has returned to us, providing semi monthly training for all our care givers, doing in-home instruction to our staff for special situations, and advising us on how to care for clients with complex needs 
Sharon Williamson answers a question in our classroom. 
Danette is our administrative assistant. She too is a Lompoc native. Danette earned an A.S. in Medical Office Administration at Allan Hancock College and has worked several medical clinic offices before joining our staff in 2013.  Her four children keep her active in the Lompoc community. Danette's responsibilities include receiving and distributing information, maintaining records, greeting callers and visitors, plus assisting with insurance billing and financial processing.