Julie Adcock said:
My mother is getting older and in need of in-home care. She actually knows the owners of Kori's Kind Helpers, so they were a natural choice. I was really terrified to hire in home care. I have seen too many videos of elder abuse and this was my biggest concern. I called Robert to set up a consultation. My husband and I met with him and discussed our needs. I shared that my biggest concern was that the health care workers were kind to my mother. I don't want someone being condescending or short with her. Trust is the biggest issue bringing someone into your home to care for a beloved family member. . He assured us that his hiring process is selective and he monitors his business closely.
Julie Timchak said:
John Roark said:
"During the last six months in my wife's final decline in health, I was totally responsible for her care. Six weeks before her death in April 2022, my wife's condition was such that she could do little for herself and required almost hour-to-hour care around the clock. Although I had a nurse once each week, a physical therapist once each week, and a personal assistant twice each week - each for about one hour - her decline and mine were at a breaking point.
I had met Alice Kori three years before during her care of a woman in our church and in desperation, I found her phone number. She had since gone into business for herself but she responded quickly to my needs for a caregiver for twelve hours each day. Soon thereafter began a need for 24-hour service and Alice quickly provided a total of four workers alternating shifts of twelve hours each. What a remarkable service that was both to my wife and myself.
During Kori's assistance to me, I saw what caring Christian service really means. Her personnel saved my life and made my wife's last days much more comfortable. Having Alice there to make the system work was magnificent to observe. I am pleased to recommend Kori's Kind Helpers to anyone seeking care-giver assistance."
John Roark, 7/27/2022
Tom Crowell said:
"Alice Kori is a superb caregiver; here is why I say that. Until January of this year, my wife Janet and I lived together on Granbury Drive in far north Dallas. Janet has Parkinson's Disease and by January was getting weaker in her body and mind, needing a lot of help for doing normal-life things that she did easily pre-Parkinson's. I provided the care that Jan needed, which was a full time job.
In February I fell and broke my leg. This required me to spend a week in the hospital, then a month in a rehab center. I could neither take care of myself, much less for Jan. When my son Jon recognized how much help was needed for Jan, and later for the two of us, he contacted Alice. Alice cared for my wife all of February.
On March 1 I came home from rehab and Alice cared for the two of us, until we moved to Highland Springs in early June. (Alice had two excellent assistants who took shifts--Alice wasn't doing all of it.)
I was not present in February, but my son informed me that Alice and colleagues were on the job every day, even in the worst of the cold weather. From March 1 until early June I saw how things were done.
The main characteristic of Alice as a caregiver was that she genuinely cared. She didn't just do a job and go home with a paycheck. She cared how my wife and I were doing, what we were eating, how we were sleeping, how happy or sad we felt. She did everything in her power to see that we were doing well. She treated us like she would have treated her own mother and father, I think. We will not soon forget how well she cared for us."
Tom Crowell, June 23, 2021
"The golden years can teach us to depend on God and the helpers he sends us." - Joni Ernst, Beyond Suffering Bible, pg. 383
We'd be honored to be your helpers.
Call us today:
469-579-2679 or 469-579-2914