Expanding Senior Care Business Joins Northville Chamber of Commerce

Northville resident Kristin Kolasa's Kindred Spirits Senior Care business grew to 20 employees and moved to a new office in downtown Northville.

Kindred Spirits Senior Care is one of the newest members of the Northville Chamber of Commerce. 

The downtown Northville business, which is about a year and a half old, helps families with daily living in-home, non-medical needs for their seniors.

"We do anything to the keep the elderly in their own home rather than go to assisted living," owner Kristin Kolasa said.

That includes errands, meal preparation, transportation and housekeeping, she said. The business serves clients in Northville, Novi, Plymouth, Canton, Walled Lake and more.

Kindred Spirits Senior Care is now at 103 North Center St., after moving from Kolasa's home office two months ago.

"It's grown from two employees to over 20 employees in over a year," she said.

Kolasa, who has lived in Northville since she was a child, has over 10 years of experience in senior services.

"My passion has always been for serving the elderly, and my education is in that," she said.

Kolasa said she decided to join the Northville Chamber of Commerce because she wanted to be a part of the community and the other businesses. Find out more about Kindred Spirits Senior Care on its website or Facebook page.

Kristin D. March 30, 2013 at 04:24 PM
Does Kindred Spirits work with the Medicaid Waiver program?
Aysha Jamali March 31, 2013 at 03:04 AM
I'm not sure, Kristin. Let me find out for you.


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