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From left: Andee PaQuet, Brenda Langbein, Irene Newman, Katrina Farris, Dr. Karen Rosen, Peachez Cooper, Dr. Steven Rosen, Rita Jo Jaks, Tara Kraus, Megan Moyer. Not pictured Hettie Earl.
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After serving patients in South County for more than 25 years, optometrists Dr. Karen Rosen and Dr. Steven Rosen opened their own practice in 2011 at Ronnie’s Plaza where they provide primary eye care and optical solutions to their patients. The Rosens are trained in treating common eye diseases such as pink eye, glaucoma, allergies and dry eye syndrome. “With new treatments, innovations in contact lenses, and state-of-the-art equipment, we can now help our patients in ways we couldn’t before,” said Dr. Steve. They are proud of their selection of eyewear, from the smart-looking, valuepriced collections to the trendy and designer lines. “Today’s consumers want their eye-
See Rosen Optometry For Primary Eye Care, Glasses, Contact Lenses
wear to meet all their lifestyle needs, and we offer many types of frames, lens styles and materials to individualize each pair of glasses,” Dr. Karen said. “Over the years, technology has become more advanced, with computerized equipment, digital and high-definition lenses. We want our patients to have eyewear that is high quality, gives them the best vision correction, and lets them express themselves.” “We frequently hear from our patients how we helped them see better, and how warm and friendly our staff is. The greatest satisfaction we get is from having patients bring in their family and friends to see us.” Rosen Optometry is open six days a week and has evening hours. The practice accepts most insurance plans, and new patients are welcome!
17 Ronnies Plaza • St. Louis, 63126 • 314-843-2020
From left: Carl Boyer, Cory Prsha and Ed Schneider.
From left: Tom Schmittgens, Merry Lynn Schmittgens and Delivery Specialist Dave Downhour.
Best Home Furnishings Proud To Be Made By Americans In America
The owner of the Best Home Furnishings showroom in South Towne Square not only takes pride in his business, he takes pride in his country. Carl Boyer, owner and manager of the store since 2007, said customers appreciate the fact that the store’s products are “American-made by Americans in America.” Best Home Furnishings has been in the business for 50 years, selling furniture made in southern Indiana. The family-owned company started as Best Chairs, and today it has become the world’s largest chair manufacturer. The South County showroom carries quality living-room furniture and accent furniture, including chairs, glider rockers, office chairs, recliners, sofas, love seats, sectional sofas, ottomans and accent tables. Best Home Furnishings also offers over 700 custom fabric and leather options so customers can find the perfect sofa or chair for the living room or home office. The products are made using domestic kiln-dried hardwood frames and the finest high-density foams. Recliners use Leggett and Platt mechanisms, of Carthage, Missouri. Customers can select the perfect furniture in their chosen fabric, and the factory will build it in three weeks or less. “This is the only factory-direct store anywhere in the world for the world’s largest chair manufacturer,” Boyer said. The Best Home’s factory ships to 38 countries and 2,000 retailers in the U.S., covering all 50 states. The St. Louis showroom is the first factory-direct store for Best. It delivers all over the to St. Louis, St. Louis metropolitan area. Boyer finds satisfaction by “making St. Louis homes more beautiful,” he said.
The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy® in Affton has been family owned and operated since 1977. Current owners, Tom and Lynn Schmittgens, acquired the business in 1998. Tom and Lynn are both registered pharmacists and have over 40 years of hands-on patient care between them. They possess an extensive knowledge of healthcare, and are certified in diabetes, asthma and allergy care, as well as immunizations against illnesses such as influenza. The pharmacists’ focus is on patient care – not prescription volume – and they get to know the individual health needs of their patients. “We enjoy a small community practice and getting to know our patients,” Tom Schmittgens said. “We believe that a good pharmacist is an invaluable asset for good health, and that personal service and frequent contact are crucial to good healthcare. We’re here to help.” This combination of high-quality professional and personal service is what draws many people
Affton Medicine Shoppe Provides Free Next Day Delivery
to the Affton Medicine Shoppe. The store has an experienced and caring staff, and real people answer the phones during business hours. Because this is a small pharmacy, patients can avoid long lines and get their prescriptions quickly. Their co-pays most often remain the same. A drive-through window is available as an added convenience. In addition, the store offers free next day delivery to the community. Dave Downhour delivers patient prescriptions, along with over-the-counter and personal care items to multiple Zip codes including 63118, 63119, 63122, 63123, 63125, 63128 and 63129. “Our free delivery helps seniors to live independently, longer. And even if you can get out, it’s still nice to know we deliver in case of illness or extreme weather,” said Lynn Schmittgens. The Affton Medicine Shoppe accepts Express Scripts, Blue Cross, MO HealthNet, Caremark, Medicaid, Medicare, MO Rx and most insurance plans.
11182-B South Towne Square • 314-894-9922
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South County behind Denny’s
7922 Mackenzie • Affton • 314-638-3535
South County Times
July 26 - August 1, 2013
From left: Tim Milford, Rita Milford, Anna Brusselback and Rene Sondermann.
From left: Jeanne Humphrey, Ellie Puricelli, Jill Oge, Cindy Schaffer, Shyllie Morgan, Dr. Joe Grimaud, Anna Proctor, Jane Torretta
The Milford family has been helping customers with kitchen and bath design since 1969. Tim Milford and his wife, Rita, the second generation, now run Milford Kitchen and Bath at its Fenton showroom. Milford Kitchen and Bath started as a showroom for homeowners, contractors and their customers to purchase quality kitchen and bath products. The company is still providing that service. They offer bathroom fixtures, kitchen and vanity cabinets and countertops in various materials including Onyx, quartz and granite. “We have full-time kitchen and bath designers helping customers with space planning and product selection,” said showroom manager Rita Milford. Rita Milford grew up in a family plumbing business and managed that retail shop for 10 years. Designer Anna Brusselback, who joined the Milford showroom staff in 2003, has excellent plumbing knowledge “and could probably install any product we sell,”
The Milfords Have Helped To Create Beautiful Kitchens & Baths Since 1969
Milford said. New designer Rene Sondermann joined the staff last year and the family dog, Josh, greets customers at the door. Tim Milford’s father, Tom, established Milford Plumbing Supply Co. in 1969 in North St. Louis near Sportman’s Park. In the 1970s, the company moved to South County and added sons Tom Jr. and John. Tim and his sister Donna came on board in the 1980s. This family foundation allowed them to add two new locations over the years. Milford Supply now has branches in St. Charles and South County in addition to the showroom location. Rita Milford most enjoys “helping customers create the bathroom or kitchen they will enjoy for years. It’s gratifying to see a project go from an idea to reality.” Customers often compliment the Milfords on their customer service and refer other customers to the store. “Customers are pleased that we work with their budgets and offer several price options,” Milford said.
Dr. Joseph Grimaud Continues CenturyLong Tradition At Watson Pointe Dental
Watson Pointe Dental is celebrating 102 years in practice, continuing the family traditions started three generations ago. Dr. Vincent Grimaud, opened the practice in 1911 and was joined by his son, Dr. James Grimaud, in 1938. The third and current owner, Dr. Joseph Grimaud, began practicing in 1985 and is pleased to have five family members (plus two honorary members) working in his office. Much has changed in dentistry over the past 100 years, and “technology has made dentistry much more comfortable for patients,” said Dr. Joseph Grimaud. Watson Pointe uses such technology as digital X-rays, intra-oral cameras, a fluorescent cavity detection system, single-visit allporcelain restorations and crowns, and most recently laser gum surgery. “At my first visit to Watson Pointe Dental, it had been years since I had worked with a dentist,” said patient Sean M. “Dr. Joe and his staff were incredible. I can tell Dr. Joe puts in a good deal of time preparing for his client’s comfort.” Dr. Grimaud is taking his 21st-century skills to Nepal in October. He will trek in the Himalayan Mountains, along with dentists and physicians from the Karma Thalo Foundation, for six days to deliver dental care to the Nepalese living in remote villages. Look for and “LIKE” the Karma Thalo Foundation on Facebook. He also took a trip to Honduras in March 2013 with Washington Overseas Mission to help the impoverished there. Although new technology is an important feature of the Watson Pointe office, the atmosphere remains decidedly family-focused. Dr. Grimaud’s 93-year-old mother, Joan, often joins the team for their daily lunch. Watson Pointe Dental has a job-sharing program to allow for individual family time while brother, sisters and nieces all work together to maintain the success the Grimauds have had over the past century. New patients are always welcome at Watson Pointe Dental.
Milford Kitchen & Bath
936 Brookwood Center • Fenton • 636-717-0700
8537 Watson Road • Webster Groves • 314-963-2000
Front: Ryan Whittington, Kit Whittington. Middle: Mark Whittington, Ted Ryan, Wendi Bottoms, Mark Petty, Lila Shepley, Liz Wilcox, Alice Endy, Debbie Baldwin, Rebecca Pavelka, Karen Twellman. Back: Kermet McLauchlin
From left: Lisa Davis and Carrie Dalton
Seniors Home Care: Proud To Be Celebrating Its 26th Year!
More than 26 years ago, Kit Whittington was the primary caregiver for her grandmother, who had been diagnosed with cancer. Whittington was the only family member available to assist with her care. Because she also worked full time, it grew increasingly difficult both physically and emotionally. So she hired an independent caregiver, but soon discovered that her grandmother was not receiving the level of care she deserved. “At the end of the day, I checked on her and to my disbelief, I discovered the caregiver had simply not shown up,” Whittington said. “My grandmother had missed her doctor’s appointment and much-needed meals. It was a debilitating moment; we were both in tears.” In 1987, Whittington started SHC to provide a family support system for older adults. SHC employs an around-the-clock nursing staff to assist clients and families in achieving their unique needs. Nurses and caregivers are screened, bonded and insured employees (not contractors). All employees undergo drug testing, a thorough background search and complete a training program that includes basic nursing skills, and physical therapy applications. SHC offers flexibility of care ranging from a 30-minute QuickVisit™ to 24/7 care. SHC has received an A+ rating, plus the Torch Award, from the Better Business Bureau. “My own feelings of helplessness and a desire for a higher quality of life for my grandmother drove me to find a better way to care for her. The motivation behind SHC is my own personal experience and I’ve built the company on a solid foundation of 26 years of consistent, compassionate caring for all clients.” — Kit Whittington, RN, BSN
Sugar Magnolia Boutique, Webster Groves’ specialty lingerie and bra shop, features custom-fit bras and offers loungewear, intimates, bridal, burlesque and maternity lingerie, as well as hosiery, jewelry, soaps and candles. “I have always loved lingerie, but after 13 years of marriage and three children, I didn’t even recognize my own body,” said shop owner Lisa Davis. Left frustrated by the lack of options and the difficulty in locating a proper-fitting bra, Davis founded Sugar Magnolia in February 2012. The goal was a unique specialty shop that provides a personal experience, as well as an array of sizes. “We’re trying to fill the void between a boring bra shop and a swanky adult store,” Davis said. While Davis has a true passion for lingerie, store manager Carrie Dalton brings a fresh creative flair to the store, making them a dynamic duo. “We are changing the
Shop Sugar Magnolia For The Perfect Bra & Specialty Lingerie
way women feel about themselves, one bra at a time,” Davis said. Recent research showed that about 80 percent of women are wearing the wrong bra size. An ill-fitting bra can cause neck, back and shoulder pain. “At Sugar Magnolia, you will be fitted by one of our specialists and given the knowledge to help you understand why a great fitting bra is so important for every woman – no matter her size,” Davis said, Customers say they love the array of bra sizes from cup sizes AA to N and band sizes from 28 to 50. The shop also carries lacy, silky, risqué and romantic styles, plus special made-in-the-shop garters which are given away with each lingerie purchase. “Whether you’re seeking the perfect gift, a custom special order, space for a party, or a basic everyday bra, you can expect a comfortable, highly personalized shopping experience at Sugar Magnolia,” Davis said.
Mid County 314-962-2666 • Clayton/Ladue 314-863-2667 South County 314-894-2666 • www.seniorshomecare.com
38 N. Gore Ave. • Webster Groves • 314-395-9159
July 26 - August 1, 2013
South County Times
Visit Brewers Flooring at 200 Meramec Valley Plaza in Valley Park.
Front row, from left: Caitlin Bulfin, Hope Ficken, Faith Ficken, Jennifer Ficken. Back row, from left: Joe Dailey, Bryan Ficken, Tim Ernst, Ronnie Wear and Curtis Politte. Not pictured: Austin Francisco, Vincent Heinz and Breanna Ficken
Since 1982, Brewer’s Flooring Treats Customers With Honesty & Respect
Brewer’s Flooring has been in business since 1982 and is still owned and operated by the Brewer family: Dan, Linda, Mike and Kristen. All are experts in the flooring industry. “We are knowledgeable of our products and we know how a customer wants to be treated,” Dan said. “When you enter our showroom, you are first very impressed with our displays and selection with everything from the entry-level products to the most unique and finest in the industry.” At Brewer’s, there are no high pressure sales tactics used, no tricks or gimmicks such as free this and free that, and no inflated prices to then offer huge discounts. “We still run our business the same as when we opened our doors 31 years ago,” Dan said. “We treat every customer with honesty and respect, have competitive prices, professional installation and are the best in our industry with customer service and satisfaction.” Even though customers have probably seen Brewer’s ads throughout the years, the company takes great pride in the fact that most of its business is still generated by word-of-mouth referrals. So, for those looking for new flooring — whether it be carpet, tile, vinyl, ceramic, hardwood – or now the newer luxury vinyl tiles — stop by Brewer’s Flooring showroom for an experience unmatched by the competition. For those also looking for new window treatments, Brewer’s Flooring carries Hunter Douglas Window Treatments. “We do a lot more than just flooring. We also do kitchen backsplashes, tub and shower enclosures, interior doors, baseboards, countertops and window treatments.”
Common Cents Rental Inc. has been in business for four years, specializing in rental, sales and repair of lawn equipment. The family company, which opened in 2009 in Fenton, carries major equipment brands, including Husqvarna, Toro, Redmax, Tanaka, Hustler, Grasshopper, Echo and Shindaiwa. “We acquired the rental equipment from a gentleman who retired,” said Jennifer Ficken, who owns the business with her husband, Bryan. It was a good fit because “Bryan has been in lawn and garden his whole life.” Customers can rent a wide range of lawn and power equipment, including air tools, aerators, skids, pallet forks, backhoes, concrete tools, flooring tools, chainsaws, welders, drain snakes and more. The company also delivers some equipment. “We may have only been in business for four years, but we have many years in the field,” Ficken said. “Bryan originally worked on mowers out of our backyard and it grew from there.” In those four years, “we have grown leaps and bounds because
Common Cents Rental Specializes in Rental, Sales & Lawn Equipment Repair
of wonderful customers who have recommended us and through advertising,” she said. The Fickens already are training the next generation. Their three daughters take turns coming in to the shop to help during the summer months. Jennifer Ficken gets the most satisfaction in her job by treating customers fairly. “I’ve heard too many stories of overcharges or improper care” at other rental shops, Ficken said. “I enjoy talking to customers.” The customers appreciate that Common Cents prices are fair and realistic and that the rental equipment is in very good shape. They also comment on “how friendly we are,” Ficken said. Although the weather is seasonably warm now, Ficken noted that fall is not far off. “In the fall, it will be aeration time,” Ficken said. “We will have seed and fertilizer to sell and aerators to rent.” Thanks to all of our current customers, and to those who have recommended us to others. We greatly apreciate your business.
200 Meramec Valley Plaza • Valley Park • 636-225-8350
1080 Gravois Road • Fenton • 636-326-4888
From left: Gary, Bob, Libby, Terri, Marsha, Barry and Tom.
Tom and Judy Honigfort
Whether shopping for a single window treatment, redecorating an entire house or seeking the solution to a complex design challenge, Show Me Blinds & Shutters in Kirkwood, a gallery store for the HunterDouglas brand, can help. Show Me Blinds has been offering sales and installation on a wide range of window treatments since 1996. Veteran design consultants Marcia Hermann and Libby Blake can help customers select from limitless combinations of color, texture, fabrics and function during a free home consultation. Every order is custom designed, measured and made. Bob Starr and Tom Tintera perform the installations. Show Me Blinds was
Show Me Blinds & Shutters: “Small Business With Big Values”
one of the first Hunter Douglas Gallery® stores established in the United States 10 years ago. All Hunter-Douglas products are made in the U.S.A. The connection with the well-known HunterDouglas brand gives the store the aura of a “small business with big values.” Customers love that Show Me Blinds is a small family business in Kirkwood. For the staff, the best aspect of their work is seeing homeowners’ excitement after their new window treatments have been installed. Customer satisfaction is an important part of the business.
Tom and Judy Honigfort recently celebrated their second anniversary as owners of Great Harvest Bread Co. The couple opened the bakery in May 2011 and have been carrying on the commitment to baking handcrafted, fresh whole grain breads and sweets, as well as cookies, scones, muffins and bars. In addition to serving lunch Monday through Saturday, Great Harvest provides bread to The Magic House Picnic Basket Café; delivers bakery-made mixes, hot cereals and granola to Schnucks in Des Peres; and operates a booth at the Kirkwood Farmer’s Market on Saturdays. “Our boxed lunch and catering business is also catching on,” said Judy Honigfort. “Before we opened, a potential customer asked us about providing boxed lunches, it was an area we put on the back burner until we got our business up and running.” “Since then, we have developed and refined our catering menu to reflect what we do best; sandwiches showcasing our phenomenal, whole
Boxed Lunches and Catering At Great Harvest Bread Co.
grain breads, delicious sweets, and fruit and vegetable trays. The options are unbelievably fresh and wholesome.” At Great Harvest, the staff mills the wheat daily on a hammer mill right in the bakery and bakes it into breads and sweets within 24 hours. “Fresh wheat means fresh product,” Honigfort said. “We start baking here every morning at 4 a.m., handcraft each product, and sell it fresh from our shelves, often still warm. “Our production area is out in the open so that customers can see that everything begins and ends here. Nothing is shipped in frozen, or pre-made,” she added. Baking onsite goes over well with customers, who often comment on “the smell of our bakery when they first walk in,” Honigfort said. “Customers are invited to our bread board, where they are offered a generous, free slice of whatever has come out of the oven that day.”
933 S. Kirkwood Road • Kirkwood • 314-909-1177
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
125 W. Argonne Ave. • Kirkwood • 821-1848
South County Times
July 26 - August 1, 2013
Come in and enjoy the “best burger in town.”
Mike and Julie Douglas show off the Our Town new mover welcome packages filled with gift certificates from sponsor businesses.
The Concord Grill has been serving burgers at the same Concord Village location since 1989, when Steven and Debbye Greer were approached by a relative to become business partners. Three months later, the relative bowed out and the Greers have owned the restaurant ever since. Concord offers 40 different 8-ounce handpattied burgers, which can also be ordered in a 5-ounce or 13-ounce size. Check out its burger of the month for something totally different from any burger on the menu. For July, the featured burger is a Jalapeno Popper Burger topped with a homemade Raspberry Jalapeno Jelly. “On the quest for a good burger, people should put this place on their radar,” said regular customer Meg. M of Imperial. “And if you are a chicken-and-dumplings fan, they serve this all week long.” Customer, Kim R., proclaimed the Grill’s specialty as the “best burger in town,” adding that “they also offer dessert fried Twinkies.” The Grill has an outdoor patio, a 72-inch TV
Family Run Concord Grill Has Been Operating At Same Location Since 1989
screen and three flat screen TVs. They even have a TV facing the outside patio so diners can watch games and listen through the speakers. Concord Grill has a mobile website. Customers can join the loyalty program, add their name to the in-house birthday email list, see specials and much more – all from their phone. You can text CONCORDVIP to 69302 from any smart phone and download the mobile app. “I derive most satisfaction from positive comments from customers,” said Debbye Greer. As the main cook, she enjoys making the homemade Mayfair dressing, potato salad and various soups. The business has changed over the years, mainly with more menu items and specials to choose from, but much remains the same. “We strive for full and happy customers who will return because they receive quality food and excellent service,” said Greer. “We greatly appreciate your business.”
BuRGeR FOR A BuCK!!
Buy a basic burger or sandwich and receive a second for $1.00. Dine in only. Must purchase two beverages. Maximum discount $6.99. Not valid with other offers. Strict limit of one coupon per table/party. expires 8/30/13.
Thanks to Our Town Route 66, newcomers to the area are greeted with the modern equivalent of the welcome wagon: a packet in the mail filled with gift certificates from businesses in their new hometown. “We help our sponsor businesses extend that old-fashioned feeling of hospitality to the new movers,” said Julie Douglas, who owns Our Town Route 66 with her husband Mike. The company designs and prints gift certificates, mails them in an attractive cryingto-be-opened package, tracks the certificates when they are redeemed and sends a thank you card on behalf of the business to the new customer. The company provides a trackable return-on-investment to sponsors. Mike is a lifelong St. Louisan, and Julie has lived in the area for more than 30 years. The couple bought the 41-year-old direct mail marketing franchise earlier this year. Our Town’s mission is to help new movers adjust and feel welcomed into their community, while assisting
Our Town Route 66 Welcomes Newcomers To The Community
sponsor businesses to gain new, loyal customers from this highly searching audience. “We wanted to own a business that would allow us to make a positive contribution to our community, help other businesses and put our skills and experience to good use,” said Julie Douglas. “We opened Our Town Route 66 to serve businesses and new movers in the St. Louis/St. Charles area.” Our Town Route 66 offers sponsors an opportunity to reach customers who are new to the neighborhood and are looking for businesses and services to replace the ones they left behind, such as grocery stores, hair stylists, doctors, vets and auto repair. “Our sponsor businesses like that we make welcoming new movers so easy for them,” Douglas said. The Douglases enjoy helping small businesses succeed by reaching new customers. “We truly believe that strong small businesses are the backbone of a strong community,” Douglas said.
11427 Concord Village Ave. • 849-5239
9051 Watson Rd. Ste 312 • Crestwood • 314-619-6266
www.ourtownamerica.com • www.facebook.com/OurTownRoute66
Since 1997, Martha’s Hands has provided over 2,500,000 hours of compassionate, private-duty home care. Martha’s Hands recently celebrated its 15th anniversary in business, serving the local community.
Welcome - from your local Thompson Price team!
Does an elder family member or friend need a little help to stay in their home? You can place your trust in Martha’s Hands. Our nurse care manager will visit with the client and their family to customize care. Typical services include bathing and dressing assistance, meal preparation/ clean-up, medication set-up and reminders, light housekeeping, laundry, errand running, and companionship. Eileen Hedrick founded Martha’s Hands on a mission of “Love through Service” over 30 years ago. While a nursing student, Eileen was taught compassionate care by the Sisters of Mercy, emphasizing total wellness. Eileen applied this mission in her nursing career. With the help of Eileen’s husband, John, Martha’s Hands started in their basement in 1997. Known for its quality service, Martha’s Hands has grown to become one of the premiere private-duty home health agencies in St. Louis.
Martha’s Hands Home Care: Compassionate Partners In Life Care
Thompson Price Kitchens, Baths & Home: Your Hometown Remodeling “Coach”
Remodeling is a big decision for most homeowners. The folks at Thompson Price rely on a proven process of matching customers’ needs to design options, providing key checkpoints in the project, minimum disruption to customers’ lives and, most importantly, professional service. Owner Tom Price considers himself more of a “design coach” than product salesman. “Too often, people make a mistake by trying to choose products like cabinets and countertops before they have even thought about how a kitchen or bath design will meet their family’s needs,” Price said. The TP process always starts with a collaborative discussion of how much the customers cook, family size, and what they like and don’t like about their current kitchen or bath. “We make the remodel process natural, collaborative and even fun!” Price said. Thompson Price Kitchens, Baths & Home is one of the most experienced and trusted home remodeling teams in St. Louis. This means customers get outstanding selection, price and service from professionals who know the unique demands of successful remodeling and are dedicated to finding a design solution to fit the way they live. Located in Des Peres since 1978, Thompson Price is a familiar name in the St. Louis building and remodeling industries. Tom Price holds certifications as a kitchen and bath designer and remodeler. His experienced team of 15 all have continuous, updated training in design, products, construction requirements and municipal codes. T.J. Price and Ginger Fridley, who head the design and sales team, are experts in the vast array of remodeling materials available today. The Des Peres showroom displays a variety of these styles, along with samples of almost every stone, new composite and wood finish. “People should not feel alone in this process,” Price said. “It is a big investment and it needs to be right the first time.”
They are regularly looking for compassionate individuals willing to serve the needs of the elderly. Martha’s Hands provides training and matches a caregiver’s skills with the client’s needs. Their nurse supervisor introduces the new caregiver to the client, and reviews the care plan to make everyone feel comfortable. Affording care can be a concern. Martha’s Hands can assist clients in discovering potential funding sources and care options. Martha’s Hands is actively involved with the Home Care Association of America, Missouri Alliance for Home Care, Alzheimer’s Association and the Kirkwood Chamber of Commerce. Eileen’s daughter, Denise Hedrick Huber, co-owns Martha’s Hands and has become more involved in running the business, working to continue Eileen’s original mission of “Love through Service.”
12813 Flushing Meadows • Town & Country • 314-965-4350
12101B Manchester Rd. • Des Peres • 966-8234
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