With Amy Pike at the wheel, we know that our adult care services couldn’t be in more capable hands. After two years of managing our Buncombe center, Amy felt called to apply for the position of Director of Adult Day Services: “I’m drawn to the love and compassion that our team has for those we serve. There is a real dedication and commitment that you feel when you walk through the program and when you talk to our staff. This is more than just a job - we take pride in what we do!”

Amy transitioned into her new role just two weeks before the COVID-19 crisis forced MountainCare to close its Adult Day centers. W hile navigating these uncharted waters, s he’s grateful for continued guidance from Elizabeth Williams (Executive Director and former Director of ADS), as well as her perspective as a former Program Manager. “Under the pandemic, we have worked hard to keep all of our staff, participants, and caregivers healthy by ensuring each person’s needs are being met,” she explains. “I want everyone to know that they are not alone, we care very much about them, and one day we will be together again.”