"The Happiness of Seniors and their Families"
The Agency was named to honor their grandparents
The first senior business my husband and I had was a “Bed and Breakfast” style Assisted Living home. We employed a staff of 10 dedicated employees to help us care for as many as 14 residents in our remodeled and expanded ranch-style home. We lived and worked there for four years before selling the business to another senior-loving couple. I still serve as an adviser to the home. You can click here to learn more about Ashley Manor Assisted Living.
We created The Freeman-Rose Agency at “My Mother’s Butler.com” to help seniors have what they have told me over the years that they really want: The ability to live the lifestyle they choose, in the home that they love; in the home they have spent years creating for themselves. I believe most anyone can remain at home by employing good in-house staff and having a plan.
Having house staff is not a new idea. But having loyal house staff trained with a focus on the Mature-Lifestyle we believe, is an idea whose time has come.
We bring our unique skills to the agency to train, test and thoroughly screen candidates so that you can choose from the best candidates in the business. We handle the recruitment, coordination of background checks and pre-employment tests. We pre-screen and pre-interview to make sure you are getting candidates who meet your specific criteria. Our staff will manage all the administrative work; you simply choose the personality that fits best in your home.
You can count on us for support, tools and tips for as long as your staff is with you. We offer interviewing tips, on-boarding suggestions and will guide you to ensure you are following all the employment laws in your state. We are committed to helping you have a worry-free relationship with your Household Staff.
Life can take some crazy turns but it seems everything I have done in my career has led me to do this thing I am so passionate about. I believe in dignity and respect for our elders. I love creating nurturing environments for them. I believe in excellence in service, good manners and at the end of the day, I believe as Dorothy says: “There’s no place like home”.