Elizabeth Moss founded Caregivers by WholeCare 23 years ago to fulfill a growing need for compassionate home care for seniors and disabled adults in Middle Tennessee. WholeCare provides families with comprehensive continuum of care services including customized care plans to provide the right level of care at the right time. The company cares for the whole person—body, mind and spirit.
Elizabeth has been at the forefront of improving in-home caregiving to help adults age in the comfort of their own home. Her approach has been to provide exceptional caregiving for individuals to engage and enrich their lives. The best team of professionals at WholeCare expertly matches countless families with resources to meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities.
For more than 25 years, Elizabeth has been a devoted and professional caregiver in the areas of Assessment Training, Activities Therapy, Certified Nursing Technician, Licensed Practical Nurse of Geriatrics and Integrative Health Practices such as Reflexology, Aromatherapy and all modes of therapeutic care. She is dedicated to ongoing training, education and experience for the wellbeing of others. Her credentials and related praise are more than impressive; they are reassuring when you need to trust your loved one’s life in someone else’s care. WholeCare received the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 Best of Home Care – Employer of Choice Award by Home Care Pulse, an independent research firm. This award is granted to only the top-ranking home care providers based on caregiver and client satisfaction scores.
Elizabeth was named a 2019 Most Admired CEO and 2019 Women of Influence by Nashville Business Journal and WholeCare received nominations for 2020 Best in Business Award and 2020 Health Care Awards. She was the recipient of NAWBO’s Celebrating Women of Music City Emerging Business Leader award in 2015 and an ATHENA award nominee in 2013. She is an active member of NAWBO Nashville, Cable, EO and serves on a committee for the Council on Aging. Elizabeth continually seeks ways to give back to other women business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. In 2017, she participated in a women’s entrepreneurship panel sharing her expertise with 18 foreign journalists on behalf of the U.S. Department of State’s visit to Nashville. She has participated in the Women in Business Mentorship Program at Vanderbilt University for several years. Elizabeth was nominated for the NAWBO Woman Business Owner of the Year Award in 2002.