As the owner of Grace & Love's, I first want to express my gratitude for your interest in our services. Building this company has come from many years of learning the business and real-life experiences. I first began to learn the business through my grandmother who owned a home care company my entire life. She taught me that the path to success was to always be compassionate. The compassion for others began to grow so much, that I decided to get my EMT license and later become a Paramedic. I’ve worked in the ER, on an ambulance, and in- home care.
While finishing my Bachelor’s degree and working at the county Emergency Medical Services, I began working towards starting the foundation of Love’s. At the time the business was not named “Love’s Home Care”. The name came from my miracle daughter who doctors always told me would be impossible. I changed the name in her honor, to always remember that miracles happen every day, that we just have to keep the faith. I reflect my personal core vales of communication, trust, and respect into this company. As a business owner, I am extremely hands on. I think it is very important to stay connected to each client and employee. If there is anything I can do to make your experience at Love’s Home Care better, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I look forward to us meeting, and I can’t wait to welcome you to the family!
Everything we do at Love’s Home Care is driven by our universal mission: “Providing a better quality of life for our clients, while maintaining their independence.”
We strive to make that vision a reality with every client that we have the privilege to work with.
It is our goal to serve the Panama City area in the most caring, trustworthy, and respectful manner possible.
As this business is very personal to us, we promise to always treat your family member as our own. We promise to always have an open ear to needs and suggestions, because without you, we would not be successful.
We take so much pride in Love’s being a family owned business, that we promise to treat you as one of our own.