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Don't just take our word for it
While we are always happy to provide references, there's no greater joy for us than when we get notes from our clients and their families. If you'd like to leave us a note of your own, please click here to e-mail us. Here are just a few things people have to say about us:
"Celtic Companion Care was a lifesaver for us, coming to the rescue when we urgently needed care for my elderly mom coming home from surgery. Referred by a friend, I called Michael to explain our need which would be over an extended time, and he sent over the most amazing caretaker who stayed for more than two weeks, a few times overnight. Our experience was phenomenal and truly life-saving, as the caretaker knew exactly how to care for my mom and also helped me learn what to do during off hours. I would give five stars to Michael and his professionalism and follow through; highly recommended."
~ Lisa R.
"It took me almost 5 years to find Celtic Companion Care and Michael, who took such great care of my husband during his last three years of an 8-year battle with Alzheimer's. After trying so many disappointing and incompetent care givers, I finally found Michael, who was compassionate, caring, reliable, conscientious, cheery, tidy, non-intrusive and easy to have living in my house. He was my dream come true."
~ Sally E
"We employed Celtic Companion Care to care for my dad when it became too much for my mom to handle. After the first hour with Michael, our only regret was that we hadn’t met him earlier! My dad loved him and trusted him immediately. Michael has a way about him that puts everyone around him at ease. He is confident and capable and very professional. At the same time, he is warm and sensitive to the feelings of his patient’s family members. Michael was with my dad, and my family, through the last moments of my dad’s life here on earth. Max made sure we were all there, together, supporting each other.
It’s still tough for me to write about this—but I really want to share my sentiments with others so I can share the “gift” of Michael. He took care of the “hard” stuff, so that the rest of us could take care of each other and just love my dad.
Thank you, Michael!"
~ Judi E. G.