Does a family member need a little help to stay in their home? You can place your trust in Martha’s Hands.
Eileen Hedrick founded Martha’s Hands on the principles of compassion and excellence she learned from the Sisters of Mercy. During Hedrick’s nursing education, the Sisters of Mercy stressed compassion in serving God’s children utilizing the excellence of their nursing training. These principles are embedded into the success of Martha’s Hands. The company lives by the mission of “love through service.” Excellent nurse care managers oversee all care provided to their clients.
Assistance that Martha’s Hands can provide, includes bathing, grooming, dressing, meal preparation, medication setup and reminders, light housekeeping, laundry, errand running, companionship and spiritual support.
Since its founding in 1997, Martha’s Hands has become one of the most trusted home care agencies in St. Louis.
Co-founders Denise Hedrick Huber and Eileen Hedrick (pictured above) recently celebrated a milestone providing over three million hours of service.
“While we have grown over the years, our success comes from focusing on our original mission of “love through service,” Eileen Hedrick said.
Martha’s Hands continues to strive for high standards and is actively involved with the Home Care Association of America and the Missouri Alliance for Home Care.
Martha’s Hands also supports the local community through volunteering with the Alzheimer’s Association, Memory Care Home Solutions and Kirkwood Chamber of Commerce.
If you need guidance through the maze of senior care issues, place your trust in Martha’s Hands.