Owner and CEO, Seth Zamek, supports Americans’ Retirement Plan
“I get to know my clients on a personal level. I'm very compassionate towards them and their families. My work schedules are programmed specifically for me. I've been an employee at Senior Helpers for eight years. They've proven to be an excellent company to work for.”“A valued Senior Helpers Care Specialist”
Thanks to Rep. Ralph Norman for meeting with Seth Zamek and me today! We appreciate Congress passing the #BOLDAlzheimersAct and research funding to #ENDALZ, and we hope you’ll join the Congressional Alzheimer’s Task Force! We look forward to seeing you in DC for the #alzforum.
Our York County Regional Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting and 10 year anniversary celebration!
Senior Helpers is a Sponsor for the Walk to End Alzheimer's for the 9th Consecutive Year in a Row
Country and Pop singer, Glen Campbell's wife, with Senior Helpers Owner, Seth Zamek, after they discussed Glen's Alzheimer's disease diagnosis
Senior Helpers along with Piedmont Medical Center and the Catawba Area Agency on Aging host Teepa Snow, OT, the nation's foremost authority on the hands-on care of individuals with Alzheimer's/dementia. Pictured (l to r) Lisa Pinckney, PMC, Teepa Snow, Connie Barr, LMSW, Senior Helpers, and Seth Zamek, Senior Helpers
Senior Helpers makes a contribution to the Hospice House commemorated by a “Brick” on the Memorial Walkway
Senior Helpers' Owner attends Parkinson's Association Walk
South Carolina Alzheimer’s Association Ambassadors, including Senior Helpers’ owner, Seth Zamek (far left)
Senior Helpers Owner, Seth Zamek, serves as Co-Chairman for the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's. The event raised more than $74,000 and had over 900 participants!
Seth Zamek, Owner/Exec.Dir. of Senior Helpers and Board of Directors member for the
South Carolina Alzheimer’s Association, accepts a check on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association
Senior Helpers Owner, Seth Zamek, attends the Alzheimer's Association National Advocacy Forum in Washington DC
Senior Helpers, along with Piedmont Medical Center and the Catawba Area Agency on Aging presented a $7,000 check to the South Carolina Alzheimer's Association from the proceeds of their Alzheimer's/Dementia Educational Event featuring Teepa Snow
Senior Helpers Owner, Seth Zamek, recognized for giving a presentation on Navigating the Healthcare System to the South Carolina Association of Residential Care Programs annual meeting.
SC State Representative Raye Felder and Seth Zamek at the South Carolina State Capitol supporting SC Home Care Providers
Internship Signing Day
Featuring Seth Zamek and Kimberly Williams
Seth Zamek of Senior Helpers and Kimberly Williams of the Alzheimer’s Association of South Carolina join Andrew Kiel on Straight Talk discussing the latest issues and trends in memory disease and the upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer’s. (9/24/13)