Help at Home Caregivers of the Month January 2017

Bouchra Fares Jan 2017Bouchra Fares – Bradenton Office

Bouchra “Bouchie” Fares started with HAH 5/26/2016. Bouchra is HHA, she is a loving, fun, spunky caregiver. She gives 110% to each client she is with, she is professional with clients and fellow field staff. She is soothing and kind and her personality can adjust to each client she is with. She has this quality that makes each person she is with know that they are important to her and that she truly cares.




Rudy FraccioRudy Faraccio – Sarasota Office

Rudy Fraraccio is a very compassionate caring CNA. He started with HAH 9/7/2015. Amazing asset to company, Rudy goes above and beyond with his clients. Caregiving is not just a job for Rudy he truly cares about making a difference in each and every person he is with.





Eileen LigganEileen Liggan – Naples Office

Eileen Liggan is from Bonita Springs, Florida and has been with Help at Home for two years. She is always helpful for filling in when other caregivers are sick or can’t make their shift. Eileen has a great personality and her clients truly enjoy spending time with her.

Joyce Berk, RN, BSN, MSN

Administrator at Help at Home Homecare
Joyce Berk, RN, BSN, MSN has over 30 years of experience in health care administration, with 26 years dedicated to clinical and financial oversight of various home health organizations, including Medicare, hospice and private operations. After beginning her home health career with private home health care in Sarasota, Joyce served as Vice President and the Chief Operations Officer for a multi-site, multi-state, Medicare and Private home health organization in regions of the US. She then became Vice President of Clinical Operations of one of the country’s largest hospice operations located in the Tampa area. Prior to leading Help At Home’s private initiative, Joyce initiated multi-site start-up home care operations, ensuring regulatory compliance and licensure, with a strong focus on customer service. Most recently, she held the position of Chief Compliance Officer with concentration on quality improvement of a large Florida based Medicare multi-site organization.

Joyce received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ohio State University and her Master’s in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing from Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. There, she a assumed a faculty and administrative role and later received Hospice Administrator Certification. Her educational background, years of broad-based home care leadership with emphasis on continual improvement and customer service qualifies her to lead Help At Home Homecare in becoming an exceptional provider of private home care services in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, Lee and Collier Counties.

Joyce lives in Sarasota with her husband, has three grown daughters and seven grandchildren.