Bina Colman with Compassionate Callers and Tony Siebers with Parent Projects
Compassionate Callers offers a new way to check in on your loved ones. It is a simple calling service dedicated to connecting loved ones and clients of all ages. Our mission is to provide reliable, affordable and compassion support through up to 5 calls per day, 7 days a week. We offer a wide range of services designed to enhance the well-being and quality of life for our clients.
For individuals in need of regular reminders for medication and meal schedules, encouragement for physical therapy exercises or a true pro-active fall alert. We cater to a diverse array of needs with each client getting their own assessment and care plan which ensures that each call made serves a purpose.
Beyond the practice assistance, our service is a lifeline for the elderly, combating the scourge of loneliness. We go the extra mile by offering a monthly activity kit to engage and enrich their lives to stimulate both their minds and hands. These monthly activity kits provide an invaluable benefit to our aging population.
For busy parents juggling full-time jobs and latchkey kids returning home to an empty house, Compassionate Callers step in to provide reassurance and connection. We call children upon their return home from school and continue to check in throughout the afternoon until their parents return, creating a safer and more connected environment.
Additionally, Compassionate Callers is an invaluable HR benefit for employers looking to support their full-time employees who are also full-time family caregivers. Research has consistently shown that individuals in this dual role face a productivity decline of at least 18%, a number that only escalates with mounting stress at home and work. By assuming up to 5 phone calls, 7 days a week, we help these employees regain their productivity, reducing stress and improving their overall work-life balance.
Compassionate Callers is not just a service; it’s a lifeline, a support system and a solution for a healthier, happier and more connected life for everyone we serve.
Bina Colman is the Founder of Compassionate Callers. Her dad was diagnosed with dementia in his late 50’s and passed in his early 60’s because of his condition.
With Bina’s education, work experience and being a sandwich caregiver, she knew that there was a piece of the continuous care missing for so many that were not able to place their loved ones in a community or hire full time home care (non-medical caregivers).
She is hopeful that Compassionate Callers can be an affordable resource in the elderly world to give family caregivers some peace of mind!
Parent Projects™ is a growing community of verified age-friendly businesses providing families an Ai-assisted lifeline to clarify & simplify the challenge of supporting an aging loved one.
They curate relevant information and industry-expert content into a cohesive and affordable digital marketplace supported by Augmented Intelligence (Ai). Their proprietary smart planner platform, Parent Projects™ Connect, organizes a families effort to tackle the challenges of a Parent Project by delivering the right information at the right time to the right person.
From expert advice to finding an age-friendly business, Parent Projects™ reduces common emotional barriers, conflict and uncertainty in how to care for an aging loved one. Additionally, Parent Projects has a large verified business network, and the connect their business network to the families of this growing marketplace.
Founder of Parent Projects, and Host of the Parent Projects Podcast, Tony Siebers is a contributing member of the Forbes Non-Profit Advisory Council. He’s a nationally credentialed Senior Move Manager and Senior Real Estate Specialist as well as a licensed Realtor in Arizona. Tony is a former law enforcement and military officer with decades of crisis management and team-building expertise.
Tony ventured into positions within Fortune 500 companies where he served as a Corporate Strategy Director. He has also served privately held/family companies as the Director of Real Estate and Development.
Tony and his wife Amey reside in Arizona where they raise five children. Tony continues to serve non-profit and government sectors in Mesa, including the AZ Small Business Development Council, Rotary International, and Catholic Charities of Arizona.
Tony holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Oregon, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Marylhurst University.