About Dignified Hope Care Inc.

Dignified Hope Care understands that even from a medical stand point the emotional state of mind is a huge factor in healing and comfort for each person we care for. Having a vision for superior care isn’t just thinking we are going to provide the best care, it's understanding that we all play an integral part in the process of well being.  This is what sets us apart. It is a critical decision deciding who is going to be entrusted to care for your loved one. Dignified Hope Care will bring organization, improved communication, dependability, and compassion to help reassure you that you have made the right decision. 


Our Story

Just like our patient's needs have evolved, so has the founder of Dignified Hope Care. Ranelle Franklin Baldwin, President & Founder, has been caring for seniors for over a decade. She attributes her inspiration and success to her mentors: religious advisors, political figures, the countless professionals working in the medical community, specifically the geriatric care community, and the patients themselves that she has cared for.  Her dedication to the high standards she maintains within the staff she hires, and coaches, is what truly sets her company apart from the competition. Owning a prior company in the industry, staffing an acute hospice unit, and working many years independently, gave her extensive knowledge of what needs were lacking within the industry and the community itself.  Just owning the company isn't enough.  Providing proper care for the patient, their family, and looking after their specific needs are all what Ranelle herself constantly evaluates and assesses. One would hope that a care company would employ capable individuals with the appropriate licensing and training to provide the care needed, but after seeing first hand the lack of this kind of care and concern in the industry, Ranelle felt compelled to open Dignified Hope Care Inc.

"To care for others, to truly care, gives meaning to ourselves, which in turn gives meaning to mankind."

Ranelle Baldwin
President & Founder

There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.
— Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961)