Sherryl is the owner of Senior Helpers. Caregiving came into Sherryl’s life long before Senior Helpers. Growing up in a home with a special needs sibling created a natural environment of providing special care and compassion for others. In the early years of her working career she worked as a live-in caregiver in a group home with special needs residents for United Cerebral Palsy in California. After moving back to northern Idaho, where she grew up Sherryl pursued a career in Real Estate Appraisal. She was a Real Estate Appraiser for 18 years, appraising residential properties throughout northern Idaho and then moving to Boise in 2005. After leaving the real estate industry Sherryl decided to further her education in health and wellness. She obtained certifications as a Health and Wellness Coach, and Stress Management Mentor. Sherryl was thrilled when the opportunity came along to open the first Senior Helpers franchise in the southern portion of Idaho. Sherryl can utilize her education and apply it to her new business of providing care for others throughout the Treasure Valley. Sherryl has experienced within her own family, a time when in home care for a loved one was necessary. The frustration, fear, and concern one feels when you need help is not foreign to Sherryl and her family. Sherryl’s family was fortunate to be able to rally their efforts together to provide the necessary short term care. Sherryl recognizes that not all families are able to provide care for their loved ones, for a variety of reasons. Making the decision to seek in home care for a family member is never an easy decision. Sherryl and her team at Senior helpers is committed to being there for you. They will walk you through the steps, explain your options, provide relief to you and your family, through excellent quality care and communication for your loved one. Sherryl and the entire Senior Helpers family is passionate about letting our senior community age in place with independence, grace, and dignity.
Community Relations Director
Brittany is originally from Northern Idaho. Upon moving to Boise at the age of 15, Brittany attended Eagle High School in Eagle Idaho and graduated in 2008. She pursued a nursing degree at Boise State University, and later enlisted in the United States Army as a combat medic. Brittany served four years of active duty service stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso Texas. After she completed her term of service with an honorable discharge, Brittany returned to Boise Idaho. She worked as an in-home caregiver in the Treasure Valley while attending Boise State University as a Pre-Med student. Brittany saw and experienced the world of caregiving firsthand. Growing up with a family member with special needs, Brittany became aware of the need for advocacy, and quality care of individuals with disabilities. These experiences created a desire to bring a higher level of care, compassion, and dignity to the world of in home caregiving.