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Our Caregivers

Comforting Arms is devoted to providing the most professional, reliable and friendly caregivers in the industry. Our caregivers provide assistance with such activities as errands, transportation to doctors, medication reminders, housekeeping, laundry, grooming, dressing, bath safety monitoring, and more. All services and schedules are tailored to the needs of the client, and our caregivers are available for hourly, daily, weekly, overnight, 24-hour or live-in assignments. Our wonderful aides truly have a passion for providing care – and they are OUR employees, thoroughly interviewed, screened and background-checked (state and national), trained and oriented, bonded and insured. We have rigorous hiring practices in which all applicants go through tests and screenings focusing on skills, experience, attitudes and placement into homes. Most importantly, each and every one of our caregivers must be dependable, warm and caring people.  Many of our staff members have extensive experience caring for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients.


Our caregivers are the cream of the crop. They are totally committed, highly qualified and carefully selected individuals who are dependable and extraordinarily caring of others.  In order to ensure this, we look for warm, honest, caring people and then we help them boost their skills to become the best the industry has to offer. Our caregivers have access to our exclusive Certified Companion Aide (CCA®) and Certified Hospice Companion Aide (CHCA®) programs. The CCA® designation elevates their knowledge and status in the industry and instills in them the highest standards of caregiver professionalism. The CHCA® specialized training program was designed by a hospice nurse and educates caregivers on death and dying, how to assist patients and hospice nurses with end of life care and prepares them for the emotional consequences of caring for the terminally ill. So, in addition to their previous experience, our caregivers receive continuous training through this one-of-a-kind curriculum, guaranteeing that Comforting Arms’ caregivers remain the bar-setting home care professionals in our community.


No other in-home care company in our area offers such comprehensive training programs. Clients can trust our CCA’s and CHCA’s to perform their duties with professionalism and dedication while they help clients maintain independence and treat them and their loved ones with the dignity and respect that they deserve.






Kennesaw, GA – September 7, 2016 – Following in the footsteps of another Comforting Arms’ caregiver who won this prestigious award in 2014, Jodi Taff has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the prestigious Senior’s Choice “Caregiver of the Season” national award. The award recognizes “dedicated service to seniors” and “caregivers who perform in an exemplary manner and whose efforts help seniors live the dignified, meaningful, and socially connected lives they deserve”. The Senior’s Choice is the world’s largest membership network of senior care providers, encompassing over 22,000 professionals.

Jodi has been a dedicated caregiver and Certified Nursing Assistant for Kennesaw based Comforting Arms for more than 1.5 years. Jodi brings a unique skillset to the position of caregiver, having been a firefighter, an EMT, and a CNA and she also brings a compassionate heart.  Because of her vast experience, Jodi has been placed in some very challenging situations with complicated clients and Jodi has always provided outstanding quality care. With a calming presence Jodi is able to take charge of stressful situations and provide guidance and support not just to the client but also to their families.

Comforting Arms owners Phil and Julie Graiser are honored to have Jodi as an integral part of their caregiving team and they feel that Jodi embodies the mission of Comforting Arms which is to have their clients and families fall in love with their future. Comforting Arms is the premier non-medical in-home care agency servicing Cobb, Cherokee, Dekalb, Fulton, and Paulding counties, offering quality caregivers with no minimum hours required in order to initiate care. For more information on Comforting Arms, please call 678-819-3775 or visit


 Comforting Arms Employee Vickie Bonney Wins Prestigious National Award:
The Senior’s Choice “Caregiver of the Season”

Kennesaw, Ga – February 27, 2014 – Acworth resident Vickie Bonney, a professional caregiver and Certified Nursing Assistant with Comforting Arms, has won the prestigious “Caregiver of the Season” Award, bestowed by the world’s largest membership network of senior care providers, The Senior’s Choice. The award recognizes “dedicated service to seniors” and “caregivers who perform in an exemplary manner and whose efforts help seniors live the dignified, meaningful and socially connected lives they deserve”.

The owners and senior staff at Comforting Arms see Vickie as the picture of a perfect caregiver. She is dependable, attentive, observant, embodies strong leadership skills, and is always willing to go the extra mile to provide the highest caliber of service to her client(s). Vickie provides the kind of “client/caregiver partnership” that is considered ideal in the in-home senior care field. She also values her own continuing education and improvement, completing the Certified Companion Aid course since joining Comforting Arms and plans to complete the Certified Hospice Companion Aide course in the near future.

Phil Graiser, owner of Comforting Arms, summed it up: “Vickie is the embodiment of the ideal caregiver. As she expressed in her initial interview with us, she genuinely loves caring for others, and this love is clear in the way that she treats her client and performs her assignments. We are so proud of her!”

Steve Everhart, President and CEO of The Senior’s Choice, expressed his admiration of Comforting Arms founders, Phil and Julie Graiser. “It is your leadership that inspires your caregivers to be the exceptional people they are, “said Everhart.


Does your loved one deserve this level of superior care? Of course they do. Bring us in for a no-obligation assessment today.