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Home Instead Senior Care Names 2013 CAREGiver of the Year

UPublish story by Annette Balis

Kris Liscoe[1]
From Left: Theresa Dash, Human Resources Manager, Kris Liscoe

Local resident Kris Liscoe has been selected as CAREGiver of the Year by the Home Instead Senior Care office serving Portage County. She is being recognized because of her commitment and service to her clients.

“CAREGivers like Kris are the foundation of our business,” states Therese Glorioso, RN owner of Home Instead Senior Care. “She and others like her provide the superior service and support that makes it possible for older adults to remain at home as they age’’.

Kris was nominated for the award because of the level of compassion, patience and professionalism she brings to the job. Many of her clients and their families have expressed their deep appreciation for the exemplary care that Kris provides.

“We can always count on Kris to provide exceptional care for her clients, “ said Theresa Dash Human Resources Manager “She dispenses the care,wisdom and compassion needed to help her clients especially through difficult times. She truly loves and cares for each one and goes above and beyond what is required of her.”

Home Instead Senior Care provides more than 60 different services including companionship, personal care, meal preparation, light housework, medication reminders, incidental transportation as well as providing respite for family members caring for a loved one.

All Home Instead CAREGivers are thoroughly trained, screened, bonded, insured and background checked.

For more information on Home Instead contact Annette Balis 330-995-1522 or visit

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