Meet Christine Soriano!
We are pleased to introduce our newest owner. Christine Soriano puts her love for seniors into her care home. This love stems from the fond memories of her grandmother who raised her. Unfortunately in her later years, her grandmother developed dementia and required more and more care. Christine's family took on all the work of her care until they finally were forced to put her in a convalescent home. She always felt that the end of her grandmother's life could have been a much better experience and this has been the source of her passion for seniors.
Home Sweet Care Homes has been providing the best senior assisted living since 2006. They were able to set up their board and care home in the comfortable and warm setting they would have liked her grandmother to experience. They have been welcoming new families into their home and hearts ever since!
Being in business for eight years now, Christine Soriano has seen many different forms of dementia and the different struggles families experience. Some are similar to the experiences her family went through and others are new challenges that she embraces. Overall, the resident is always the top priority and she finds helping them in this stage of their life to be very fulfilling.
Home Sweet Care Homes is also know for assisting residents who have full or partial paralysis. Christine's husband is a sports and conditioning specialist who is up to date with the latest exercises and training for all age groups. He is able to work with physical therapy and occupational therapy to design a rehabilitation plan that best suits their body type. She has had much success in this area and are happy to see residents back on their feet!
Feeling blessed with the success of her board and care home, Christine gives back to the community in many ways. One of her favorites is the Alzheimer's Association. She is an active member of the Alzheimer's Association and held the logistics chair for the Walnut Creek Walk to End Alzheimer's Event for three years. She also attends community events and will help families who are unaware of the signs and symptoms of the disease and hopefully direct them to appropriate resources.
Christine's vision for the future is to bring all of the benefits of the larger assisted living communities into her residental board and care home. These benefits include transportation, meaningful activities, and special events like a 4th of July party. Her connection with Memento Care has opened the doors to this opportunity and she is excited to offer our services to her current and future residents and families.