About Our Local Office

One of the reasons that Senior Helpers has become the care provider of choice for Nashville, TN, is their commitment to partnering with individuals that share the same passion for providing only the highest level of care and support to their clients and family members.

The local Senior Helpers team has been drawn together by their desire to serve others. Each team member lives in the Nashville area and believes strongly in supporting our community. "We take pride and continually strive to give each of our families the individual attention they deserve," explained Stephen Ferrari, one of the owners.

Senior Helpers offers a broad range of services in Nashville ranging from basic monitoring to around the clock home care assistance, both in the family's home, as well as in facilities when more care is needed.

We currently serve the Middle Tennessee community from our three locations:

Murfreesboro: www.seniorhelpers.com/murfreesboro-tn

Franklin: www.seniorhelpers.com/franklin-tn

Hendersonville: www.seniorhelpers.com/hendersonville-tn




Matt Miller


Matt established the Franklin office over five years ago. Since that time it has grown to be one of the largest care agencies in Middle Tennessee. Matt is responsible for the daily financial health of the company which includes billing and payroll. “We constantly strive to be the advocate for those who need help and it comes through with every client we care for. Families want to have a peace of mind that their loved ones are being cared for. We take that responsibility very seriously,” stated Matt. "We aren't satisfied until our clients and their families are satisfied."

Debbie Miller

Owner, Director of Marketing

Debbie comes to Senior Helpers with a wealth of knowledge from the pharmaceutical industry. Debbie is responsible for the communication with our health care partners as well as designing, implementing and conducting the Continuing Education Programs for their communities. Debbie is a Qualified Dementia Care Specialist & Care Coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, Tennessee affiliate office. She has a strong passion to improve the quality of care through education. “There is nothing like watching a family caregiver or professional caregivers face when that light bulb goes off. Awareness and education is critical in today’s senior community…especially when it comes to Dementia. That’s why the SENIOR GEMS® program is so important”, explained Debbie.

Stephen Ferrari

Owner, CEO

Stephen comes to the Senior Helpers family after spending twenty-two years with Verizon. His goal upon leaving corporate life was to find an industry that allowed him to wake up each morning and feel like he was doing something ‘worthwhile’. “There can be nothing more worthwhile than serving and caring for the people who spent so many years caring for us while we were growing up," exclaimed Stephen. Stephen plays an active role daily in the business, meeting with clients and their families to develop a proper care plan.

Goldie Essary

Administrative Assistant

Goldie worked for Senior Helpers as a caregiver for almost a year before being promoted to office assistant. Goldie's professional background is in elderly care and a year of study as a surgical technologist at Tennessee Technical Institute. She has proven to be one of our most valuable employees. Goldie is from Fairview Tennessee and enjoys horseback riding, fishing, and being with friends and family.

JoAnna Cramer

Marketing Coordinator & Graphic Designer

JoAnna Cramer came to Senior Helpers as a receptionist and graphic design intern. In a short time JoAnna proved to be a valuable asset to the team. JoAnna has a degree in Digital Design from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and enjoys having an opportunity to help the community of seniors and caregivers behind the scenes. JoAnna is from north eastern Pennsylvania and her pastimes include, reading, bowling, and spending time with family.

Amy Walter

Marketer, Social Worker

Amy is Licensed Master Social Worker, holding an additional certificate as a Certified Advanced Social Work Case Manager. She has a passion for educating the healthcare community on dementia-related topics and being a helping hand to those seeking assistance for themselves or their loved ones. Amy received the Social Worker of the year award by The Mid Cumberland Council of Healthcare Social Work in 2012.

Elizabeth "Lizy" Luke

Director of Residential Services

Lizy also lives in Rutherford County where she grew up in Smyrna Tennessee. She has her degree in Health Science from BYU-Idaho. Lizy is the Director of Resident Services for Senior Helpers at Adams Place. She has a passion for elderly care and making sure that our client’s families have a peace of mind that their loved ones are well cared for.