Our Senior Helpers Staff



David and his late wife Cindy answered the call to serve seniors with quality home care in the fall of 2008. David, who previously practiced law as a healthcare attorney, and Cindy, a lifelong homemaker, both lost parents to cancer and faced significant caregiving issues along the course of the disease. An appreciation for the challenges family members face when seeking to provide reliable home care for their loved ones led David and Cindy to start Senior Helpers of the Bluegrass in January of 2009. David loves being part of an organization that meets this need for Lexington, Frankfort and the greater Bluegrass Region.



With heart for helping people and compassion towards the elderly, Michelle enjoys working with both caregivers and clients. Michelle's close relationship with her grandmother created a respect and concern for the aging. Her grandmother was self-sufficient until the dementia diagnosis at age 94. Michelle and her family witnessed the changes caused by the disease along with hiring caregivers to help preserve her grandmother's independence. This produced in Michelle a deep appreciation towards caregiving professionals. She also understands firsthand the need for physical, emotional support and respite care due to the obstacles produced by memory loss diseases. Michelle has a BA degree from the University of Kentucky.


Lorri Mills has worked in community relations in eldercare since 2002. She has served on the conference committees for the Next Best Years and The Challenges and Opportunities of Aging for many years. She also has been a Board member for Faith in Action and LexCare and is a member of Bluegrass Aging Consortium, Bluegrass Continuity of Care Association and the Professional Women’s Forum. She has also served on the Fayette County Elder Abuse Council, The Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Central KY Providers and the Women’s Club of Central KY.


Melanie has lived in Lexington all her life and has 17 years of social and community service experience with Homelessness, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, HIV/AIDS Awareness, and at-risk youth. Melanie also enjoys providing arts, music and gardening activities to Senior Adults. Melanie has a BA in Social Work from the University of Kentucky and has been a state registered nurse aide since 2002.


Lisa has personal experience caring for seniors in her family for about 4 years. She also has training as a nurse aide and has worked in that capacity with Senior Helpers for 3 years. She now serves as a scheduling coordinator helping to find the right caregiver for each client. Lisa firmly believes that a person’s later years of their life should be their best years.

Lisa has two wonderful sons, Paul (“PJ”-18) and Michael (15).


Carolyn has had a soft spot in her heart for the elderly since I was about three years old. Later in life, she had the opportunity to work for 14 years in Sun City, Arizona, a retirement community for Senior Citizens. In 1995, she moved to Kentucky and in 2011 was hired by Senior Helpers as a caregiver. Again she is back working with the elderly and loving it. In the fall of 2013, Carolyn was asked to join the Senior Helpers office staff as receptionist.

Senior Helpers has taken a bold step by telling the world that age does not erase hopes and dreams. And by implementing the Virtual Dementia Tour companywide, Senior Helpers has further demonstrated its commitment to those it serves. Senior Helpers is proud to support Second Wind Dreams® on this mission by encouraging donations, raising awareness, and sensitizing the world to dementia as a corporate partner.

What is the Virtual Dementia Tour?

Learning to create a positive environment for those with dementia can only come from attempting to walk in their shoes. Created by P.K. Beville, a specialist in geriatrics, this valuable, easy to follow experiential tour is designed to instill hope in professional and family caregivers, providing them with a tool to move from sympathy to empathy and better understand the behaviors and needs of their loved ones and patients.

Interested in learning how you can bring the Virtual Dementia Tour to you?

Contact us today to help us and you learn more about changing the perspective on aging!

"Until There’s a Cure, Take The Tour!"


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