Comfort Keepers, a provider of in-home senior care, announces that the family business is growing.

Comfort Keepers recently hired a new scheduler, who also is part owner of the business, Stephanie Welton. Welton will join her sisters, Paula Goode, who is also an owner and manages the business and Alicia Oliver, owner and current scheduler.

With the opening of a new location in the Camden-Rockport area the need for more office personnel was necessary. Comfort Keepers is family owned and is proud to bring on more family as the business grows. As a franchise they purchased a shell of a business in 2012 but have put their personal spin on the day-to-day operations and are proud to serve the communities of Damariscotta, Camden/Rockport and Brunswick/Topsham, according to a news release.

“Our top priority is to ensure our clients continue to receive the best care possible as seamlessly as possible.” said Goode.

Comfort Keepers has been doing business since 2012 in Damariscotta and Topsham and opened an office in Rockport in March 2016. Comfort Keepers currently serves many clients in these areas. Comfort Keepers has an annual food drive each year to help local food banks in the communities they serve.

With a growing demand, Comfort Keepers is always looking for caring individuals who want to make a difference in the senior community helping them live at place in home. Comfort Keepers is currently hiring and training staff at all of its locations. Interested parties can contact Dagmar Decker directly at 563-2273.