Hometown Halo Award

Hometown Halo Award

recognizing and celebrating the dedicated leaders who make a difference in our senior community

Alan Wikman - SYNERGY HomeCare

January 2023 Award Recipient

Alan Wikman

SYNERGY HomeCare and iCARE Adult Center


Alan Wikman and his wife Liz are the owners of SYNERGY HomeCare and iCARE Adult Center in the greater Prescott region.  SYNERGY home care of Prescott provides non-medical in-home care to older adults. iCARE Adult Day Center in beautiful downtown Prescott on Marina street (next to the social security office) offers a safe and relaxing environment where participants feel welcomed and adored while receiving exceptional care and support

Alan and Liz live in Prescott, AZ along with their children Collin and Emma. They relocated here to the gorgeous Prescott area from Marquette, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. A desire to have a positive impact on others lives is what drove them to start their agency and iCARE Adult Center.

They know that being a caregiver for a family member or friend can challenge your relationship so that rather than being a friend or family member, you become a caregiver first. Their goal is to help ease that burden so that you can focus your energy on being that friend, sibling, parent, or relative that your loved one needs.

Although many clients are in their “golden years”, the services they provide can be tailored to any age. Their Care Plans can be customized from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day, seven days a week care. 

It all starts with a call to their offices.  Congratulations to Alan and Liz and their entire family. We honor you for all that you do to help others in the greater Prescott region.  

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What is the Hometown Halo Award?

The “Hometown Halo” award recognizes and celebrates the dedicated leaders who make a difference in our senior community. 

The award is granted to one recipient every other month, selected from members of the SRN community who demonstrate outstanding leadership in the senior community

Hometown Halo Criteria

  1. Candidate must have been working in Northern Arizona for over 1 year.
  2. They work with their heart for the benefit of others.
  3. They show in their work and personal lives:  "Kindness in Action".
  4. They are out in our communities promoting taking care of others.
  5. They don't search for the limelight, but SNR wants to acknowledge their hard work. 

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