The 1776 Senior Care Story
As the oldest grandchild I always had a “special fondness” for my grandparents and spent tons of time with them. Both my grandfather’s were WWII veterans and as a child I was confident that they could fix anything with a little Duck Tape and ingenuity.
In 2001 I was looking for a caregiver for my grandmother, who had Alzheimer’s and my grandfather who had Dementia. I realized that there was a huge need for this service in a highly fragmented marketplace. With my theology background I believed it was important to “honor your parents (and grandparents)” and decided to roll up my sleeves and do something to make the last few years of a seniors lives some of their best.
Today 1776 Senior care has a great team of caregivers and care managers that support families that want to “declare their independence” and continue to live in their own home.
Nat Truitt, CEO