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With a focus on client care, compassion, expertise, and technology, Take Care helps clients and their families navigate the complexities of aging. Our comprehensive and fully personalized services provide support for your current and future healthcare needs.

Founded in 1995, Take Care continues to be nurse-focused and family owned and operated by Susanne S. Wise, RN, MBA, alongside her daughters, Courtney Wise Snyder, MSG, CMC, and Erika Wise Borland, MA.

Please call us at (941) 927-2292 or send a message. A member of our team will contact you as soon as possible to learn more about your needs and explain how Take Care can help you or your loved ones.   

Senior Friendship Center’s CRC’s 2nd Annual Tee it Up

sfc caregiverresourceTake Care Private Duty Home Health Care proudly supports the Senior Friendship Centers’ Caregiver Resource Center at the Brother William Geenen Living Room in Sarasota. In addition, Take Care annually sponsors the “Tee it Up” golf tournament to support the CRC. Join in for the 2nd Annual Tee It Up for the CRC. The golf tournament will be held on Friday, May 7 at Heritage Oaks Golf & Country Club. For more details, call Cheryl Pilch at (941) 556.3270 or click here for more information.

Take Care
 believes in giving back to our local community with various community service and sponsorship opportunities. To view a complete list of Take Care’s sponsorships and associations, click here.

The CRC is a community resource center open to all Sarasota County caregivers without charge. Educational programs, support, and informational literature are available at this “one-stop resource” for caregivers. The CRC provides easy access to online assistance and caring with the support of their caring, experience volunteers, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Senior Friendship Centers, Inc., established in 1973, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping older adults live with dignity and independence in Sarasota, Desoto, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties. Funded in part by State and Federal agencies, and support from private foundations and individuals, Senior Friendship Centers serves more than 10,000 older adults annually, according to the SFC website.