Samantha Wendel, CMC, CSA, CDP

President of Armistead Senior Care

Samantha joined the Armistead Senior Care team in 2006 working part time as a caregiver. While her full-time job was in the medical field, she realized that her passion was working directly in the community, and serving the senior population. It was during this time that she realized Senior Care was the field in which she would like to grow and Armistead Senior Care offered her that opportunity. Samantha’s commitment to Armistead and her ability to continue her education allowed her to transition through many roles. Samantha began her transition in 2010 as a Client Services Coordinator. Soon after, she began her role as Armistead’s Care Manager for Washington, Lamoille and parts of Chittenden County which then led to a promotion to Director of Care Management. She has been recognized as an Aging Life Care Professional™ having previously attained her Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) and Care Manager Certified (CMC). She became a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) in 2016. She received her BA from UVM in 2003 and is a member of the South Burlington Rotary. Samantha was promoted to Vice President in January 2017 and became President in July 2017.

Janet Gaynor, RN

Client Services Director

Janet Gaynor on computerJanet GaynorJanet has been the leading the care team at LAHSC for ten years. Janet joined Living at Home SeniorCare shortly after she enlisted our agency to care for her own father. Although a nurse for many years, there were aspects of caring for her father that were just more comfortable when performed by a professional aide. Her passion for delivering exceptional care resonates through our entire staff. Janet is responsible for client nursing assessments, quality assurance, caregiver training, and regulatory compliance.

In recognition of her passion and advocacy of our elderly patients, Janet is the recipient of Living at Home SeniorCare’s MVP award for 2008. Ms. Gaynor has been very active in community affairs, having served many years on the Souhegan School Board for the town of Amherst, NH.

Rhonda Ledoux

Home Care Nurse

Rhonda Ledoux at deskRhonda LedouxRhonda has ten years of experience working at Living at Home SeniorCare. Rhonda started as a Licensed Nurse’s Aide and was promoted to Home Care Nurse when she became an LPN in 2009.

A mother of three daughters, she is very active in coaching the local swim team. The care and compassion she devotes to our clients/patients is a great reflection of who we are as an agency.

Dawn Scrofano

Staffing Coordinator

Dawn on phone Dawn ScrofanoDawn Scrofano has been our Staffing Coordinator since 2010.  Dawn started working with LAHSC in 2009 as a caregiver. From there she received an opportunity to work in the office as our Administrative Assistant. She proved very competent and when the position of Staffing Coordinator became available, we were happy to have her accept this critical role. Dawn was the recipient of the Living at Home SeniorCare MVP award in 2011.

Previous to working at LAHSC, Dawn had been in the women’s fitness industry since 2001 in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. She successfully owned and operated a fitness center for women called Curves. Dawn is a mother of six and a grandmother of five. She and her family enjoy camping, boating and fishing on Lake Ossipee.

Marguerite Walbridge

Payroll and Billing Administrator

Marguerite Walbridge working at deskMarguerite WalbridgeMarguerite Walbridge started with Living at Home SeniorCare in 2012 as an Administrative Assistant. She was soon promoted to our Payroll and Billing Administrator.

A mother of three and a devoted wife, Marguerite enjoys music and reading. Marguerite served in the Air Force during Operation Desert Storm and holds a BSEE from the University of Portland.

  • From the outset, you took the time to evaluate my mother’s physical and emotional status, and to recommend that support which met her specific needs. As time progressed, you continually reevaluated her situation, and ensured you understood the full spectrum of challenges that she and our family were facing. Together, we successfully worked out a package for increased care and support, when that became warranted.