MIB Endeavor Home Care

Endeavor In-Home Care Brings Education, Compassion to Clients

Endeavor Home Care began in 2015 with (from left to right) Quincy Bosley, former customer service specialist, owners and founders Nancy and Dave Rodgers, and Keren Montandon, community liaison. Today Endeavor employs over 80 staff and caregivers. Photo courtesy of Dave Rogers

Endeavor Home Care began in 2015 with (from left to right) Quincy Bosley, former customer service specialist, owners and founders Nancy and Dave Rodgers, and Keren Montandon, community liaison. Today Endeavor employs over 80 staff and caregivers. Photo courtesy of Dave Rogers

As baby boomers age, the need for senior care is rising. Many families want to keep aging loved ones with them or help them to be independent for as long as possible, and finding quality help can be difficult.

Endeavor In-Home Care opened its doors in March of 2015. They offer Senior Companion Care, Post-Surgery Rehab, Physical Disabilities Support, Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care, Parkinson’s Care, VA Aid and Attendance Program, Electronic Home Monitoring Systems, Hospice Support, Referrals, LTC and Quick Visits.

Endeavor In-Home Care’s founders, Dave and Nancy Rodgers, both had a few tender, life-changing family caregiving experiences. They were inspired to build a company that would bring a new level of love, joy, and care into the lives of clients and their families.

“We wanted to serve others and knew we could create a system that offered a higher quality of in-home support and care,” says Rodgers.

Endeavor offers help on many levels, from 24/7 home care to education and mini-visits.

“We encourage families and help educate them to care for their loved ones, then Endeavor can fill in the gaps,” says Rodgers.

Their team of caregivers includes Certified Nursing Assistants, Certified Home Health Aides, Registered Nurses, and Emergency Medical Technicians. Their caregivers average over ten years of experience.

Caregivers offer companionship through sharing stories, going for walks, making crafts and lending helping hands. They assist in light housekeeping, meal preparation, personal care, respite care, transportation for running errands, grocery shopping, and doctor’s appointments.

Rodgers says that one important facet of Endeavor is education. Brian Browne, MS, the CSA Education & Outreach Director at Banner Research Center, is often a speaker and part of their Endeavor Memory Care Educational Series offered at Leisure World and other communities. “After the Dementia Diagnosis-Effective Care Giving Strategies” is one such program.

“We don’t focus on being old, we focus on the future. We use the sunrise as the cornerstone of our endeavors. We focus on where we are going, not where we are at,” says Rodgers.

Rodgers, a member of the Mt. View Stake, says, “I feel as the Savior washing the Apostles’ feet. We are serving clients in the most humble needs possible, trying to walk in the Savior’s footsteps. We show compassion and empathy in its purest. We go about washing people’s feet as the Savior would want us to do, to serve others.”

For more information and to contact Endeavor Senior Home Care, go to www.EndeavorHomeCare.com or call 877-584-6162

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