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About Us 2017-05-02T17:57:11+00:00


Atención Family Services was founded in 2007 with the goal of assisting New Mexican families with their home healthcare needs. Albuquerque Business Owner, Jennifer Muller purchased the company in 2015 and has since grown the organization and sustained the company mission.

At Atención every client has a single caregiver with a backup assigned to them that ensure their continuity of care. Muller purchased the company after experiencing Atención’s care-giving services firsthand.

Our caregiver loved my father when she didn’t have to and this changed everything for my family.”

— Jennifer Muller.

Muller exemplifies Atención’s compassion through her individual care for every client through home visits and constant communication with caregivers.

Jennifer Muller
Jennifer P. Muller is the owner of Atencion Family Services. She has owned the business since 2015. Jennifer’s passion for caregiving came when her father became terminally ill and needed help to care for him.

The caregiver assigned to our father was truly a gift to the family. At this point, Jennifer saw the significance of homecare and began her journey as a caregiver.

When Jennifer is not making a difference in the lives of her clients, she enjoys the outdoors and her three dogs…. Jennifer is currently helping in the care of her elderly mother.
Emily Stearns
I began my career with Attention Family Services in November 2014. In January 2017, I took on an administrative role as an office assistant. I enjoy my new position in the office. I get to connect with our clients in a different way but I’m still able to apply the same compassion as I did as a caregiver. I help them through the process of establishing their PCS services. I’m here to make this process an easy transition for both the client and their caregiver.
Being a caregiver was not a career I was seeking. But when someone very close to me started having health issues out of the blue it came naturally to me. I started out as his caregiver and then began taking on other clients. I quickly learned it was a job that was rewarding in many ways other than monetary. I would leave work with my heart full; feeling good about the difference I was making in a person’s life.
Sandra Villa

When I was 19, my first opportunity for caregiving came when my supervisor at work asked me if I knew anyone that could take care of his 86 year old bedridden mother. I knew from the moment I began taking care of this wonderful lady that this was my purpose in life.

As a caregiver, I have learned compassion, patience and respect. It’s often a hard and emotionally stressful job, but I have come to appreciate my chosen journey in life and I am proud of my skills and my career.