Committed to dignity, independence and quality of life for our senior homecare clients

At Way to Stay, we understand that providing the best possible senior homecare is just the beginning. As compassionate people who have been called to serve those most in need, we also understand the impact that seeing a familiar face and a kind smile can make in a person’s day.

We appreciate the importance of the duty we have been entrusted with, and understand that peace of mind comes from knowing that your loved one is in good hands.

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The Way to Stay Difference

No Minimums

We cater to our client’s needs, whether that’s one hour or around the clock care. Our focus is quality, not quantity.

State Licensed

Being licensed in Nebraska means we choose to hold ourselves to a higher standard of care and accountability.

RN On Call 24/7

Emergencies aren’t limited to business hours, and neither are we. Our trained staff is ready to serve, day or night.
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The Story of Way to Stay

Like many, our caregiving story begins at home. Our owner and founder Katie Block grew up among family members with chronic illness for most of her life, including heart issues, stroke, and dementia. She observed first-hand the challenges faced by her entire family, and the gaps in care and support they struggled to overcome.

These experiences inspired Katie to pursue a career in senior care, working in nursing homes and homecare, as well as the long-term care insurance industry that played such an important role in the lives of the people she served. Through years of first-hand experience with clients, their families, and the healthcare industry, it became clear that many gaps still existed in the level of care and support available.

Way to Stay was founded out of a spirit of compassion and a desire to care for others, to fill these gaps and provide a level of care that we’d want available for our own families. We desire to help seniors retain their dignity, maintain their independence as much as possible, and enjoy their quality of life in the comfort of their own home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Will the caregivers come to work sick?
A: Absolutely not. Caregivers who show signs of illness receive a rapid test for COVID and are sent home until we can confirm a negative test result.
Q: Can you help with insulin?
A: Yes, our RN will write the plan of care based on the doctor’s orders and comp out our CNA/CMA’s to administer the insulin based on our clients requirements.
Q: Can you drive my parent to appointments or errands?
A: Yes! As long as the client can get in and out of the vehicle safely. The caregiver can drive the client’s car at no extra charge, and if the caregiver drives their vehicle, there is a nominal mileage charge to reimburse the caregiver.