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118 Ohmes Road
Cottleville, MO 63376

Meet Our Team

Here at The Gables of Cottleville, our team values dignity, respect, and honesty above all. We are committed to building trusting relationships with our residents and their families.

Tim Effinger - Owner/Business Development

Tim Effinger

Owner/Business Development

Tim and his wife, Janice, have been co-owners of a ComForCare Home Care franchise since 2008, providing non-medical, in-home care to individuals and families throughout the St. Louis and St. Charles County region.

The services include a Medicaid division to ensure that no one is beyond receiving help in their home.

In addition to his role at the Gables, Tim and Kurt Smith created a partnership to offer The Gables of Cottleville to area residents. They are committed to providing individuals and families with an option to care for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

Janice Effinger - Director of Operations

Janice Effinger, MBA

Director of Operations

Janice earned her MBA from Webster University in 2004. She held various management positions at Western Union Financial Services in St. Louis, MO. She left her position as Director of Money Transfer Services after twelve years of service. She worked at other local area businesses prior to her work at Western Union.

As co-owner of ComForCare Home Care from 2008 to 2016, Janice held the position of Director of Operations. In this capacity, she oversaw the private duty and Medicaid services and supervised nursing staff, caregiver staff, and administrative staff to ensure compliance with state and corporate policies and excellent quality of care.

Janice has a passion for providing the best care possible for seniors and persons with disabilities. She was the primary caregiver for her mother, father, and sister during serious illnesses through end-of-life care. She knows the importance of aging in place and living in a home-like environment.

Barbara Bailey - Community/Family Educator

Barbara Bailey, MSW

Community/Family Educator

A graduate of George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, Barbara has been in the field of medical social work for 30 years.

She specializes in hospice and home care and is committed to educating the community on Alzheimer’s disease. Barbara leads many Alzheimer’s support groups.

Testimonials

This place is absolutely beautiful. Not only is it very well run, but they are very welcoming to family members. You can actually have something cooked homemade to eat with your loved one. Great staff and friendly, easy-going owners who always have a fun activity you can do with your loved one. Great place to get mom dad, husband, wife, etc. not only great care, but also compassionate staff with a home setting. They also specialize in memory care. If you are looking for a home for your loved one, this is the home!!!

- Joylynn M.

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After having difficulties finding a good fit for my father, he was moved to The Gables about a month ago. He is doing so well! The staff has really taken the time to get to know him, and you can tell because he's responding to them the way he does with family. He's even joking around, which is something we haven't seen in a while! But even more important, the way they respond when he's having a bad day...which, with Alzheimer's, is going to happen. They're right there for him, and know exactly what to do to calm and reassure him, while allowing him to maintain his dignity. It's a very safe and caring environment. I would recommend it to anyone who is in the difficult position of needing help for a family member.

- Molly L.

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The Gables is a very nice home. The staff and the owners are very nice people. They really seem to care about our loved ones. It is a very clean environment to live and stay. I recommend this place to any and every one.

- Tabitha J.

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My dad has been there since December. I am so very happy with everything. They really care about the people living there. I would never take my dad to live at a nursing home. This is a small extended family home.

- Carrie W.