Brooke Sutton, owner of Sutton Home Care and Springfield native, is a fully licensed Registered Nurse with almost ten years’ experience in the healthcare field. Brooke provides trusted home care services to numerous patients in the Springfield market which has earned her agency the reputation of being the premier home care agency in this area.
Brooke Sutton’s journey to the home care sector began while she was working as a Registered Nurse at Lakeland Behavioral Health. While at Lakeland, she learned and developed her skill working with psychiatric patients as well as patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia. After Lakeland, Brooke worked as a Community Health Nurse for the Arc of the Ozarks providing home health care services to dual diagnosis patients living at home. Brooke has also worked in the Emergency Room setting which has given her the ability to recognize and communicate problems and potential issues before they arise.
Brooke and her husband Sean live in Springfield and have three kids (Brett who is ten, Karaline who is seven, and Henry who is two). Brooke is active in church and enjoys spending her free time at Table Rock Lake or with family and friends.
You can verify Brooke’s Nursing credentials by clicking here, Missouri Division of Professional Registration / Board of Nursing.
Jo Bonsee, Care Transition Coordinator, comes to Sutton Home Care with many years of service in client care.
Jo is originally from Kentucky and has lived in Springfield for the last nine years. She has one daughter, Rebekah, who also lives in Springfield.
Jo’s passion and purpose in life is helping others. She is an avid reader and likes to spend free time reading and hanging out with her daughter and Bentleys ‘the puppy’
Jo serves on The Longest Day Committee with the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Missouri Chapter. The Longest Day is an event that invites you to use your imagination to do something you love to honor someone you love for the purpose of raising money to help people with Alzheimer’s.
Kristine McClintock has been with the Sutton Family for over 8 years and plays an integral role in the day to day operations of Sutton Home Care. Kristine has years of experience in human resource management and in her role as Office Manager, she is responsible for everything from answering the phones, scheduling new patient intakes and recruiting quality caregivers.
Kristine and her husband Steve live in Nixa and have two kids, Riley and Dakota. Kristine is active in church and stays busy with her kids soccer and BMX racing.
Paula Thornton, Patient Advocate, has been in home health care for 17 years and has worked at Sutton In-Home Senior Care for 2 years. “The most rewarding part of my job is helping others,” says Paula.
Paula moved from Denver, Colorado and has lived in Springfield for 33 years. She enjoys spending time with her family. Paula loves to go to Kansas City to hang out with her 4 grandchildren.
Paula works directly with our patients, their families and caregivers to ensure smooth home care transitions and to facilitate changing needs throughout the aging process. Paula visits each of our patients at their home at LEAST once per month to provide ongoing supervision and direction to our caregivers. She acts as a liaison to ensure the expectations and needs of each patient and their family are being met and addresses any concerns when needed.
Maribel is a senior at Missouri State University and is completing her practicum requirements with Sutton Home Care. Maribel is a Gerontology major and is conducting research for her practicum project on fall prevention and home safety. As part of her research, Maribel visits our patients and plays games, talks with them and their families in their homes and observes their environments. Prior to starting her internship with us, Maribel worked as a caregiver for almost two years.
Sean Sutton directs community outreach, marketing, daily operations and growth management strategies for Sutton Home Care.
Boney is our energetic little company mascot. He spends his days doing absolutely nothing productive and keeping a close eye on his momma, Brooke.