The Grace Givers’ Difference

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Kelli Grace Tipton founded Grace Givers Home Care in 2017, consequently after she struggled to find quality, in-home care givers for her grandmother. Since then, Grace Givers became the “go to” source for home care in the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee. Additionally, the local Chamber of Commerce awarded them  2018 Business of the Year.

Kelli says her favorite definition of the word Grace is :

“To Do Honor or Credit to Someone or Something by One’s Presence”.

As a result, it has become our full operational protocol of Grace Givers Home Care. First, my middle name is Grace, which came from my grandmother . The butterflies in our logo have significance to her life as well. Most importantly, Grace also stands for our company’s core values:

To be: Genuine, Respectful, Adaptable, Considerate, and Empathetic.

Our team is trained and competent in hands-on care (assistance with bathing, toileting, dressing, etc.). They also are excellent with light housekeeping, meal prep, and other household management tasks we offer. They receive pre-hire screenings that go far beyond the basic state requirements for home care providers. New hires complete G.R.A.C.E. training, which is a  combination of interactive, in-person, and hands-on learning designed by a Registered Nurse. Each team member also completes a minimum of  27  Continuing  Education Courses Per Year.

Everyone has been so knowledgeable! The have helped tremendously and help me learn different ways to care for my husband. They are all very skilled and are so friendly and helpful! They are responsive to my needs, and We have really liked all of them. Everyone comes on time. They are loving and willing to help if I need anything extra.”

   -Contributed from B.C. during Quality Assurance Survey

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I like that I called from out of town and they were able to put a package together that suited our needs. They went out of their way to make sure my mom got good personnel coming in.

Linda P.

They are good. They know what they are doing and take care of you like they are supposed to. They never back talk, but instead, ask what they can do to the help and make us feel better. They are good about trying to improve, in a job that is hard to do.

Mr. O