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Assisting Hands Northwest Houston

In Home Caregivers and Elderly Companionship

Glenn Brass

Glenn Brass, President and Administrator of Assisting Hands North Houston

Glenn Brass

Glenn Brass is the president and administrator of Assisting Hands North Houston. Brass, a longtime resident of the North Houston area, serves residents in Harris and Montgomery counties. His in-home care office offers non-medical companionship and personalized care services to those with physical and developmental disabilities, adults recovering from surgery or hospitalization and seniors who need assistance with their daily activities, allowing them to remain living in their own homes with dignity and independence.

“Currently my 83-year-old mother receives home care service, and it has been an outstanding help to her,” said Brass. “Seeing how happy she is with her caregiver and with being able to live in her own home, it was then I knew this was the type of business I wanted to be in.”

Brass draws from experience gained in his previous career within the United States Air Force. While a part of the military, Brass spent many years working in several areas of the health care arena, performing duties in the operating room, in health care administration, serving as a medical regional manager and medical spine representative. Glenn has a B.S. degree in Healthcare Administration and loves spending time with his family, Chanel and Destiny.

Wil Turner

Wil Turner, Office Director of Operations, Assisting Hands North Houston

Wil Turner

In home senior care in the Tomball, The Woodlands & Spring, TX area.

Brass’ team is also made up of professionals experienced in hands-on client service. Wil Turner, the office’s director of operations, has more than five years experience in social work, which enables him to skillfully manage caregivers and ensure clients’ needs are met. The wellbeing of those clients is of upmost importance to Brass and his staff. He takes his mission statement for the Assisting Hands North Houston from Scripture.

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