Laurie has devoted her career for the past twenty six years to the field of geriatrics. She has worked in long term, acute and community based care programs. As a Social Worker with a Masters in Business, she has seen significant changes in the delivery of care for seniors over the years. "Despite the rapid changes in the delivery of aging services in our state—Homemakers & Health Services has shown consistency in passion for consumer choice, quality of care and organizational partnerships for almost 2 decades. As a state we are on the cusp of redefining long term care and Homemakers & Health Services is a vital component to delivering services to those desiring to remain living in their own homes as they age."
Tracy has over 25 years of nonprofit leadership experience and has managed a vast array of programs. She holds a B.S. of Business Management. She is excited for the opportunity to work with older adults and ensure that adults can age in place. She is extremely grateful for the opportunity to work with such a dedicated team of care coordinators.
Brandi is excited for the opportunity to be the Care Coordinator covering the Rockingham and Strafford County areas. She graduated from Plymouth State University with a bachelors in education. Brandi has over 10 years’ experience working in the nonprofit world and has a passion for assisting those in need.
Laura Piontkowski has newly joined Homemakers & Health Services as a Care Coordinator. She is enthusiastic to increase growth in Home Health Care Services in the Merrimack County and Lakes Region. She brings with her 10 plus years of experience working with older adults and children.
Tiffany is a Care Coordinator who covers the Hillsborough County area minus Manchester and Bedford. She has a BS in psychology and has worked in the field for over 12 years. She enjoys working with the geriatric community to help promote their independence.
Diane is in her 16th year working at Easterseals in Finance/Administration. When she first came to Easterseals she was responsible for the billing for the New York region for children with special needs from UPK through high school, then moved on to Community Based Services for two years. Now she has been doing the billing for Homemakers & Health Services for the past year and enjoys assisting and servicing the elderly in the community.