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Newest Business in Sidney Will Be Offering Cheyenne County Personalized In-Home Care

Sidney – Beutler's Caring Connections (B.C.C.), the newest business to open shop in Sidney, is proud announce its presence, aiming to provide the Sidney community and its surrounding areas with a wide variety of options when selecting in-home, non-medical care for themselves or their loved ones.

Owner Misty Beutler is a familiar friendly face around town. A Colorado native, she came to Sidney 20 years ago to visit for a weekend and she loved the town so much that she stayed. She met her then-future husband at Dude's Steakhouse, and they have now been married for 14 years and share two children: Trinity, a senior at Leyton High School, and their son Austin is one of two freshmen on the Varsity basketball team at Leyton. Beutler also has a daughter, 26, and two grandsons that live in Kimball. Another son, 21, who also lives in Kimball, shares his mother's passion for working in the home care industry.

Not only does Beutler have a huge passion for care-giving, she has the business experience that is a necessity to run one. She successfully led a large team in a multibillion-dollar gross profit travel center for the last seven years in several different management roles including general manager prior to opening B.C.C. Inspired by the desire to improve the quality of life for individuals and families, Misty was driving her Jeep down Highway 30 one night when came up with the idea and name of her "future" agency.

The agency was officially established in May 2023, however she decided she needed a store-front location so that she would have a place to be able to do adequate interviewing of caregivers to match to clients as they were coming in. Beutler says, "The location just kind of fell in my lap one evening when I was looking through local  ads. The space was a perfect size, the price was doable, and the location was just what we needed to be accessible to all, even the handicapped if needed." She officially opened last month, and an official ribbon-cutting ceremony is in the works.

Reflecting on the motivation behind the agency's creation, Beutler shares, "Nothing brings me more joy than 'Making Connections, One Interaction at a Time.' I noticed a significant need for a compassionate, trustworthy in-home care service, and so I set out to create Beutler's Caring Connections with a clear mission in mind. I knew exactly how I would want the agency to operate. I knew from being a CNA/BNA in the past, the importance of consistency.  I would not transition a magnitude of caregivers into a client's house just for the sake of having the clients. Our team is driven by a deep sense of empathy and is committed to delivering exceptional services that go beyond expectations at every interaction. We take pride in being able to make a positive impact on the lives of our clients and their families." 

Beutler's Caring Connections offers a comprehensive range of in-home non-medical care services, including assistance with daily activities, medication reminders, meal preparation, companionship, transportation, and more. The agency's qualified and compassionate caregivers are carefully selected, vetted, and thoroughly trained to ensure exceptional care and support for every individual they serve. 

Located next to the VA Clinic at 1116 10th Ave Suite A in Sidney, their hours vary due to often being in the homes of clients, but they may be reached at 308-524-5573. You can get more information on Beutler's Caring Connections at their website, https://www.beutlerscaringconnections.com .

 

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