Welcome, we are honored to serve you
When your mission is to help others like ours is, we feel it's most important to connect with our clients on a level that opens the door to building a relationship built on trust and transparency.
Transparency builds trust
When you approach us with your most precious cargo, you don't want just "anyone" coming to your home, or your loved one's home, to receive in-home care. That's why we invest time into getting to know our clients and their needs. We believe in transparent conversation, as transparency is the building block to creating a trusted relationship. Clients are family and we treat them that way.
Respect and dignity: Our company philosophy
Our team’s approach is rooted in respect for all individuals – clients, caregivers, partners, and our in-office staff. Care for everyone, regardless of position, status, or stage in life is based on a recognition of the dignity we all deserve. Couple this philosophy with our quest for a meaningful relationship with our clients and we think you've found something special.
Matt’s journey in-home care began with his father’s death in 2012, after a multi-year bout with cancer. During the years of illness, as his father’s condition declined, Matt’s mother took on more and more of the caregiving responsibility day by day. In the final days of his father’s life, Matt’s mother had to attend to his father 24/7.
It was only after his father’s death while sharing with others who had also lost family members, that Matt started to learn about home care, and the benefits it had brought many who had gone through or were going through similar journeys with loved ones.
Matt’s experience with his father’s illness and the positive, uplifting stories of others who took advantage of home care became the spark that led him to start SYNERGY HomeCare of Nashua in January of 2018. The company’s philosophy is based on a management style and principles Matt learned largely from his father.
Katarina Keeler (Administrator)
Katarina has been in the healthcare industry for the last 10 years. She began her journey in Healthcare back in 2008 when she began volunteering in nursing homes. From then on she knew her passion would be working primarily with the elderly. She obtained her Nursing Assistant license in 2011, and began working in nursing homes and hospitals and continued with her education, completing her degree in psychology.
After six years in nursing homes and hospitals, Katarina found home care and began providing 1:1 care as a caregiver. Katarina has been working in-home care ever since. Katarina’s experience as a caregiver and LNA has allowed her to properly train and connect with staff on a deeper level. Katarina obtained her dementia practitioner certificate in 2018 and enjoys training families, staff and community members on Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Katarina’s passion is to keep clients in their homes as long as possible.