President & Owner, Matt Redshaw
Assisting Hands of Central NJ is managed by our President, Matt Redshaw. Matt graduated from Wake Forest University and has 30 years of experience in the financial services industry where he managed large global teams whose trademark was providing quality client service. Matt has been active in his community by serving on the board of his local YMCA, as an elected elder for the First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen, and volunteering as president for the Metuchen Little League. Matt sees an opportunity to change the paradigm in the Home Care industry by implementing a culture of caring, where clients receive the same quality care that each of us would provide to a member of our own family. Matt is involved in all facets of the agency, but most importantly meeting and speaking with clients to understand their needs, and looking for opportunities to improve their care. Matt grew up in Camp Hill, PA, where he met his wife of 30 years, Brenda, during high school. Matt and Brenda have called Metuchen, NJ, their home for the past 30 years where they have raised their three sons.
Director of Nursing, Beverly Warwick, APN, C
Nursing Supervisor, Beverly Warwick, is an Advance Practice Nurse; RN, working in collaboration with the team at Assisting Hands. She brings to the agency greater than 30 years of experience from the hospital to homecare working with clients and their families providing care, respect, and support with their decisions. Together with the client and family, an individualized Plan of Care is developed by Bev, and reviewed and implemented based on needs and goals allowing clients to remain in their residence safely.
Bev currently resides in Middletown where she has lived for many years. Happily having raised three children, she now enjoys watching her two granddaughters grow and flourish. In addition to gardening, Bev enjoys helping her husband with their therapy dogs visiting nursing homes, hospitals and special needs children.
Care Coordinator, Kerri Daddio
In addition to other duties, Kerri is primarily responsible for coordinating our caregivers with our clients. She comes to Assisting Hands with a degree in Social Work and experience with helping families in crisis. Her kind and caring nature and her passion for helping others is what interested Kerri in becoming involved in home health care.
Kerri is dedicated to helping her community. Among her many volunteer activities, she is an active parent volunteer for the East Brunswick school system and a coach for the St. Bart’s Buffalo Cheerleading Organization.
Kerri is also busy raising her two children. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and their black Labrador retriever, reading and cooking.
HR Director, Brenda Redshaw
Brenda works alongside Matt, Bev, and Kerri with the day to day operations of the agency. Early in her career, she worked in Forecasting and Marketing Analysis for Colgate-Palmolive, but chose to then stay home to raise their three sons. During their upbringing, she was actively involved in volunteering for the Metuchen School District. In addition to volunteering in the classroom, Brenda was President of their Parent Teacher Organizations for eight years. She also served as treasurer of the High School Athletic Booster Club. Brenda is also actively involved in the First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen. She is an Elder in the church and has served on numerous commissions/committees and taught Sunday School for many years.
Now that their youngest son is off to college and her school volunteering has ended, Brenda has been able to become more involved with the agency. Her primary focus at Assisting Hands is recruiting qualified, caring and reliable caregivers. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, reading, and caring for their young Siberian Husky.
Community Relations Director, Suzi Manley
Suzi has always had a passion for education and helping others. She worked for many years as an elementary school teacher and, also, with autistic pre-school children. Suzi is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen where she has volunteered for many years with the children’s programs. She has also volunteered in the Metuchen schools where two of her children graduated from and one is still attending. After many years in the teaching field, Suzi decided to pursue a new career path where she would continue to help others. She manages a dual role at Assisting Hands. Part of her time is spent in the office recruiting caregivers and the remainder of her time she is out in the field building relationships with our community.
When she’s not working, she is busy raising her three children and enjoys spending time outdoors, gardening, and being with her family.
Caregiving is a calling and it is this belief that drives Assisting Hands of Central NJ to ensure that only caring, committed and compassionate caregivers become part of our Assisting Hands team. We are committed to hiring only the most qualified certified Home Health Aides and ensuring that each caregiver has the skills to meet the needs of our clients and promote independence in their homes.