Capital Health Home Care is facilitating and sponsoring intergenerational learning between seniors residing in long term care settings and students at River Gate High School, a charter school in Warren, Ohio. It is one component of a larger community outreach initiative on behalf of Capital Health Care Network known as the Capital Intergenerational Learning Program.

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“One person who influences others to accomplish a common task or goal.” 

Scioto Community – Mark Patrick
Gables Care Center – Gayle Blake
Sunnyslope Care Center – Rachel Sanford
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Phallon Franklin
The Oaks of West Kettering – Greg Smith
Carriage Inn of Cadiz – Dawnell Kernya
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Cameron Stewart
Carriage Inn of Dayton – Jason Maddicks
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Dianna Westfall
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Chris Galoski
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Jennifer Shade
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Paige Purdy
Corporate – Mandy Craig

DUBLIN, Ohio – CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) has designated Capital Health Home Care in Dublin a four and half star agency for quality of care ranking the agency in the top 5% of Medicare-certified home health providers in the nation.

CMS began ranking Medicare-certified agencies using a 5-star system last summer. According to Josh Poltilove, who covers home healthcare for Decision Health, the new star ratings are easier for consumers to understand and they are working to motivate agencies to make improvements in quality of care. The most recent Home Health Compare ratings released in July indicate that agencies are making improvements in several areas including dyspnea, ambulation, and medication management.

All Medicare-certified agencies are under pressure to improve performance with the expectation of value based purchasing on the horizon but our agencies are exceeding expectations and we couldn’t be prouder, said Kara Bernsen, Chief of Network Development at Capital Health Care Network. Capital Health Care Network includes two 4.5 star agencies in Ohio, one in Dublin and another in Ashtabula. Lisa Brown, Chief Operating Officer of the Home Care & Hospice Division at Capital Health Care Network, attributes the success to strong clinical oversight and a commitment to excellence.

To learn more about Capital Health Home Care agencies, visit The agencies belong to a network of providers serving Ohio and West Virginia for the past thirty years. They specialize in senior care at home because they believe seniors have earned the right to age on their own terms.

“Awareness of the hurts of others and wanting to relieve it.” 

Scioto Community – Claudia Berger
Carriage Inn of Dayton – Allison Hall
Gables Care Center – Kathy Boyd
The Oaks of West Kettering – Margaret Hawk
Sunnyslope Care Center – Twiddle Brown
Carriage Inn of Cadiz – Georgie Freeman
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Catina Devore
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Beverly Baker
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Machelle Emery
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Betty Rattler
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Brittany Rice
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Laura Barth
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Eunice Emeaghara
Corporate – Kateena Vandervort

“The way to develop the best in a person is by appreciation and encouragement.” 

Scioto Community – Christine Mann
Gables Care Center – Pam Wood
The Oaks of West Kettering – Joe France
Sunnyslope Care Center – Sydny Richards
Carriage Inn of Dayton – Lindsay Allison
Carriage Inn of Cadiz – Anita Peterson
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Josephine Anusionwu
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Marissa Jenkins
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Laura Cox
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Lisa Mattevi
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Scott Gilreath
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Judy Macaluso
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Gladys Doku
Corporate – Don Proctor


Red Nose Day!

May 26, 2016

We are showing our support for the Red Nose Day campaign, dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty.

Employees wearing Red Nose

“To hold others in high esteem or honor.” 

Scioto Community – Tara Gillian, LPN
Carriage Inn of Dayton – Delores Knolts
Gables Care Center – Nicole Blake, LPN
The Oaks of West Kettering – Betty Gambrel
Sunnyslope Care Center – Kaleigh Brown
Carriage Inn of Cadiz – Shirley Bertram
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Scott Vankirk
Shiloh Springs Care Center – James Davidson
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Tracy Johnson, PTA
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Charlene Aldrich
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Brenda Greathouse
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Heather Whitaker
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Kendra Thomas
Corporate – Vicki Hawkins

Special thanks to everyone who joined us to help make our new name official at our open houses during the month of April. It was truly a beautiful celebration at each agency!

We are Capital Health Home Care and Capital Health Home Care Concierge. We are all about helping seniors age on their own terms.

Homecare Group-Dayton

Dayton Agency

Home Healthcare Ashtabula

Ashtabula Agency

Steubenville/West Virginia Agency

Steubenville/West Virginia Agency

Dublin Agency

Dublin & Home Care Concierge Agency

“One person who influences others to accomplish a common task or goal.” 

Sunnyslope Care Center – Hillary Campbell, LPN
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Demetrius Jefferson
Carriage Inn of Dayton – Becky Willoughby
Gables Care Center – Nicole Ornouski
The Oaks of West Kettering – James Brown, STNA
Scioto Community – Carmen Perez
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Lori Patterson
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Jacki Sciulli, DON
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Randy Buroker
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Ariana Tingler
Corporate – Mark Knepper