Traycee Home Cares hires Karen Lebuhn as community outreach coordinator

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    Karen Lebuhn Courtesy of Bill B,

 
Barbara Traycee
Updated 7/30/2020 3:44 PM

Barbara Traycee, co-founder of Traycee Home Care recently hired Karen LeBuhn to join the Traycee Home Care team as the new Community Outreach Coordinator. She is passionate about helping clients navigate through the journey of health care. Karen will participate in community event outreach, local NorthShore Chamber of Commerce meetings, plan outreach events at the Senior Centers as well as be responsible for social media marketing. She joins the Traycee Home Care team with an IT Nonprofit Healthcare background and formerly owned OneDer Woman Social Media Marketing.

Karen graduated from Roosevelt University in 2010 with a BA in Psychology. She is interested in helping clients live an independent, dignified, and meaningful life, in the safety of their homes. Karen participated in the PTA at South Middle School as the President; and she is experienced in social media marketing and event planning.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Karen volunteers at a food pantry weekly, enjoys long walks with her dog and traveling with her family.

Traycee Home Care is a leading private duty home care provider and has cared for over 18,000 families in the North Shore and Chicago area for over 45 years. During COVID-19, it is very important to choose a trustworthy Home Care Provider. Traycee Home Care has implemented to all our staff: Illinois Department of Health's recommended daily symptom/temperature checks, provides masks, hand sanitizer and additional instruction from our Registered Nurses on maintaining surface cleanliness in the home. Traycee is constantly assessing its procedures with the guidelines of the CDC to ensure that our caregivers and clients are prepared and safe.

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