Senior Care Authority® was founded in 2009 by Frank and Michele Samson of Sonoma, California. They opened a local placement agency and learned everything there was to know about finding the right care situation for an older adult needing help with activities of daily living. They came to the Senior Care space with successful business development skills in their past as well as personal family experience finding care solutions. The business took off, primarily due to their diligence, compassion, and commitment to helping families.Call Us Today
Travis Drake is the owner operator of Senior Care Authority in Northern Utah. A graduate of Weber State University in Ogden Utah he received his Masters degree from Colorado State University. Travis has spent the past 20 years in Medical and Education sales and marketing. His consultative approach has focused on helping patients, customers, and students through novel ideas, products and services.
Travis’ commitment to the community, service orientation, and background in sales and marketing make him the perfect person to lead the Senior Care Authority efforts in Northern Utah. His strong desire to help others and guide them through tough medical decisions is why he decided to enter into the elder care consulting field.
As a Certified Senior Advisor, Travis is here to help guide and coach families through critical decision-making regarding their loved ones’ care and well-being. He is passionate about his work, honest, responsible and builds strong, lasting relationships. He has many resources he will share with you and set your mind at ease knowing that your loved one will be cared for, respected and loved.
Travis’ mission is to find the most appropriate strategies for your loved one to ensure a smooth transition into the next phase of life.
Travis is a husband, father of 4, Local Utah business owner, and an avid outdoor enthusiast When not spending time with his family, Travis enjoys volunteer service opportunities through local youth organizations, church groups, and helping his senior neighbors.