Connecting Round Rock: Dads Who Get It Done – Eisenberg

Meet Bryan Eisenberg

Tell us about your family.
I’ve been married to my amazingly compassionate wife Stacey for nearly 24 years. We have 3 amazing kids. Hannah who graduated UT Austin last year, and I am so proud of the start of her career. Our resilient Sammy, our 6’5, 260-pound collegiate baseball pitcher. Our ambitious, Matthew who just finished his freshman year at Round Rock High School.

What would be your ideal way to spend Father’s Day?
My needs are simple. It doesn’t matter what I do as long as I get to see my kids.

Eisenberg family - image courtesy of Bryan Eisenberg
The Eisenbergs - image courtesy of Bryan Eisenberg

Tell us about your business
We started A Place At Home last year. Stacey has been in the senior care industry since her mother brought her to work at a nursing home when she was 3 years old. She grew up in that nursing home, had her first paycheck there and has worked with seniors pretty much her whole life. This was the year to support Stacey in having her business where I can support her dream of putting a smile on the face of seniors every day and caring about our caregivers and their well-being who put so much into our clients.

What’s your favorite part about your business?
Supporting the seniors in our community, hearing their stories and knowing we are making a difference for our families.

What is one challenge with your business?
Our business is pretty typical of most home care businesses. We do a lot of work to find the best caregivers with huge hearts and to find the families that need a great caregiver. The struggle is sometimes we have more caregivers and hours to serve than we have clients and then we’ll have clients who need more hours than we have caregivers. These seem to be natural growing pains in this industry.

How does your business give back to the community?
We are here to support seniors and families to age in place, wherever their place may be. Stacey is a community educator for the Alzheimer’s Association, and you will find her monthly at the RRPL, she is on the volunteer board for Adult Protective Services, and she is often going to senior community to do activities. I like to be involved with the Round Rock Chamber and likes to mentor and coach other entrepreneurs.

How can Round Rock (and the surrounding areas) support your business?
We have worked hard at publishing a 70+ page Senior Kare Expert Resource Guide. If you know a senior or a family that is caring for a senior, please let them know about it. We want to be a resource for all the seniors and veterans in the community, if we don’t know how to help, we want to help you find that person who can. We also are happy to offer special packages for those who are being discharged from the hospital or rehab and need some help while they transition to being on their own.

Anything else you’d like to share?
People in my neighborhood recognize me from walking with our rescue dog Hero every day. I am also passionate about leaving reviews for the local businesses I visit because I know how important those reviews are to their business.

Hero Eisenberg - image courtesy of Bryan Eisenberg

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