Senior Helpers of Denver North proudly serves all of the Metro Denver area, including: Denver, Lakewood, Golden, Evergreen, Arvada, Westminster, Broomfield, Thornton, Brighton and surrounding areas with professional and compassionate in-home care for elder adults. Whether your family needs us for a few hours or around the clock, we'll always provide the kind of quality and responsive care that lets your senior loved one enjoy living independently at home. Contact us today at 303.452.6500, and let us tailor a care plan for your unique needs

Thanks to our responsiveness, dependability, and personal care, Senior Helpers of Denver North has become one of the most trusted and distinguished providers of in home senior care services in the nation.

Senior Helpers of Denver North offers a variety of services, including Alzheimer’s and dementia care, MS, ALS, Parkinson’s and TBI care, personal and companion care, senior care management and evaluation, hospice care, “peace of mind” visits, surgery assistance, sitter services, veterans services, and much more. Our compassionate senior services make it possible for the elderly to maintain as much of their independence as possible and live life on their own terms. Our at home care takes into account each family’s need for straightforward and reliable information about elderly care and the necessity for confidence in the quality of the caregivers working in their homes. By providing appropriate in-home care and companionship, we lift the spirits not only of the elderly, but of the family as well.

At Senior Helpers of Denver North, we strive to provide the best in-home health care, elderly care, hospice care, and companion care so that seniors can live happy and healthy lives at home while maintaining their independence. Call us today, and see how Senior Helpers can serve the needs of your family and senior loved one!

John Lohmeier
Executive Director and Owner of Senior Helpers of Colorado.

Through the course of 22 years in health services, John has held leadership positions in senior care organizations providing clinical services, homecare, hospice, pharmacy, senior living, primary care, mental health, social services, home oxygen, and PACE services.

Through these varied experiences, John has come to respect and value the importance of the unique bond built between caregivers and their clients and families. Because of this, staff development and training have always been a number one priority for the teams that he leads.

Caregiver dedication and knowledge is the foundation for building the unique programs that Senior Helpers offers. These programs elevate our services above what is commonly offered by other homecare organizations. Through trusted partnerships with other health partners and advocacy groups, Senior Helpers has developed proven programs to address the needs of clients and families struggling with Alzheimer’s and dementia, hospice, ALS, MS, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s, and more.

In his spare time John volunteers for various human services organizations and enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and three daughters. John received a BA in Economics from DePauw University and a Masters in HealthCare Administration from Regis University.