Established in 2002, En Su Casa Caregivers is here to help you remain in your comfortable surroundings by providing personal care services for our clients. We put the emphasis in care and our goal is to provide happy moments every day for those we care for. Our team serves Uvalde, Eagle Pass, and the greater San Antonio, Texas area. We are committed to provide care that centers on our core values of integrity, trust and compassion. Our caregivers and administrative staff all maintain respect for the preservation of dignity for those we care for.
Linda Smith, President and CEO. A San Antonio native, Linda is honored to give back to her home community through her business. She finds her work extremely rewarding and considers her administration of home care a privilege and a blessing from God. She has over 30 years of experience working with the aged and disabled population in South Texas. Linda holds a bachelor’s degree from Trinity University and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau serving Central, Coastal and Southwest Texas. She is passionate about promoting ethical practices in the home care industry and is an active member of the Texas Association of Home Care and Hospice, serving on several committees.
Paul Smith III, Vice President and CFO. Paul joined En Su Casa after a 31-year career in telecommunications customer service. He brings with him a rich history of listening to and understanding the issues of his customers, which has instilled his passion for people. “I believe that in this life, responsibility for family is a person’s first priority after responsibility to God. I know my clients and their families share my desire to care for loved ones. I take great satisfaction in knowing that I am helping them achieve the purpose in their hearts.” Paul Smith holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He serves on the Private Pay Committee and Community Care Committees for the Texas Association of Home Care and Hospice.
Patti McKeever, Compliance Manager Patti has revved up the energy and enthusiasm of the company since joining our ranks in August 2011. Patti doesn’t know any strangers and her attentiveness to details has produced great results for En Su Casa. She works with the area supervisors to inspire them according to our policies and goals and she is a huge contributor to the development of operating procedures.
Rosanna Rocha, Billing Supervisor Rosanna joined our team in 2009 and immediately provided much needed administrative support to us. In 2010, Rosanna advanced as the billing specialist and managed private pay service coordination. Due to her leadership and intimate knowledge of the billing process, she became supervisor in 2014. Whether it’s office projects and assignments, working with clients, or administrative support, she exemplifies the motto Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM).
Lupe Ortiz, Client Care Coordinator Lupe has been with En Su Casa since its inception in 2002. She works diligently to ensure client care is being delivered on time and as scheduled according to the service plan. Lupe says she loves working with the elderly. “Helping them in any way to keep them satisfied and happy. The name En Su Casa tells it all – a very friendly environment. This is my home away from home.”
Regina Shelby, Client Care Coordinator Regina has been with En Su Casa since 2007 working both as Supervisor and Client Care Coordinator. As Uvalde’s Client Care Coordinator, Gina ensures the provider services for the Uvalde service area are delivered on time and as needed. Her work region includes the community of Sabinal and east towards Hondo. She brings with her experience in client evaluations as well as a true heart for helping others.
Juanita Gutierrez, Client Care Coordinator Juanita joined En Su Casa in 2005. She began as a caregiver, laying a foundation of experience that enhances her ability to manage her providers. Now a Client Care Coordinator, she provides an excellent role model for all caregivers. She says, “I got into the industry because I was inspired by my father. I was his caregiver for the last two years of his life. It’s very gratifying. Even though my father is gone, thanks to En Su Casa I’m still able to continue my work with the elderly. We provide a remarkable service. It’s work I’m honored to do.”