Kingwood residents Windy and Floyd Webb have launched a new Seniors Helping Seniors franchise in the Lake Houston area, officials announced in an April 1 news release.

Meet the owners: According to the release, the couple has a passion for giving back to the community and helping others. Floyd Webb has a background in engineering, while Windy Webb has a background in nursing.

"I've always had a heart for seniors," Windy Webb said in a statement. "When I worked in the hospital as a nurse, I enjoyed taking care of them. I loved hearing their stories and getting to know them."

What they offer: Seniors Helping Seniors is an in-home care service that brings seniors caregivers into the homes of fellow seniors in need of a helping hand. Client services that are offered include:
  • Companionship and socialization
  • Personal care and daily living assistance
  • Memory, dementia and Alzheimer's care
  • Respite care
  • Specialized care
  • Veteran services
  • Meal preparation and shopping
  • Light housekeeping
  • Medication reminders
  • Running errands
  • Transportation to appointments, events and outings
  • Long distance check-ins
  • Safety and fall prevention
  • Light handyman services and small repairs
  • Yard work
  • Pet care
The new Kingwood franchise will serve the following communities:
  • Kingwood
  • Atascocita
  • Humble
  • Porter
  • New Caney
  • Cleveland
  • Splendora
  • Dayton
  • Liberty
Quote of note: "The thing that made me most interested in Seniors Helping Seniors was their drive to build a closer connection between the caregiver and the care receiver by having a smaller age gap, which makes it a little easier for that connection to happen," Floyd Webb said in a statement.