Owner and Administrator, Jesseca Camacho created Silver Lining Residential Care with the goal of providing thoughtful, thorough and professional care for seniors, those who need help in their activities of daily living and those suffering from memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, other forms of dementia or other care needs within a beautiful and supportive home environment.
With a background in Holistic Health Care and a BA in Human Development, Jesseca's passion in life has always been to be in service to the vulnerable populations, namely children and the elderly. In addition, Jesseca has studied extensively with the Residential Assisted Living Academy, is a member of the RCFE Association and is a trained caregiver herself allowing her to train and understand her staff first hand resulting in exceptional care for all residents.
Catering to our residents’ unique and individual needs is a priority. We can prepare diet-specific menus based on dietary and nutritional needs including gluten free, low sodium, diabetes-friendly and others ordered by the residents’ physicians. In addition, we delight in garnering specific details about the lives led by our residents in order to re-create nostalgic moments from their fondest memories.
Jesseca's passion for the senior community started in childhood with Aunt Madeline (pictured here), Aunt Mary and Big Ma (great grandmother) who helped raise her. As an only child, she spent most of her time with these women and learned first hand the value of ancestry and generational stories. As a child she watched both aunts care for their aging mother which was incredibly challenging but they were concerned about putting her in a large nursing home facility given the low caregiver to resident ratio.
Later in life, she watched as Aunt Mary's son searched for suitable facilities for his mom as her health and cognition declined. He had to settle on a large skilled nursing facility which was $12,000 a month!!! Yet he still drove 2 hours several times a week to visit her to make sure she was being cared for properly and often found her dirty, in disarray and hungry. Jesseca decided right then, smaller is better when it comes to senior care.