From your heart to ours!

If we can't change the outcome, let's change the journey together!

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When you choose Heart to Heart Senior Care Center, senior living will start feeling a lot like taking an extended vacation. Here, you can sit back and relax, knowing that our specialty-trained care members will take care of everything you need. We can help you become closer as a family by taking away your role as a caregiver. Let us become the caregiver for the day so you can enjoy being with your loved ones when it's convenient for you.

Our founder and CEO has been a director of nursing for over ten years, working with seniors with cognitive and physical challenges. He believes in bringing dignity to every stage of life by giving purpose and a sense of joy. He has specialized training with all the stages of dementia and has handpicked all activities to provide each person the ability to participate.

To provide the best and most knowledgeable care members, we have teamed up with Teepa Snow, one of the best educators for dementia. Using her positive care approach is instilled into our daily routine, and all care members go through an intense training program with regular training sessions throughout the year.

We not only cater to all types of dementia but anyone that desires socialization or requires assistance with activities of daily living for all ages. 

The mission of Heart-to-Heart Senior Care Center is to provide a compassionate environment that focuses on promoting individualism and encouraging independence so that each person can stay longer in their home with family. We also strive to bring as many services as possible to the families and their loved ones to limit outpatient visits. 

We endeavor to create an atmosphere of community where every participant is respected and valued and becomes a contributing member of the whole. We affirm the worth and dignity of every person in a welcoming, nurturing, and safe environment. In everything we do, we conduct ourselves with compassion, caring, patience, understanding, determination, and the highest standards of safety and professionalism, to support and improve the well-being and quality of life of those we serve.

We are a community-based family and donate our time to organizations that need it. We volunteer as a company to various charity organizations in the surrounding areas to provide relief. 



Adult Day Care = $12 – $16/hour
In Home Care = $18 – $27/hour
Assisted Living = $3,900/month ($130 x 30 days)
Nursing Home = $7,500/month ($250 x 30 days)




  • Founded and operated by nurses local to the area who share a passion and love for senior care.

  • Provides an environment to give community members a chance to socialize with other seniors and our care members.

  • Daily exercise.

  • Arts and crafts activities daily.

  • Local musicians to provide entertainment monthly.

  • Open Monday-Friday 8 am - 5 pm. 

  • Lunch catered from local restaurants. 

  • Provides activities that are personalized to the community members based on current or previous hobbies or occupations.

  • In-house salon with a certified beautician to provide a variety of services.

  • Provides care related to activities of daily living like bathing, dressing, and assisting with toileting. 

  • Provides a light breakfast and catered lunch with home-made snacks and hydration reminders throughout the day.

  • Specialized cognition exercises for seniors who are diagnosed with dementia. 

  • Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy services available.

  • Social Services available

  • Telehealth options are available.

  • Nurse Practioner available to provide care for acute illnesses.

  • Equipped with memory stations for community members that like to wander and stay occupied.

  • Diet management services

  • Nurse on site to provide medication management

  • Support Groups to help educate and discuss aging and various topics concerning wellness.

  • Trained care members to assist with transferring community members from a wheelchair and assist with assistive walking devices.

  • Audiologist to assist with hearing aid issues.

  • Denturist to assist with denture issues.

  • Podiatrist to provide foot care.

  • Consistent caregivers who show a love for senior care that are hand-picked by our CEO.

  • Specialized training is provided to all care members to better enhance their knowledge of senior-related illness and dementia. 

  • Cheaper than in-home care!


  • Can cause isolation due to decreased interactions with other people.

  • Can prepare meals while in the home based on what's available. 

  • Can provide light housekeeping

  • Provides care related to activities of daily living like bathing, dressing, and assisting with toileting. 

  • Can remind the client to take prefilled medications from a pill organizer. 

  • Can assist client transferring from a wheelchair and use assistive walking devices. 

  • Different caregivers based on their schedule to provide care and can cancel with short notice. 


Those with dementia are still people and they still have stories and they still have character and they're all individuals and they're all unique. And they just need to be interacted with on a human level.

- Carey Mulligan


“Dementia does not rob someone of their dignity, it’s our reaction to them that does.” 

– Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA

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