Our Owner

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Back in 1999 I had been running Changing Seasons Home Health for 5 years.  It came to my attention that some of our patients had caregivers in their homes and there was concern about the level of care they were receiving.  After hearing a horror story about an elderly lady who had no family to help her and the caregiver was taking advantage of her. I decided to start a professional caregiver agency. I felt that caregivers needed to be carefully selected and the supervised by an agency.      

I have always enjoyed working with people.  I pursued this passion at the University of North Texas and graduated with honors with a degree in Business Management with emphasis on Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior. That led to a great career, starting with the State of Texas at the Texas Employment Commission. From there, I went to work for Kwikset as their Human Resource Supervisor during their startup. After 5 years, I went to work as Human Resource Manager for Libbey Owens Ford.  LOF was moving so I decided to start my own Home Health Agency.

It’s been an exciting and fulfilling road, that has led to where I am now. I am proud to be the premier caregiver service in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma, and I am proud to work with the dedicated people we employ. My understanding and experience in this industry is vast, and I am blessed to be doing what I love. That is helping people, especially in a difficult season of  their life. Let my team know if you have any questions about our services. We are here to help!


Jan Lehmann
Heavensent Caregivers

Changing Seasons Home Health
The Seasons at The Renaissance

Jan Lehmann is married and has three adult children and 5 wonderful grandchildren. She and her husband, Fred, worship at Grace United Methodist Church, and are deeply involved with the Walk to Emmaus. Jan also owns Heavensent Caregivers with locations in Sherman, Texas and Durant, Oklahoma. They offer companion, caregiver services to adults and seniors in their home, assisted living, or hospital. She has served over 10 years on the Advisory Board for Visiting Angels, an international caregiver franchise.