Meet our office team who are dedicated to providing you with the best care possible.
President & CEO
Having worked through all the office team roles herself, and even taking on a few caregiving shifts herself, Katherine understands every aspect of the company. A background in Social Work and 19 years as a self-employed hairdresser augments her natural ability to help and work with people. As the CEO, sharing her vision inspires her staff with the same passion she has to help older adults and people with disabilities.
It is Katherine’s vision and passion to provide exceptional care and go beyond her client’s expectations. Caring for her mother after she was attacked in a brutal home invasion brought the caring experience to a personal level and served to infuse her with an even greater passion to assist our vulnerable population. Read more here. Katherine expressed, “This business is so rewarding knowing the company makes a difference in peoples’ lives every day!”
Along with a natural talent for being a nurturer, Jen enjoys being able to make a difference in people’s lives. She’s proudly born and raised in Winnipeg and is a Certified Red Seal Chef. Jen is currently expanding her already diverse skills as a member of Toastmasters.
Client Outreach Coordinator
Kimberley is a Client Outreach Coordinator at Comforts of Home – Care. She enjoys meeting our clients for the very first time to help determine the best care plan possible. She is passionate about the individual needs of each client follows through to make sure each client receives the experience she promised them.
She loves being part of a team that makes such a positive difference in the lives of others! Adept at multitasking and looking at the big picture, Kimberley has over 20 years of experience in management and has also facilitated at conferences.
“I lead with my heart, always searching for a better way to help,” Kimberley says. She has a soft spot in her heart for seniors — her grandmother passed away in March 2017 at 97 years old, and Kimberley fondly talks about her as a loving, funny, and filter-free character.
Kimberley lived in various cities in Ontario before moving to Winnipeg in 1997. She has a BA in English/Theatre, took Leadership Training at Ryerson University, and did Training & Development at Red River College.
Client Outreach Coordinator
Chelsea is a Client Outreach Coordinator with Comforts of Home – Care. She is passionate about our clients and ensures they have appropriate care in place to enrich their quality of life. She enjoys working closely with individuals and their families providing in home assessments to develop person centered care plans that best suits their needs.
She is driven to help others and understands the importance of having the right care in place. Since having her mother at a young age suffer with Dementia Chelsea understands first hand the challenges that are associated with the disease. “Watching my mother go through the stages of dementia, and having her in a care home I can personally relate to other families and the struggles they may be feeling. “Chelsea completed CPI’s Dementia Capable Care course in 2017 .
Chelsea is originally from Edmonton, AB but from a young age has been calling Winnipeg her home . Her professional background includes Business Management, Marketing, Public Relations and Social Media .
Shan’s role at Comforts of Home – Care is an Human Resources. She hires all our amazing caregivers.
Since joining us in January 2011, her background with our company has also included working in Human Resources and as an office manager — she’s a real team player, which balances beautifully with her independent streak!
Watching her own mother age and become more dependent on others has given Shan a soft spot in her heart for seniors and their families. Her sincere desire to help other people and her caring nature makes her an important part of our team.
Born and raised in southern Manitoba, Shan spent 2 years at Briercrest Bible College and moved to Winnipeg in 2002. Shan brings with her 12 years of experience in the Home Care industry and started working as a companion in the community with seniors, before moving on to administrative and HR duties.
Billing/Payroll & Staff Coordinator
Having started her career in nursing, Shannon is uniquely qualified for her role with Comforts of Home – Care: she worked as a travel nurse, which put her in many different situations from hospitals to care homes to client homes. “I can relate to exactly what one of our caregivers will go through in their career with COHC,” says Shannon. “I also had to arrange home-care for family members, so I understand how it is to be on the other side.” If you ask Shannon she will tell you that her role seems custom fit to her experiences.
Shannon was born in Manitoba. She started out as a rural girl and now has made her home in Winnipeg.
A devoted worker with a kind and empathetic heart, Quinn has a positive outlook on life and makes clients and caregivers alike feel more at ease.
Quinn understands firsthand how challenging it can be for seniors to not have their independence: her own grandmother was in a personal care home but had no caregiver to fill the hours. Her favourite memory is taking her out for her favourite meal of Chinese food. Sometimes the everyday moments are the ones that mean the most!
Born and raised right here in Winnipeg, Quinn brings to Comforts of Home – Care a variety of diplomas, including Community Support Worker, commercial baking, and training in CPR, NVCI, and MHF
As Office Assistant for Comforts of Home – Care, Rebecca provides support to all our staff members and helps keep on top of the day-to-day operations of the office. She’s an important part of keeping the office on track!
Rebecca started out as a caregiver before transitioning into her role as Office Assistant. With a background of her Commerce degree from the U of M and experience in managing her own business (including 20+ years of teaching piano lessons to children), Rebecca excels at organization skills and working with others in a team.
Rebecca’s family was lucky enough to live on the same block as her grandmother for about 10 years when her children were young. She would always be there when her grandmother needed any help! Born in Calgary and raised in Oakbank, Rebecca has now been living in Winnipeg for the last couple decades
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