After working for one of the nation’s Top Ten Homebuilders for nearly 15 years, Cindy Griebeler decided to change the direction her career was headed, moving away from the same old challenges day-in and day-out into new territory where she felt she could better serve the community.
Cindy absolutely loves talking about and working with homes – building them, furnishing them, adding onto them, living in them, watching the dogs play in the backyard… anything about home. The stories that break her heart are the ones about someone having to move out of the home they love and into a nursing home just because they’re having trouble getting around or taking care of themselves. That’s why Cindy decided to put her firsthand experience in home building to use helping people with disabilities and special needs stay in the home they love where their memories are alive and well. Cindy would say that that’s the best medicine for a happy soul. Ask anyone who knows her and they’ll tell you Cindy’s got a great sense of humor, she cares about people, and she hasn’t met many problems she couldn’t solve.
Stay at Home Mods is now proud to offer vehicle conversions
Vehicle conversion are provided by Jennifer Ross. Jennifer has been serving older adults and individuals with disabilities for over 8 years. Beginning her career in healthcare in 2010, she served older adults in Home Health and Hospice. She transitioned into the disability arena by combining 10 years in the automotive sector with her health care experience and now provides vehicle solutions for those with physical limitations to both consumers and commercial transportation companies. Jennifer was a certified trainer for the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA), a Trustee for Services for Independent Living (SIL), a member of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) Mobility Coalition, and a volunteer at both the Louis Stokes VA Medical Center and 3 Trackers of Ohio adaptive sports program.