Mike St. Clair recently spoke at the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club’s dinner meeting at the Quality Inn in Scottsburg. Pictured from left to right are David Wilson, President Scottsburg Kiwanis Club; Mike St. Clair, owner and operator of Home Helpers, Philip Richey and Kiwanian Ross St. Clair. Home Helpers is a company which provides non-medical and medical services in the home. Examples of non-medical services include laundry, light housekeeping, meal preparation, grocery shopping and transportation to and from doctors’ appointments. Medical services include IV medications, wound care and specialty care for those with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Care is provided to seniors, people needing recuperative care or continuing care, and new moms. Care can be provided from a few hours a week up to 24/7 care.
Home Helpers also provides a selection of medical alert units, including units that can be used away from the home anywhere in the United States.
Home Helpers serves Southeastern Indiana, with offices in Scottsburg, Columbus and Batesville. The Scottsburg office will be moving soon to the building formerly occupied by the City on a Hill Church on North Gardner Street. With 200 employees, many based in Scott County, Home Helpers provides services to over 500 clients. For more information about Home Helpers, please call 812-752-6000 in Scottsburg, or 877-347-6001 toll free.
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club thanked Mike for his informative presentation, and for providing an important service to the people of Scott County and Southeastern Indiana.