Clay Foutch has been in the In-Home Care business in the Portland Metropolitan area since founding the company in 2007. As President of Home Matters Caregiving, his greatest skill is in assembling a qualified team to carry out his company’s mission. A mission to provide exceptional care to the aging population at an affordable cost, and to do so with the most medically competent team in the market. Clay feels strongly that the best way to serve his clients is by providing In-Home Care with the utmost respect and competence allowing his clients to remain in their home safely and independently for as long as possible. Outside of Home Matters, Clay serves seniors through work as a board member for the Alzheimer’s Association SW Washington Chapter and also as a board member with Stepping Up For Seniors, an organization that serves seniors that fall below the poverty line. Clay also volunteers as a committee member for Beaverton’s Committee on Aging whose purpose is to discover and examine the issues and concerns of the aging population in the City of Beaverton and offer representation, information, and education regarding these issues.
Heidi has been working with older adults since 1999, when she started her career as a CNA. It was during her time as a CNA that Heidi realized her passion for working with people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementia. During her career Heidi has held many leadership positions, most recently as the program director for the Alzheimer’s Association Oregon & SW Washington Chapter. Heidi uses the skills that she has gained over the course of her career to guide our team in providing high quality care in the home. She is a graduate of George Fox University and a lifelong Oregonian.
Christina Foutch earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from San Jose State University. Her clinical specialty is in the area of geriatric care. Her focus in Alzheimer’s Dementia, Stroke and physical disabilities allows her clients and caregivers an unmatched resource. She is skilled in the areas of transfer and mobility training, behavior modification techniques, and adaptive equipment allowing increased independence, mobility and safety in the home for her clients. Her occupational therapy interventions include home safety evaluations, initial assessments, Advanced Caregiver training and fall prevention education.
Christina is certified by the Alzheimer’s Association to teach their courses throughout Portland. She also runs an Alzheimer’s art program, Memories in the Making, every Friday which is the best part of her week!
Shayna started her career in health care as a caregiver in 2008. She went on to achieve her CNA license in 2010. Graduated from Mount Hood Community College with her Associates in Nursing in 2014 and from OHSU with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing in 2020. Her nursing experience includes two years of one-on-one private nursing for a client with complex medical needs and one year of working in a busy outpatient dialysis clinic. Though Shayna is new to the role of Nurse for a homecare agency, her many years of caregiving experience give her a good understanding of how to support clients and their families. Shayna was inspired to enter the health care field by the support her family received from caregivers and hospice nurses while her Mother passed away from cancer in 2006. She enjoys cooking, hosting, exercising and time in nature with her three year old, daughter and her Fiancée.
Katie has been working in senior health care since 2010. She has always had a passion for caring for others. Katie graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health Education and Health Sciences in 2006. She later went on to become a Licensed Practical Nurse in 2018. She has served many roles in the long-term care industry, starting as a care giver in an assisted living facility and working her way through med tech, RCC, and then LPN. Katie has a strong background in hospice care and ensuring our clients get the absolute best care possible during the end-of-life process. Katie enjoys training and mentoring others in this field that have a kind heart and want to serve our senior population. “I never forget where I came from as a caregiver, and I will always be a caregiver FIRST.”
Regina Hale is HMC’s Recruiting and Retention Manager. She enjoys helping and being a first responder to our caregiving team and clients. Regina enjoys listening to our clients, especially their love stories that took decades to build. Regina has a passion for memory care and cognitive health. She has experience in behavioral health working in education as a Behavioral Therapist helping children and adults on the spectrum of Autism and cognitive developmental disabilities. Regina enjoys sports and developing her competitive side as Home Matter’s Recruiter.
Sydni has been in the caregiving and senior industry for over7 years. Before formally entering the workforce, Sydni was a natural born caregiver caring for family and family friends. Sydni has worked in both community settings as well as in-home care. After several years working as a caregiver, med tech and RCC, Sydni achieved her goal and received her administrator’s license. Sydni’s long-term goal is to become a nurse and continue her passion caring and educating those with Alzheimer’s Dementia.
Karmen has always had the heart and compassion for caregiving. She began caregiving with her Grandmother, who was a diabetic dialyses patient. Karmen continued to continued her passion helping others by becoming a Direct Support Professional in 2017. Our team benefits from her knowledge and experience with our staff and clients in the home. Karmen’s passion for her job was realized by our team which let to becoming our rockstar Scheduling Manager. Karmen will continue her education and achieve her long-term goal of becoming a nurse. We are so happy she is a part of our team and be the voice of Home Matters Caregiving when you call our office.
Alyssa has been in the business of helping the senior community for over 10 years. From caregiving to office administrative employment, she always has our clients’ best interest at heart. As the Weekend Manager for Home Matters Caregiving, Alyssa’s primary focus is to support our clients, their family members and our caregiving team in a 24/7 business.
Since 2016 Jessica has been a part of our team and has worn many hats for our organization. From recruiting caregiving team members to managing the schedule she’s a resource for our clients and caregivers. If you call after hours she’s often the voice behind the phone that you’ll hear.
Sabrina Clark began with Home Matters Caregiving in 2019 and has since discovered her passion for serving the Senior Community. Sabrina has extensive experience in time management, scheduling and event planning. Sabrina is dedicated to ensuring that our clients and caregiving team are valued and appreciated with every connection. Sabrina has brought a positive attitude and nurturing spirit to our team and continues to shine as our Scheduling Manager with Home Matters Caregiving.
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