Who Are We?
Meet the TAMCARE Team
Founded in 2021, TAMCARE Home Health is dedicated to help support the Waterloo Region in the comfort of their own home. Our team knows the challenges that aging can bring, as we have had first hand experience supporting elderly loved ones both from our own family and yours.
Our team is small but professional, which means you know you can count on a personalized and compassionate service. You get to truly meet and know your PSW who will be taking care of your loved one. You can feel free to call us at any time to talk about the assistance you need.
Our compassionate team will work hard to ensure the safety of your loved ones. Get home care that truly feels like home and get to know our team.
Jessica has a deeply rooted history working in healthcare and with the elderly. She began her career working as an ER nurse for multiple years. Eventually shifting into long-term care insurance and long-term care facility development, Jessica understands what is required in health promotion and care.
Passionate about healthcare, Addison seeks to deploy the highest standards of healthcare to improve patient lives. Assisting with, and coordinating care for his family members, he understands the needs of the elderly population and the time requirements associated with care in a palliative setting.
From being a live in caregiver herself to taking care of her grandparents, Jordan has developed a deep passion for helping people in all stages of their life. She is in her final year of her BScKin degree minoring in Medical Physiology. Jordan strives to ensure she can be a change in the way people are cared for and her goals are to give people the power to approach health related issues effectively and efficiently.
Audrey has worked and volunteered in the area of palliative care for the past 8 years. She also has experience teaching grief classes in her community. When asked why she feels so passionate about end of life care her reply will always be; “when a patient makes a decision to accept palliative care after a terminal diagnosis there isn’t anything that I can do personally to change the trajectory of their life. I can however come alongside them and their loved ones to try and make their journey as positive and peaceful as possible.” She believes strongly that it is possible to die well.
Kelly Sproule is a Social Worker with almost 20 years of experience working with people experiencing dementias and other life-limiting diagnoses. She has a passion for end of life care, and specifically for empowering people at the end of their life to die comfortably in their own home, if that is what they desire. She is an experienced system navigator of the health care system, and is always willing to walk alongside others as they work their way through this system and the challenges and frustrations it often poses. In her personal life, Kelly is married and a mother to two children. She loves gardening, hiking, reading, baking, cleaning, chats over coffee, and spending time with her family and friends.