Owner/Director of Operations
Keith has served as the Director of Operations at Senior Helpers of Dayton since January 2016, which was the time he purchased a share in the franchise. Senior Helpers of Dayton has been established and providing elderly care service in Dayton OH since 2009. Keith graduated magna cum laude from Wright State University located in Dayton, Ohio. He obtained degrees in Accounting as well as Finance and he was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, an international, academic honor society recognizing the top 10% of students in business school. Keith has experienced the dignity of elderly in-home care first hand when he cared for his wife’s grandparents. He often did the light housework, cleaning, yard work, painting and his wife Jamie would meal prep, clean dishes and go shopping for the grandparents. Afterwards, they made time in the day to sit and play Euchre with grandma and grandpa, which provided them with companionship they so often desired. Both grandparents passed away within 60 days of one another at the ages of 83 and 92 and they were blessed to be at home during their time of passing. Keith immediately recognized the importance of at-home senior care and the dignity it brings to people in need of care, compassion and companionship. His goal for Senior Helpers of Dayton is to provide the best possible in-home elderly care, dementia care, Alzheimer’s care for seniors in the Dayton Ohio area. Stop in and see Keith on 7045 Corporate Way, Dayton OH 45459.
Owner/Director of Business Development
Nicci Henry grew up in Waynesville, OH and is a cum laude graduate of Wright State University. Before deciding to pursue her passion for the senior population in Dayton, Ohio, Nicci spent thirteen years in the intellectual property licensing realm of consumer products. It was wonderful to have the opportunity to travel to various cities, but it definitely left Nicci with the desire to work in her Dayton community and be close to her own family. Nicci has been fortunate to have an extended elderly family who achieved productive and long lives with the support of family. Nicci understands the challenges that people face when raising their own families while balancing the responsibilities of elderly relatives along with a career. Nicci saw this opportunity with Senior Helpers of Dayton as a way to impact her own community and a path of possibility for seniors to maintain grace and dignity by being able to age at home with the proper support from Senior Helpers. Elderly in-home care is not only a comfortable choice for senior care but is also an affordable choice. In January 2016, Nicci purchased a share in Senior Helpers of Dayton and became Director of Business Development and her goal is to bring awareness to the community of our Senior Gems program for Alzheimer’s and dementia care and be the number one resource for elder care service in Dayton, Ohio. Nicci and her two children, Rachel and Samuel, currently reside two blocks away from her own parents in Vandalia, Ohio.
Tonya has been with Senior Helpers of Dayton for the past five years and has been in the home-care field for the past eighteen years. Tonya is an Alzheimer’s and dementia specialist who has completed the “Train the Trainer” program with Senior Helpers. She started out in home-care as a file clerk and has advanced to the position of Client Services Manager with Senior Helpers of Dayton. Tonya has experienced both sides of in-home care as each of her parents had care givers assist them with companionship, personal care and household chores. It is important to her that Senior Helpers keep the elderly client’s dignity and respect as top priority. She has worked as an in-home caregiver and loves the one-on-one care that Senior Helpers of Dayton provides. Tonya thrives in her role as Client Services Manager and wants to ensure that each client and their families experience the best possible care from Senior Helpers of Dayton. For more information regarding in-home care for the elderly contact Tonya at Senior Helpers 937-249-1156.
Aimee joined Senior Helpers Dayton in January 2018. Aimee provided home care to her own great-grandparents when she was 15. Caring for them made her realize that caring for seniors is what she wanted to do as a career. She is a graduate of MVCTC with her STNA and has worked in long term facilities in the Dayton area for 12 years. While working in facilities as a caregiver, Aimee came to believe some things needed to change in long term facilities and as a STNA, she did not have the authority to implement those needed changes. Aimee became passionate about helping seniors to stay in their own homes rather than have to go to a facility to live. Although she has only been with Senior Helpers for a short time she LOVES IT! Caring for seniors is so rewarding and is her passion.
Alisha has been a member of various Senior Helpers teams for 5 years. She began her career with Senior Helpers in the San Diego office. After 4 years in San Diego, she moved to Ohio and joined the Dayton office as a scheduler. Alisha really enjoys working for Senior Helpers while assisting our elderly community. The Dayton branch has offered new challenges and given her the opportunity to work with a great group of people. Alisha has had a background as a caregiver for several years before starting with Senior Helpers. She enjoyed her time as a caregiver and is grateful for the insight it provided. Caring for seniors is a wonderful and rewarding career. Alisha truly enjoys being support to both our clients and caregivers.
Crystal became a member of the Seniors Helpers Dayton in July, 2017. Her previous experiences in banking make her a wonderful asset to us in her role of accounts receivable/payable. Crystal acted as a caregiver not only for her own family via homecare but also worked with seniors for 11.5 years in a long-term care facility. Activities that she has enjoyed doing with Seniors have included sitting with them, writing letters for them, grooming their hair, housekeeping and laundry as well as personal care. Crystal’s favorite thing to do is go to her Grandpas and listen to stories that he tells of his childhood. She loves to serve the elderly and she has great compassion for them. Its Crystals desire to make life as easy and enjoyable as she can for seniors. Crystal supports Senior Helpers of Dayton in the Accounting and Finance Department.