Taysia Randall, Director of Caring
Prior to working in the senior care industry, Taysia Kai was an educator for 7 years with the Washington County School District. Taysia is a certified nursing assistant and finds joy in helping others. Her connections to the HealthCare Industry over the years has driven her passion to provide home care services to those in the community. Taysia is motivated to make a difference and is a unique individual with impressive work-ethic and integrity. She is a mother of two beautiful children and the proud wife of a police officer.
Tia Talbot, Nurse of Caring
Tia Marie is the RN on staff with Senior Helpers. As a Nurse Consultant she instructs caregivers and the internal staff in areas of homecare. She also does in home assessments for long term care insurance companies, and addresses any clinical needs our clients may have. She is a graduate of Dixie State Nursing Program, with a Bachelor’s of Science Nursing Degree from Southern Utah University.
Kade Prisbrey, Executive Director
Kade was born and raised in Saint George, Utah and has over 10 years of experience working in the healthcare industry for our community. He is passionate about providing the best quality home care services to those in need. Kade earned his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Healthcare Administration from Stevens-Henager College and feels privileged to be able to combine his love of heath care and business into his career. Kade loves helping others and is motivated to make a difference for the seniors of Southern Utah. He is a loving husband and the proud father of two beautiful girls.
Laretta McConnell, Manager of Caring
Laretta McConnel is our Manager of Caring. She assists the director of caring in overlooking all aspects of the office. She has a vast array of customer service and medical experience in Homecare, Home Health, and Hospice. Laretta is a certified nursing assistant and has a deep love for the seniors of Southern Utah. Laretta loves being a grandma to her four grandchildren.
Our ribbon cutting ceremony!
Walk to End Alzheimer’s November 10, 2018