Our goal is to raise the level of non-medical home care

About Us

Opening Aging at Home Solution Inc

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Opening Aging at Home Solution, Inc. is my way of making a difference in an industry that is dominated by franchises that often have their policies dictated by corporate policy-makers who are unfamiliar with local customs. My goal is to raise the level of non-medical home health care in our area by providing additional, customized training, higher wages for our care-partners and an inclusive workforce in the decision-making process when developing customized care planning for our clients. Through collaboration with the client, their family and care-partners I have learned what issues, concerns and disappointments may arise which enables me to provide a more defined solution for those in need.


My goal of providing superior training required locating a nationally recognized curriculum that would serve our clients’ needs. I found the perfect fit with Teepa Snow’s, Positive Approach to Care™ and her Living Gems Program™. These programs provide our care-partners with the tools needed to handle the challenges of natural aging and living with Dementia. I was so impressed with these programs, I became a Certified Independent Trainer; one of five in the State of Maryland. There is a bonus for our care-partners who are required to maintain Continuing Education Units - these programs qualify for credit! Improving our industry by providing exemplary care-partners is my goal!


I look forward to assisting you with your needs!

Amy Keller

Owner

Amy Keller, owner of Aging at Home Solution, has earned her certification as an Independent Trainer in the Positive Approach® to Care (PAC) by Teepa Snow, a nationally recognized instructor on natural aging and aging with Dementia. Amy is one of five certified independent trainers in the state of Maryland. All staff will have eight hours of hands on Dementia Positive Approach to Care training.

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What makes us different

No two companies are alike!

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We provide our care-partners with the tools needed to handle the challenges of natural aging and living with Dementia / Alzheimer. Most seniors would rather be home instead of in a facility.

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