Erin has worked in public service for over 27 years as a member of the United States Army. He retired from the military in 2012 and is a disabled veteran. While in the military he focused on humanitarian missions, partnership, and was deployed over five times to areas around the globe. He greatly values his contribution to relief missions he supported in Indiana and areas within the United States.
Erin is over half-way to earning his Ph.D. from Walden University and he earned his Master’s Degree in Organization Human Resource Development through Abilene Christian University in 2010 and his Baccalaureate from Ball State University in 1998. Erin is a member of the Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce and the American Legion Post 241. He joined the Acti-Kare team in October 2012.
“For the last few months, Erin and his team at Acti-Kare (Fort Wayne) provided in-home care for my 91 year old father. Erin’s team provided the assistance my dad needed to live his last days at home – the only thing he wished for.
I can’t overstate how impressed my family was with every aspect of the service. Numerous times, I had to call and change the normal schedule, depending on my dad’s needs. Always, and will little notice, the right people were there for my dad. The care givers were kind and patient (my dad could be very stubborn and grumpy). Knowing they were there was a great relief to my family.
In the morning, the care giver had the coffee going and the paper ready for my dad before he was even awake. They bathed, shaved and dressed him before cooking him a hot breakfast. Before Acti-Kare, my dad would be exhausted before his day even began.
I interviewed three companies before deciding on Acti-Kare. It was time well spent. I would highly recommend Acti-Kare of Fort Wayne. They made my dad’s final time on earth a lot nicer for him.”
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