After attending Drexel University, Julie has been working at Care Source since 2013. She focuses on serving clients who hold Medicaid as their primary insurance and authorizing a variety of client care procedures.
Having attended William Paterson University, Melissa has been a staff member since 2012. She dedicates
her time to scheduling clients for personal care services, and works to pair clients with caregivers who fit
their unique needs.
Since 2007, Samantha has applied her business management and health care administration education (gained from Wesley College and Wilmington University, respectively) to our operations. She manages daily office activity, keeping productivity and efficiency high while also handling all our financial processes.
After watching a beloved aunt endure a stroke and the ensuing lifestyle changes, Debbie was inspired to form Home Companion Care, a company committed to assisting seniors and their families. When Avast In Home Care acquired HCC, Debbie remained on to continue doing all she could to serve the community. A Certified Senior Advisor and Assistant Chairperson of the Tri County Regional Ethics Committee (TREC), Debbie has received numerous accolades for her tireless efforts, such as the TREC Distinguished Service Award and the Gloucester County Chamber Service Award. She is a member of the Kennedy University Hospital Auxiliary board, the Alzheimer’s Association, the Gloucester County Senior Corp Advisory Council, and a past board member of the Washington Township Chamber of Commerce. Beyond all this, she has facilitated a support group for Adult Children of Parents Diagnosed with Dementia and co-founded the Caregiver Advisory Board Committee.
36 years. That’s how long Sandra Batdorf has been involved in nursing care, ever since she first graduated from the Cooper Hospital School of Nursing. While obtaining her Teaching Certification and Allied Health training plus her Master of Science from Saint Joseph’s University, Sandra worked on the nursing staff at several area hospitals, involved in surgical services and emergency room procedures.
She went on to be an Operating Room Continuing Education Instructor, Director of Surgical Services, Director of Operating Room Services, and Assistant Director of Nursing, among many other roles. Since 1992, Sandra has been on-staff at the Camden County Institute of Technology, where she coordinates the Adult Division Multi-Skilled Program as well teaching Allied Health Careers. She has received the Director of Nursing Year Award in Long Term Care and been named in the “Who’s Who of American Teachers.” The last eighteen years of her nursing career have been devoted to the care of the adult community, driven by her belief that aging adults have the right to be respected, loved, and safe in their own homes while experiencing a fruitful life surrounded by their loved ones for as long as physically possible.