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Meet the Wabash office

More than 90% of seniors want to age in their own home with dignity but getting the right type of care can seem daunting. At Senior Helpers Wabash we believe that getting the best care for your loved ones should not be complicated. Dave Foreman opened the Senior Helpers Wabash office because of his passion for helping others and their interest in the growing need for in-home care services. He is committed to delivering the best possible in-home care to seniors in the Wabash community. 

We take the opportunity to provide in-home care seriously and make it a priority to provide the highest level of client service possible. We have built an exceptional team of care professionals, each committed to remaining at the forefront of the in-home care industry through our proprietary ongoing training and education programs.

Our History

Senior Helpers was founded in 2002 by Tony Bonacuse with the help of Peter Ross after their firsthand experience in caring for their respective family members. Tony and Peter identified a need that was not being filled properly by the other companies. They realized most seniors would prefer to age in their own home rather than move into an unfamiliar institution. Unfortunately, the options available to most seniors were very limited. Most seniors did not have access to well-trained, dependable and affordable in-home care. This was the mission-driven spark that started Senior Helpers. 

The first office opened in Baltimore, and quickly developed a reputation for delivering excellent in-home senior care with their well-trained staff of professional caregivers. Based on the success of the Baltimore location, the company began to expand. Over the past 13 years, the Senior Helpers family has grown to include a network of more than 300 locally owned and operated franchises across the United States. 

Like every other owner, Senior Helpers Wabash staff are fully-committed to the original goal of providing dependable and affordable in-home care with well-trained caregivers. Nothing is more important to us than being the best available resource for seniors and families in our community.  

Our process

The first step in the process is a complimentary, initial in-home care assessment with a Senior Helpers consultant. This assessment can help you understand the true needs of your loved one, and your options. Together we can discuss their needs, our senior care services and determine what’s best for your entire family.

We will cover:

  • Your family's specific goals
  • Your loved one's daily plan design and schedule
  • Pricing and payment methods
  •  Implementation process
  • Ongoing communication and follow-up plan

Meet the Wabash Team


Owner/Senior Care Specialist/Client Intake Coordinator

I decided to purchase Senior Helpers because my values were the same as the company’s philosophy. These include having integrity without compromise. And delivering comfort and care at a moment’s notice, while being able to help the elderly stay in their own homes. Since then, our territories have continued to grow and develop.

I do initial assessments and work hand in hand with Veterans to help assist them with applying for their Aid and Attendance benefit. This is a much needed service that many veterans and their spouses don’t know they qualify for. I also work hand in hand with the clients and their families to develop the proper care plan for each client and handle all schedule changes.


Owner/Education and Compliance Specialist

I lead our Education Department. Before coming to Senior Helpers I was a teacher at Lewis Cass for 25 years. I know how important the role of education is to the community. I strive to educate families and the community on the importance of understanding the aging process, especially when working with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

I also oversee the Compliance department to ensure that we are in compliance with all state and federal guidelines and regulations as it applies to our licensing.


General Manager/COO

I oversee all operations in the office. I train staff to keep everyone updated on the latest techniques and events. Each day I develop a plan of action so we are always able to provide the proper care to each client.

I graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a Bachelor degree in Psychology and a concentration in gerontology. My goals in life are to help others learn and grow, and to make a difference in people’s lives. Senior Helpers allows me to do this by helping my team grow and making a difference in our client’s lives as well.


Caregiver Manager/Assistant Director

I oversee the hiring, training, and managing of all of our caregivers. I work hand in hand with each caregiver to make sure they are compatible and comfortable with each client. I have a strong passion for this type of work whether it is teaching caregivers certain techniques to use or being there for grief support.

I have been a C.N.A for six years. I first worked at a Nursing home and then as a Caregiver for Senior Helpers part time while going to college. My grandmother was diagnosed with dementia ten years ago and my family was always struggling for answers when it came to her care. I wanted to be a part of an organization that provided these answers for the families, This is why I chose Senior Helpers..

Favorite quote: “Don’t think of the things you “didn’t” get after praying, think of the countless blessing you get without asking.”


Human Resources Coordinator

I am in charge of recruiting new caregivers who have a passion for taking care of the elderly. When interviewing, I look for experience and important qualities like loyalty, trustworthiness, compassion, and a good work ethic. I work with Taylor at all hiring sessions. I call caregivers to make sure all documentation is always up to date. Along with these duties I also post job listings and attend job fairs to continue to recruit exceptional caregivers.

My favorite quote is “You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” Walt Disney. That’s what I feel like Senior Helper’s is doing for our clients. The people I aspire to hire, are those who feel the same way and work just as hard to make sure we are making the world a better place by helping our elders and giving them the care they need.


Client Services Director

I am the person you call if you have any problems or concerns, client schedule change, or would just like to let us know you are happy with services. I work on scheduling the right Caregiver for each client and making sure all schedules are filled. My goal is to make sure each and every Client is happy and satisfied, so please don’t hesitate to call me.

I worked in scheduling, purchasing, and customer service in manufacturing for 30 years. I wanted to do something more meaningful and personal, that’s why I decided to work for Senior Helpers. My father-in-law is one of our clients. Knowing he has a caregiver with him brings comfort and relief for our family.

My husband is Brad Angle and he’s Plant Mgr. at Carter Fuel Systems. We have 3 children and 4 grandchildren! We own The People’s Winery. Working there is fun and therapy for me.

My favorite quote sums up my outlook on life: “Dance as if no one's watching, sing as if no one's listening, and live everyday as if it were your last.”


Community Relations Coordinator/Marketing

I am in charge of conducting community outreach throughout our 27 counties. I work with other companies to see how we can partner together to be the best senior advocates for our clients and their families. I love being able to go out and meet new people every day and feel like I’m making a difference in people’s lives. I am always out in the community partnering with other resources or visiting with clients and their families to develop the proper care plan that is needed. I chose to work for Senior Helpers because I love how I am able to help people in any kind of situation. If our company isn’t able to do services for you, I help you find someone who can.

I graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Community Health Education and a minor in Psychology.

Favorite quote: “Life’s not about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain”


Administrative Assistant/Lead Specialist

My duties include taking initial calls and directing the call flow of the office to keep our communication seamless. I coordinate all client assessments and client lead follow up calls. I answer questions on services, pricing, and resources to ensure our potential customers know about all the possibilities out there for Senior Care.

I have been working at Senior Helpers for a year, and I love what I do here, especially knowing that clients and their families are well taken care of. Each day I strive to learn more and more about the senior industry for the sake of our clients and future clients.


Account Manager

I started as an intern and am now the account manager, working with payroll, and billing. I separate service sheets for completeness and deal with anything that has to do with payroll. My goals are to continue to grow within the company, and to continue ensuring that our customers and employees are well taken care of.

Favorite Quote: “If you want to see the change in the world, be the change” -Gandhi


Scheduling Coordinator

I am the scheduling coordinator for Senior Helpers. I work hard every day to make sure our Clients have the best Caregiver possible to meet their individual needs.

At Senior Helpers we take pride in guaranteeing our Clients and Caregivers can always reach someone in case of an emergency. One of my duties is handling the on-call phone during the week and on some weekends.

I worked as a teaching assistant for 12 years in the Logansport school system. I love making a difference and being a positive influence in others’ lives. My goal is to make sure that our clients and caregivers are happy. I have twin children. A son Chris and a daughter Hannah, who are both in college.


Office Intern


Areas we serve

Senior Helpers Wabash provides a full range of senior home care services for you or your loved one—from companionship and housework help, to more complex care services, including disease management, Live-In and 24-hour care services.

Senior Helpers Wabash serves the cities and towns of:

  • Huntingtin
  • Kosciusko
  • Marshall
  • Noble
  • Wabash
  • Wells
  • and Whitley
  • Grant