YOU DESERVE THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE
We are dedicated to providing you with the most experienced and professional caregivers available. Each one of of our professionals undergo extensive screening and complete ongoing training in order to provide the highest quality, most up-to-date and safest in-home care and geriatric care management available:
- We safeguard your care with criminal background checks for each one of our professional caregivers. We file the fingerprints for each caregiver with the Department of Justice.
- We get straight to the heart of your care by focusing on your expectations, prioritizing your needs and honoring your preferences.
- We continually improve our caregiver skills with monthly education and enhanced training.
- We speak your language. Our multi-lingual and multi-cultural caregivers are versed in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish or Tagalog, and more.
- We work first and always to promote your rights, choices and dignity so that you may continue to flourish and lead a meaningful life in the most comfortable, familiar environment possible.
- As a long term member of the End of Life Network, dignity and respect are the root of our compassionate end of life care.
You’ll experience a true sense of belonging and community with compassionate, reliable and qualified care designed to sustain and enhance the quality of your life in your own home.
Your voice comes first. We’ll work closely with you to select the most compatible caregiver, whether your needs will best be fulfilled by short-term, long-term or end of life care.
Our commitment to you includes:
- Providing immediate access to exceptional in-home care or geriatric care management
- Holding to the highest clinical standards and business ethics
- Supporting client rights and choices
- Providing respect and dignity for all clients
Meet Your Care Team
Qui (Cho) Quanhong
In 2001 she was hired to create the San Francisco branch of Northwest Bec-corp (now BRP Health Management Systems, Inc) that manages home care throughout Idaho and health care facilities in Idaho, Oregon and California.
Cho named the home care company Compassionate Community Care. In the last eleven years, hundreds of clients have been served by CCC’s premium in-home care. The goal of the CCC team of staff and caregivers is to enable clients to flourish in their own homes, naturally.
School: AA on Medical Assisting
Ultimate goal: Become a Nurse.
Always been interested in a Health Care career, my best example is my mom (retired nurse), through her I learned the true meaning of compassionate and empathy.
– F&B supervisor, Crowne Plaza SFO, got a lot of managing and customer service experience from working there.(4years)
-Pain Management & Detox Clinic(San Mateo) – Enjoyed working directly with patients, seeing patients gradually getting better definitely made my challenges with them worthwhile.
I enjoy volunteering at and that’s how learned a lot of my medical skills (Senior Homes). Through the years they have become like part my family, and always try to keep in touch with them. I’m now volunteering at my local SPCA (adoption department) on weekends. It’s such a joy and blessing being able to give all the precious animals a new home and beginning (Since of the animals that en up with us have been abused).
My career has always been my passion, now that I’m working with CCC I get to motivate caregivers and give the best possible service to our clients. I enjoy what I do here and happy to be learning more from my fellow co-workers.
Ladi Hong Markham
RN, MA, CCM – Program Director & Geriatric Care Manager
Ladi Markham is a Registered Nurse and a Gerontologist. She has an excellent education and feels fortunate to use the skills to help others. Her goal is to encompass her background in business management, hospitality, nursing and gerontology to work with families and other professionals in providing an all inclusive plan of care for older adults and people with disabilities.
Long term care was Markham’s goal when she completed her BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management. She was Director of Food Services in a high end San Francisco community.
She transitioned to Marketing and then was promoted to Office Manager of a large CCRC in Oakland. While working she pursued her Masters in Gerontology and completed her training as Administrator for Skilled Nursing. Next, she completed an Accelerated Bachelor of Nursing degree. Working in Assisted Living communities as Health Services Director gave her an excellent base of knowledge in working with hundreds of older adults.
Now she focuses her energy on keeping older adults at home with her team of caregivers and her knowledge as a Geriatric Care Manager.
Native to San Francisco, Donna Barnett grew up in the Chinatown / North Beach districts. She enjoys working with CCC, particularly with the caregivers whom she finds diverse and interesting to talk to.
After her experience as a caregiver to her senior parents and young adult children, Donna is happy to be working for a company that provides in-home caregivers to anyone in need. Donna enjoys the challenge of scheduling, and she is proud that CCC’s clients, caregivers, and employees are as diverse as San Francisco.
MSW – Outreach and Care Manager
Richell Jose received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA and a master’s degree in social welfare form the University of California, Berkeley. Miss Jose specializes in community mental health and has an extensive background in mental health research.
While in Los Angeles, Miss Jose has been an executive producer of a mental health film series that documented various mental health clinics throughout southern California. Miss Jose is currently a committee member of the Asian Pacific Islander Social Work Council and is the recipient of the Diana Ming Social Work Scholarship. Miss Jose is excited and enthusiastic about bringing her social work background, her passion for social justice and empowering others to the field of gerontology.