Sarah has enjoyed helping seniors for many years in the western Michigan area. In coming to CarePatrol, she is able to take her passion and abilities to serve seniors and their families as they navigate the challenging process of finding the best possible senior living options. She assesses her client's needs, concerns, and preferences before recommending appropriate levels of care, including Independent Living, Assisted Senior Housing, Memory Care or In-Home Care.
Sarah has lived in Western Michigan for 35 years, though she was born in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sarah has two young children. Both are very active in sports. As a family, they frequently travel to Northern Michigan to visit her parents, where she enjoys many warm summer days on their family’s boat.
Prior to CarePatrol, Sarah worked in a hospital setting for 7 years and then transitioned into business development for various home cares. There, she developed her passion for helping others, and found working with seniors to be extremely rewarding.
Sarah would describe herself as outgoing, friendly, caring and compassionate.
Sarah enjoys reading classic novels with her children, such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Sarah finds helping others to be a gratifying experience, especially being able to play a vital role in educating and assisting families during a time of uncertainty and tough decision-making. She plays a vital role in guiding seniors and their families to the different resources in the area. It wasn’t until 2013 that Sarah learned of her love for seniors. Since that time she has developed many meaningful and lasting relationships with families she’s served and members of the community. Sarah’s passion for seniors has driven her to continue her education and training in senior advocacy. Being part of CarePatrol of Western Michigan is an exciting adventure as she can do what she loves.
By CarePatrol of Western Michigan-Grand Rapids East Chalk the Walk was to send inspirational messages and to bring joy to seniors during this difficult time of social distancing and no visitors. Sarah Schmidt and her...Read More