Aaron Laney truly has the heart and experience for the field of caregiving. He first began working with adults with disabilities in 1994 as a camp counselor in New York State, where he discovered that he had a talent for communicating with others who might not be able to care for themselves.
By 1999, he had become Residential Program Manager of a group home for disabled adults in Arlington, Virgina. Here, he built a reputation for being compassionate with his clients, as well as efficient and effective in company operations. In 2005, Washington DC "watchdog" company, DC Quality Trust appointed Aaron as a Monitoring Specialist. DC Quality Trust was established as a “watchdog” company in Washington DC, funded by the $11 million dollar fine the district had to pay for the unchecked abuse, neglect, and exploitation in its human services field. As monitoring specialist, Aaron co-created and implemented a court-mandated, consistent monitoring system to protect and advocate for the system’s most vulnerable residents. This system is still in use today.
Aaron is now using his unique gifts and profound experience in the human service field to provide San Diego County Seniors with dependable, compassionate caregivers through Aaron Home Care.
He currently serves on the board of the San Diego Regional Home Care Council, is on the steering committee of the Caregiver Coalition of San Diego, and is an active member of the Senior Advocate Network of San Diego.
We partnered with Honor Care Network because they provide the professional support we need so Aaron can focus even more of his time on what he does best! And that is customer care. Honor allows Aaron to interact with clients and their families to ensure that everyone is happy, healthy and safe!