Pathways Senior Helpers was founded in 2002 after several firsthand experiences in caring for family members. There were needs that were not being filled properly by other companies. One important fact was most seniors prefer to age in their own homes rather than move into an unfamiliar institution. Unfortunately most seniors did not have access to well-trained, dependable and affordable in-home care. This was the mission-driven spark that started Senior Helpers.
Julia LaPlount has lived in Long Beach for 56 years and is committed to provided exceptional services to her clients based on her experiences being employed for 38 years at Rancho Research Institue, Inc., a non-profit research and education center located at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center in Downey. She was CEO for the last 20 years.
Julia provided oversight for the Adult Daycare Center for Alzheimer's and Dementia for 18 years and assisted in the development of the Don Knabe Wellness Center for the aging and disabled at Rancho.
The commitment to provide the best care to clients and to provide support to the families, comes from her own person experiences. She is familiar with working with public agencies and wants to make an important contribution to the well-being of their clients and families
Julia has given us insight into Senior Helpers and what they offer currently during the pandemic. Senior Helpers care staff are certified to work with Alzhemier and dementia patients and during the pandemic, they are offering more home visits. They also are affiliated with many company that work with Senior Helpers like ADT security. Senior Helpers also does a extensive license and background check before hiring, they do not subcontract their care workers. They also provide hands on training for workers and families. What makes them different is they are able to handle COPD, CHD, Diabetes, stroke, Alzheimer and dementia patients. With the pandemic they are being trained on all the latest procedures from the CDC and carry mask, face shield, gloves and had to take their tempatures and send it back to Senior Helpers before helping their patients. Julia LaPlount goes out to each home and assesses their caregivers with their patients and make sure they match before letting them continue.
If you are looking for in home care for a family member, please don't hesitate to call Julia today.
Remember to invite guests to keep our membership continually growing!
Please stay safe and follow sanitary protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We will continue to use Zoom for your weekly meetings going forward.
Our website has been updated to send leads in real time. Click on the the "Got Leads?" button the the top right of the Execs website. Click who the lead is going to and your name and a message.
1st Classification Postings:
2nd Classification Postings:
Welcome New Members:
Welcome Julia LaPlount of Senior Helpers under the classification of Home Care - Geriatric/Care Managers & Care Givers.
Other Membership News:
Membership attendance will now again be required.
When you refer a new member, you can have a choice in one of two options
1. Have your dues waived for one quarter.
2. Have your dues, as well as the new members dues cut in half for one quarter.
New member has to be in good standing for the first 6 months to receive the promotion.
We have introduced a new type of membership.
Dues are $150 per quarter
Pays $50 initiation fee to cover badge and T-shirt expense
Pays $18 for lunch at each meeting attended
May give and receive leads and give classification talks
No attendance requirement; may attend showcase and special events
Entitled to any open classification; no exclusive classification entitlement
Listed in roster and on web as affiliate member – classification and name only
Not a voting member and not board eligible
One-year limit as affiliate member; must become an executive member thereafter
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