The 1776 Senior Care Story

As the oldest grandchild I always had a “special fondness” for my grandparents and spent tons of time with them.  Both my grandfather’s were WWII veterans and as a child I was confident that they could fix anything with a little Duck Tape and ingenuity.

In 2001 I was looking for a caregiver for my grandmother, who had Alzheimer’s and my grandfather who had Dementia.  I realized that there was a huge need for this service in a highly fragmented marketplace. With my theology background I believed it was important to “honor your parents (and grandparents)” and decided to roll up my sleeves and do something to make the last few years of a seniors lives some of their best.

Today 1776 Senior care has a great team of caregivers and care managers that support families that want to “declare their independence” and continue to live in their own home.

Sincerely,

nat truitt 1776 senior care

Nat Truitt, CEO