At Seniors Helping Seniors® Lakewood, Littleton, Columbine & Beyond, we have a passion for meeting the needs of seniors in a way that provides both dignity and a sense of camaraderie. Our owner(s) Jeffrey Roolf, Stacy Newman-Roolf firmly believe we can do that through serving seniors in our community, which includes: Lakewood, Littleton, Arvada, and surrounding communities.
Jeffrey Roolf, and his wife, Stacy Newman-Roolf, were inspired to join Seniors Helping Seniors after experiencing unreliable home care, first-hand. Both Jeffrey’s mother and Stacy’s grandmother endured traumatic experiences with their care providers. These personal experiences revealed an unfulfilled need for quality senior in-home care – particularly for seniors for whom it’s difficult to voice needs and concerns.
Opening a Seniors Helping Seniors to provide home care services for the seniors in Lakewood, Littleton, Columbine, Ken Caryl, and throughout Jefferson County, was a natural step for Jeffrey and Stacy. Both have donated considerable time and effort to charities and non-profits for many years, and both welcome a new opportunity to touch lives in their Colorado community.
Jeffrey led a distinguished career that began in the airline industry, and then transitioned into marketing theme parks. Rising through the ranks, Jeffrey earned the title of Sales Director for Six Flags Theme Parks before accepting a role as the National Director of Marketing for the NASCAR SpeedPark Division.
Stacy has led an equally successful career as a paralegal for prestigious law firms, legal technology firms, and legal recruiting firms. Stacy is a member of the National Association of Legal Assistants, the Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association, and the American Bar Association.
Despite their demanding careers, Jeffrey and Stacy have long been active participants in their community. They raised their children in Lakewood, and both have been involved with Habitat for Humanity, Community Health Charities of Colorado, El Sistema Colorado, and The Denver School of the Arts. Stacy also served as a board member for The American Liver Foundation where she lobbied Congress to increase awareness of pediatric liver disease.
Our Seniors Helping Seniors® Core Values
We match seniors who need a hand with mature, active women and men who have a passion for helping others. Seniors Helping Seniors® was founded in 1998 with two simple ideas:
- Seniors can help each other age more happily and gracefully.
- Seniors who give, and those who receive, benefit equally.
- An experienced, reliable resource for seniors who want to stay in their own homes.
- In-home care, companionship, and services from seniors who enjoy helping others.
- Reasonable hourly rates for seniors who want care and companionship.
- Reasonable hourly wages to seniors who want to provide these services.
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About Our Founders
Seniors Helping Seniors® in-home care service was co-founded by Kiran and Philip Yocom in order to realize Kiran’s personal mission of providing care for those who can’t care for themselves. Before coming to the United States from India, Kiran worked with Mother Teresa for 14 years.
How We've Grown
From our roots in Pennsylvania, and our first match in 1998, Seniors Helping Seniors® in-home services has grown to include hundreds of locations in the US and Internationally. We continue to grow and evolve, adding new services to better assist seniors and refining our caregiver training as new industry best practices come to light.
To keep pace with a rapidly growing senior population, we’re actively seeking Seniors Helping Seniors® franchise partners in open markets.