About us

Cindy Williams


I have been a SC Residential Care Facilities Administrator and Nationally Certified Dementia Practitioner for many years and have worked with thousands of people. Simply Seniors of Charleston was created by me to help seniors and their families navigate the difficult world of senior services. After working in independent living, assisted living, and memory care communities, I dreamed and prayed about doing more for seniors and their families.

Every client and their situation is different and my goal is  to create unique and thoughtful solutions for each client. Regardless of what the current situation is for an individual or family, I know Simply Seniors will give every person the support and resources that they need.

I want to make a lasting difference in the world of dementia and senior care. I’d like to do this in two very distinct ways. The first is to help families make the best choices for the best possible care and to create a financial plan that makes sense. The second is to help all people understand how to protect their health from dementia and other long term illnesses through education, lifestyle changes, and by teaching how and  what we eat now makes a difference.

Ashley Weatherford


As Clinical Director, I meet with each individual in need of help and their family. I perform assessments and assist families in picking the right facility for their loved one. My background working for ten years in rehabilitation and skilled nursing communities along with seven additional years as a Director of Nursing in assisted living has prepared me well for my role at Simply Seniors.  

Debbie Wright


I am the Administrator of Simply Seniors, and have been working in the medical field for many years. Previously, I was Chief Operating Officer of a home care agency. I have a BS in Business/Education, but more importantly received on-the-job training while serving in the US Air Force as Medical Administrative Assistant and Certified Ophthalmic Assistant with hands-on care of patients.

Major William Wright USAF (Retired)


I earned both Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) degrees. These, combined with my work as a practicing Licensed Family Medicine Physician Assistant are well-utilized with the individuals I serve through Simply Seniors.  My current role includes the monitoring of the client’s overall wellbeing, providing transportation to medical and dental appointments, and providing fellowship. 

Samantha Williams

Nationally Certified Dementia Practitioner and Geriatric Care Manager

My mother is Cindy Williams, the founder of Simply Seniors. I have been learning from her since I was a child. I grew up going to to work with my mother, Cindy, to the senior care facilities where she was the administrator. I continue to learn from her each day by conferencing with her, by observing her and hearing first hand how she manages every situation.

Jameila Brown


The people I care for as my clients inspire me, and after 10 years working in different care communities, including assisted living and skilled nursing homes, my commitment to my profession and to my clients has never waivered.  I spend most of my day on direct client care.  I assist my clients with their various daily activities. I make sure their care needs are met while having important time for social interaction and personal connection.  

Sullivan Beckman


I am currently enrolled in the RN program at Trident Technical College. My senior year of high school I was enrolled in the Certified Nursing Assisted Program and am CPR certified. My grandfather has made a huge impact on my life and inspired me to do the job I do every day. I have grown up being very close to him. He has inspired me to do this job because I see firsthand the daily struggles he goes through as he gets older.

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"Every day do something that brings you a little closer to where you want to be."

Bill Wright

I have cared for a special lady for almost two years. When we first met she introduced herself and told me she would show me the way out of her apartment. Over time we have grown to have an amazing bond and have experienced many laughs together. My favorite thought is when she told me to kick my shoes off and relax with her on the porch. She shares with me wonderful stories about her life and consistently keeps me laughing. I have become a source of comfort for her and it brings me joy to see her face light up when I visit."

Sullivan Beckhams

"The best part of my job is making sure I am taking care of my special people and satisfying their needs."

Jameila Brown

"I have many clients that have left such a big impact on my heart. I once had a person in my care that was legally blind. She was able to still put on her makeup and do her hair on her own. She told me I needed to start wearing eye cream and lipstick or I would never get a man."

A. Weatherford

"I like knowing that my work is the reason my clients have the living environment that they want and need."

Samantha Williams

"I am most inspired by disabled elders, more specifically by disabled veterans, who have bravely served our country and are now in need of assistance."

Debbie Wright

"I go to work every day, because I know there are so many people who are struggling and that we can change the trajectory of their care, their financial situation, and give them a better quality of life.

Cindy Williams

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