More than 90% of seniors want to be able to age in their own home with dignity but getting the right type of care can seem daunting. At Senior Helpers of Warrenwe believe that getting the best care for your loved ones should not be complicated. We recognize the growing need for in-home care services, and with our passion for helping others, we are committed to delivering the best possible care to seniors in the Warren, PA community.
Senior Helpers of Warren proudly serves Warren County, Pennsylvania, and surrounding areas with professional and compassionate in-home care for seniors. Our office located in the Key Bank Building of historic downtown Warren is a satellite office to our Erie, PA, branch. Whether your family needs us for a few hours or around the clock, we'll provide the kind of quality and responsive care that enables your loved ones to enjoy an independent lifestyle. Contact us at (814) 406-9014 to schedule an appointment.
We offer a variety of services including Alzheimer's and dementia care, personal and companion care, senior care management and evaluation, peace of mind visits, surgery assistance, sitter services, veterans services, and more. Our compassionate senior services make it possible for your loved ones to maintain as much of their independence as possible. At Senior Helpers WARREN, we consider each family's need for straightforward and reliable information about senior care and the necessity for confidence in the quality of the caregivers working in their homes. By providing appropriate in-home care and companionship, we lift the spirits not only of seniors, but of the family caregiver as well.
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 that 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 accessible in-home care. This was the mission-driven spark that started Senior Helpers.
The first office opened in Baltimore, Maryland, 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.
Senior Helpers of Warren was proud to join the system in 2020. Like every other owner, we too are fully-committed to the original goal of providing dependable and accessible 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. We are lucky to serve hundreds of seniors in our community, and we are committed to continuing to provide uncompromising levels of care to all our families
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
Ongoing communication and follow-up plan
Meet the Warren Team
Linda has been employed as a Registered Nurse with Senior Helpers since 2016. As an RN she enjoys working with the Options Personal Care program and doing in-home assessments with the clients. When needed she will be called on do to adult special assessments for Senior Helpers. She always enjoys her times with the clients and their families. Linda is originally from Ashtabula Ohio and currently resides in Erie. She is married and has 3 children and 7 grandchildren. Linda is retired from UPMC Hamot where she worked for many years.
Director of Operations
Paul Pilatowski joined the Senior Helpers staff in late 2018 as the recruitment manager. After a year in that role, he was promoted to Director of Operations in January of 2020. Paul has many years of experience in sales and operations, mostly in the sports management field working for the local Erie sports team. Paul is excited to be a part of the Senior Helpers team and enjoys meeting all the caregivers and talking to clients daily. He feels it is a wonderful field that truly makes a difference in the daily lives of the seniors we have they pleasure of serving. Paul is an avid sports fan, especially all things Pittsburgh. He lives in Erie with his wife Colleen, and their children.
Business Development Coordinator
Jennifer Bliss moved to Russell, PA, in 1991 with her parents and sister. In 2001 she moved to Warren, PA, and has lived in the city since. Jennifer has been married since 2002 and has adopted many “furkids” throughout the years. She enjoys volunteering throughout Warren County and spending time with her niece as much as possible. After over 21 years in radio, Jennifer entered a new chapter in her life with Senior Helpers Erie as the Business Development Coordinator for the Senior Helpers Warren location in early 2020. She continues to spread the word of the Senior Helpers brand and the many services they offer. She also assists with the hiring of new caregivers for the Warren County area and is available for client and home assessments. Jennifer is eager to show our community the quality of home care that Senior Helpers provides with her strong background in Community Relations and Advertising/Marketing.
Client Services Director
Lynn joined Senior Helpers in 2013 working part time and then in 2014 accepted the full-time position of Client Service Manager. Currently Lynn is the Client Services Director and hears many client issues and tries to resolve them in an agreeable and respectful manner.
Over the years many things have changed, but our mission remains the same: helping clients to remain at home, something that Lynn is extremely proud of. Lynn resides in Millcreek.
Human Resources and Recruiting
Robin has enjoyed being part of the Senior Helpers office for nearly nine years! While she’s seen a lot of growth, development and change over the years, one thing remains the same…the ongoing need for dedicated caregivers! In her role, she enjoys meeting applicants and guiding them through the hiring process, always aiming to get each new hire off to a good start by providing them with key information delivered through our orientation program. Robin is also responsible for teaching the Senior Helpers Parkinson’s Care course. She enjoys the opportunity to spend time with caregivers in a relaxed setting that encourages learning about the disease and how to effectively deal with clients who are challenged with it. On a personal note, Robin lives in NorthEast, PA and is very family-oriented, enjoys decorating and supporting animal welfare causes.
Images from the Warren Office
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Areas We Serve
Senior Helpers has provided a great experience for my father. My dad's caregiver shows good work ethic by always being on time and sticking to the required schedule. The office staff at Senior Helpers has gone out of their way to get to know about our family. Senior helper's has been amazing!