Anslee Wilson / President, Wendy Sargent / Controller, Dede Gossage / Community Outreach - Tayler Ward/ Office Manager
Anslee Wilson has always been passionate about the elderly community and first found her niche in real estate selling/finding homes for them in Gainesville. When the market took a turn she began seeking out other opportunities to serve her community. She remembers how much she valued her family caregivers during the times that her family was struggling to care for her grandparents and then her mother. There were too many hours in the day and not enough hands around to help.
In 2011 A Helping Hand Home Care was born and today, A Helping Hand sends out a network of caregivers that have served upwards of 400 families. Anslee is just as passionate about the work that her team does here today as she was the day that she started.
Anslee is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Family and consumer Science with emphasis in Child and Family Development. She is a distinguished board member if the Gainesville-Hall county Community Council on Aging and holds a seat as a board member of WomenSource. She is also a co-chair on the committee for GirlPower that encourages and empowers young women across Hall County. In 2018, Anslee was presented the Entrepreneurs: Masters of Innovation award held by the Featherbone Communiversity.
A Helping Hand home Care has won the Best of Hall County in Elder Care Services for the past 5 years and Best of Home Care Pulse as an Employer (2016-2020) ,Provider of Choice (2016-2019) as well as a Leader in Excellence (2017-2019).
Our Care Givers are the very heart of our care process here at A Helping Hand Home Care. Compassion and empathy for each and every person we care for is a primary concern. Our mission is to enable our clients to live happy, healthy, and independent lives in the comfort and familiarity of their homes. We also strive to develop our caregivers through comprehensive company training and monthly recognition.