About Us


Jill Showalter and Letitia Armstrong:
We founded this company in 1998 after providing assistance to our own parents as their health declined. Being unable to find the kind of high quality, professional caregivers we needed during this time, we decided to provide an alternative for families in the Central Kentucky area who also needed assistance. Because we have “walked a mile in the shoes” of our clients, we appreciate the importance of prompt, totally reliable, professional services offered around the clock, every day of the year. We know first hand that illnesses and emergencies don’t operate on a schedule, and that families and individuals faced with the challenges of illness and aging want competent, professional caregivers. That is what At Your Service, Inc. always has provided, and we always will.

We both work with clients in addition to managing the business, and employ a carefully selected small staff of college educated, experienced professionals. We always strive to match each client with one primary caregiver and offer additional staff as needed, in order to assure continuity of care. Our goal is to serve in the same capacity as a close friend or family member would in providing just the type of assistance and companionship each client needs.

At Your Service, Inc. offers flexible scheduling ranging from around the clock care to short periods of service on an as needed basis. We can provide temporary assistance during an illness or at a time when family caregivers must be away from their loved ones. We offer an extensive list of services which can be tailored to the individual needs of each client. Contact us for information or scheduling. We are always happy to meet with you and introduce ourselves and our company without any cost or obligation.

Jill Showalter, R.N., B.S.N., is a lifelong resident of Lexington. She holds a B.S.N. from the University of Kentucky. In addition to being a mother of four, Jill has over 25 years experience in the field of nursing. She has professional experience in the fields of home health and pediatric nursing, as well as expertise in multi-generational family households and eldercare issues.

Letitia Armstrong, B.S., is a graduate of the University of Memphis and a mother of four. She is a former teacher; has served as Social Security Disability Examiner and has been a staff member of the Alzheimer’s Association Adult Day Center. Letitia has been a community educator for the National Alliance for the Mentally ill. She has extensive personal and professional experience in dealing with dementia and other eldercare issues in family and community settings.