Our non-medical senior services are designed to enrich the lives of the elderly, by promoting happy, healthy aging with respect and compassion.
With our help, our clients are able to retain a sense of independence and freedom, and are able to stay in their homes with a little extra support.
We love working with seniors. This is our passion, and we truly enjoy building real relationships with our clients. We get stuff done, and we make it fun!
Daily tasks shouldn’t be daunting. Let us bring some joy into each day.
We’re more than just a task service; we’re here to be a friend and confidant when you need us.
Your trust in us is our priority. We’re here to empower you in the every day.
We’ll be there for you when you need us. We set a schedule and stick to it.
With a heart for seniors and entrepreneurship running though my blood, Billings Senior Concierge was formed in 2021. I am proud to have created a business that has touched so many lives.
The journey to owning my own business began with extensive internet research: “A business that I could start that serves others and allows me to be out in the community.”
Concierge kept coming up and I was intrigued! Knowing that I couldn’t serve everyone, I knew in my heart that I wanted to serve seniors as I’ve always been able to share a unique bond with them.
I love that our services provide peace of mind to our client’s family and friends. Some of my personal favorites are getting my clients out of their home and taking them to their appointments and/or running them around town to help complete their errands. I also love helping seniors manage their home by organizing a cluttered closet or light housekeeping.
I don’t have any fancy degrees or connections that led me to start this business. I was just brave; and I have a huge heart for senior citizens.
Jennifer joined Sonia at BSCS in June of 2022. It was a longtime dream of hers to spend her days assisting seniors with day-to-day tasks.
“Being a concierge for seniors is so rewarding and I have my dream job!”
When Jennifer isn’t “working” you can find her laboring in her yard, playing with her coonhound Penny and cocker spaniel Willow, or serving at Emmanuel Baptist Church in the youth group.
She loves family time, which comes less often these days, with a daughter in college and a husband who is frequently on the road.