In 1987, Gary Peskin founded Rose’s Agency, one of LA’s most reputable domestic agencies, which assisted families in finding the right people to care for their homes.
What made Rose’s Agency successful was the accuracy and intuitiveness put into matching the right people to each individual client.
As Rose’s Agency and it’s clientele of baby boomers matured, Gary was able to see that senior care needed the same skill of matching as child care.
This realization led to the creation of Rose’s Agency Home Care in 2014 which exclusively places Caregivers with seniors who expect the best care- just as they did for their children and home.
Call me old fashioned, but I want to know each of my clients. I want to create a relationship with the people I work with and make them feel seen, heard, and valued.
Big companies are too large to truly connect with clients. Choosing to work with a local business ensures that everything is handled personally. Your phone calls, requests, and concerns are all handled by Rose’s Agency Home Care. Our clients truly matter to us.
After 30 years of agency experience, I can confidently say that fostering personal connections I’ve made over the years have proved to be one of the most memorable aspects of running a business. I look forward to connecting with more clients and families, and am excited to create new relationships with people.
Aurora Kabat is our phenomenal Bookkeeper. She has a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting, and a minor in Economics. She manages our financial affairs and ensures everything is in order. Aurora studied Accounting, and has experience in accounting and auditing.
Tashma Body is an experienced Caregiver that has an extensive ABA background. She has specialized in assisting those with behavioral and autistic adults and children. She attended West Virginia State University, and hails from Washington D.C. Tashma has a passion for helping others, is incredibly dedicated, and gives her all when working with clients and at Rose’s Agency Home Care.
Lourdes Manabat is our Administrative Assistant. She has been in the healthcare industry since 2014, and was previously a medical coder. She has a degree in Liberal Arts from Los Angeles Trade Tech College.
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