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Aging Media Network Recognizes Help at Home Caregiver as a Prestigious Frontline Award Winner

Award showcases exemplary caregiver character and performance

[CHICAGO, Ill. – April 11, 2024] Help at Home, the leading national provider of innovative, high-quality, relationship-based in-home personal care services, today announced the Help at Home caregiver Delisa Lockett has been named as a member of the Frontline Honors Class of 2023 in the “Home Care” category by Aging Media Network. The Frontline Honors Award showcases individuals who have put patients, residents and their team members ahead of themselves to help their organizations flourish.

Delisa has been with Help at Home in Gulfport, Mississippi for 11 years. “My grandmother had dementia and I used to enjoy helping her because when I did, she was much better,” said Caregiver Delisa Lockett. “She would laugh and talk and eat with me and she wouldn’t for anybody else. It makes me feel really good to help people, see a smile, see how happy they are and giving them a better quality of life. My favorite part of the job is doing something small that makes them happy — maybe it’s not something important to me, but it may be important to them.”

Frontline Honorees are nominated by their peers. The candidate must be a dedicated, high-performing frontline worker who delivers exceptional experiences and outcomes; a passionate worker who knows how to put their vision into action for the good of older adults and aging industry professionals; and an advocate for older adults, their industry, and their peers.

“We couldn’t be prouder of our 55K+ caregivers for the compassionate and caring work they do every day and we are especially proud of Delisa as a Frontline Honors winner,” said Help at Home’s Enterprise Excellence Leader Heather Robertson. “Help at Home’s unique culture of “caring for the caregiver” and focus on continuous improvements in caregiver supports help to empower caregivers, like Delisa, to do the best job they can to help aging-in-place clients remain in their homes, as healthy and independent as possible.”

“In the face of constant change and evolution, frontline care workers have kept the post-acute and senior care industries in motion, providing a stable foundation for recovery,” said George Yedinak, Executive Vice President of Healthcare, WTWH Media. “We are excited to announce the Frontline Honors Class of 2023, which showcases individuals who have put patients, residents and their team members ahead of themselves to help their organizations flourish.”

About Help at Home

Help at Home is the leading national provider of high-quality, relationship-based home care services offering innovative programs designed to help seniors and underserved complex chronic populations remain healthy in their homes. As of December 31, 2023, Help at Home operated more than 180 branch locations across 11 states and provided in-home personal care and integrated care management services to approximately 70,000 clients with the help of more than 55,000 highly trained and compassionate caregivers. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Help at Home has nearly 50 years of operating experience in the home care industry. For more information about Help at Home, visit

About the Frontline Honors Awards

Aging Media presents the Frontline Honors, a new honors program showcasing the exemplary character and performance of frontline workers across the care continuum. The honors program is seeking innovators, service champions, and those leading the experience for residents, patients and their families, as well as their employers. This is an opportunity to identify the people reshaping the frontline experience and making key contributions — not just as individuals or businesses — but as beacons for the entire industry.