Several Senior Helpers Locations Throughout South Carolina Celebrate 10 Years
ROCK HILL, S.C: Senior Helpers, one of the nation's premier providers of personalized in-home senior care, announced the ten-year anniversary of the South Carolina locations in Fort Mill, Rock Hill and Lancaster, South Carolina, owned and operated by Seth Zamek.
"Ten years ago, my wife, Jennie, and I started our Senior Helpers location because we wanted to make a difference in the community, especially after the personal experience of having cared for Jennie's parents. Through a personal approach and quality services, we offer specialized care programs for Alzheimer's, dementia and Parkinson's disease for the community," said Zamek. "Our team is proud to have helped more than one thousand seniors throughout South Carolina age gracefully and from the comfort of their own home throughout the last decade, and look forward to providing personalized in-home senior care for local residents for many more years."
Incoming Chair of the South Carolina Alzheimer's Association, Zamek has Master's degrees in Business and Health Care Administration, and 20 years of experience working in hospital administration prior to joining Senior Helpers. As an advocate for individuals and families coping with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, Zamek has sponsored and participated in The Walk to End Alzheimer's, a community event, for the past nine consecutive years, and was recognized by the South Carolina House of Representatives for his contributions to the community.
"We're pleased to celebrate Seth Zamek and a decade of truly changing lives and helping improve the senior care industry," said Peter Ross, CEO, Senior Helpers. "He epitomizes Senior Helpers' values, seen through his passion and dedication to maintaining the highest level of personalized service for families throughout the counties he serves in South Carolina. Zamek has been critical to our continued success here, and will surely be a resource to residents for years to come."