Megan Guerrero


*Featured image of Megan Guerrero, Houston Office Director

Spurred by market demand, Cambridge Caregivers opens a new office to serve families in the Bellaire/River Oaks area.

Cambridge Caregivers is pleased to announce the recent opening of a new office to meet growing demand for in-home care services in Bellaire and River Oaks in the Houston area.

“After serving families in the Dallas area for ten years, we’re excited to expand to offer the same level of exceptional, ‘white glove’ in-home caregiving services to families in the Houston area,” said Adam Lampert, CEO of Cambridge Caregivers.

The company began in Dallas in 2014 and quickly expanded. Today, Cambridge Caregivers employs more than 225 caregivers in the Dallas, Ft. Worth and Houston areas. The Bellaire/River Oaks office is the latest in a series of planned new locations in Texas and beyond.

“We’re expanding our footprint in Texas,” said Ernie Cote, Chief Operating Officer of Cambridge Caregivers. “We expect to open multiple offices across the Houston area in 2025. Our rapid growth in Dallas and Ft. Worth is driving the decision to move into the Houston market.”

The new office is located at 5555 West Loop South, Suite 650, Bellaire, TX 77401. Megan Guerrero serves as director of the new office, and Mike Shorter is marketing manager. The office may be reached at (832) 675-9255.

Family-owned and operated, Cambridge Caregivers’ niche is providing premium service with thoroughly trained and carefully vetted caregivers. While many competitors rely on contract employees, Cambridge Caregivers are all W-2 employees with a full complement of benefits, including PTO, medical insurance and a 401K for full-time employees. The company offers 42 paid training sessions throughout the year, ensuring staff are always prepared to provide the best possible service.

Cambridge Caregivers is meeting a critical need, as older Americans and their families face a growing caregiving gap. Three demographic shifts are behind that gap: The population is getting older; families are having fewer children; and families are more spread out geographically. In 2010, every person in the high-risk age range (80 and up) had, on average, seven family members or others who were potential caregivers. By 2050, there will be only three potential caregivers for every senior in need of care.

“Demographically, the numbers are there for Cambridge Caregivers to continue to grow,” said Lampert. “More importantly, the need is there. As we expand, we can continue to serve even more families.”

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