The Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce awarded our very own Beth Cayce, Founder and CEO of CaraVita Home Care, the 2012 Small Business Person of the Year award. The award is given each year to the most outstanding small business executive in North Fulton County.
Since founding CaraVita Home Care in 1998, Beth has grown the business to provide in-home care services for more than 16,000 seniors in the North Fulton and Metro Atlanta area. In 2012, we moved locations, expanding the technology we offer in our SmartHouse. We are also in the process of opening The Academy at CaraVita, a training academy for both nursing assistants and caregiving families.
The Small Business Person of the Year Award was given during the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce’s annual Eggs & Enterprise Breakfast on August 28.
A tireless advocate for seniors, Beth played a critical role in the passage of the Aging in Place Bill (SB178), which permits communities to provide additional services to seniors in a setting of their choice. She serves as Legislative Chair for the Assisted Living Federation of Georgia, a board member for both Georgia Watch and Care to Learn International, Chairman of the Global Mission Team at Roswell United Methodist Church, and Management Agent for several senior living facilities.
For all that she’s done in the metro Atlanta community, Beth remains dedicated first to families. "I’m honored to be named Small Business Person of the Year by the GNFCC," said Cayce. "For CaraVita, the goal has always been to help the families of Roswell and North Metro Atlanta meet the challenges of caregiving. We’ve worked tirelessly to help seniors achieve and maintain independence wherever possible. Through all our efforts, we’ve built a sustainable model that allows loved ones to remain happy, healthy and independent for longer than ever before."
Join us in congratulating our very own Beth Cayce, North Fulton’s Small Business Person of the Year!