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About Waypoint Senior Care

Navigating the world of long term care alone, can seem like sailing a ship in treacherous seas. At Waypoint Senior Care And Consulting, we hope to calm the storm through education, individual options, and compassion. Whether you or your loved one is looking into options for the future, or needing immediate assistance during a crisis, allow us to guide you each step of the way.

Waypoint Senior Care And Consulting provides non-medical in-home care to individuals in their own homes, allowing them to stay home instead of moving to a live-in care facility. This includes everything from light housekeeping and meal preparation to bathing and toileting assistance. Our plan of care is customized to meet the needs of the individual we are providing care for.

Our goal is to maintain the independence of our clients, while providing the safety and security of assisted living. We recognize that sometimes care is only needed for short periods of time, often following a medical procedure or hospital stay.  For this reason, we require no contractual obligation from our clients. 

Waypoint is a leader in the industry, providing exceptional service and quality of care while maintaining the genuine compassion that brought us into this business.

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Waypoint Points the Way For Senior Care

Waypoint Points the Way For Senior Care

Submitted by Waypoint Senior Care and Consulting

When working with families, Melissa Cecil, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Waypoint is often asked “What is a Waypoint?” The answer never gets old.

A Waypoint is defined as, “An endpoint of the leg of a course, especially one with specific coordinates” (Collins English Dictionary). Generally speaking, finding a Waypoint is an ongoing process in life. Once we find one, we immediately are searching for another. 

“In determining a name for our company, I couldn’t imagine a more suitable description for the vision I held—to provide a compassionate service, which would guide people through the storms life too often brings our way,” Melissa said.

Life-changing personal experiences, such as learning a young nephew may not survive a battle with a rare disease, and watching her husband struggle as his strong, independent father went through the stages of end of life, left Melissa seeking a Waypoint. 

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