Contact Scott or Jena At


who we are

We take pride in helping families care for their loved ones. Our caregivers have previous experience caring for their own family members, friends, or both. We understand the level of care and compassion you are looking for. We are respectful of your privacy and property. Care logs are available for family members or friends to access after a visit from a caregiver. We are able to provide care for time slots as little as 2 hours up to 24 hours depending on your needs.

At Bridge Senior Care, we strive to provide quality and dependable care that ensures comfort, autonomy, freedom, and respect for our clients while creating a safe and supportive environment. 


When daily tasks become taxing or safety becomes a concern, we will be there to bridge the gap and make sure you or your loved one is cared for in a dignified manner while maintaining autonomy and lifestyle. 

We are able to help keep your loved ones in the comfort of their own home and can help minimize the stress of caring for your family member. Our presence assures you they are safe and cared for. A care plan will be created to cater to your specific needs while ensuring dignity and personal freedom. 


our team 

Jena Rogers

Co-Founder/ President
Jena was born and raised in Marysville, MI. She grew up as part of a family who provided care for the developmentally disabled. After graduation from Marysville High School in 2011, she ventured out to Saint Mary's College to pursue her education in Spanish while taking courses to prepare her for medical school. While she intended to do mission work in third-world countries as a doctor in order to make a difference in the lives of people, she came out of college with the passion to make a difference in the lives of the elderly population here in Marysville and the surrounding area. 

Scott Rogers

Co-Founder/ Vice-President
Scott was born and Raised right here in Marysville, MI and attended Michigan State University. He worked in the insurance industry for more than 25 years and during that time founded several businesses. As a father of Joseph, Jena and Jacqueline, he has devoted his life to teaching his children how to put others first through example. He grew up in a home where his mother housed several developmentally disabled residents who became family. His entrepreneurial spirit continues now as he partners with his daughter, Jena, to care for the elderly in the Marysville community.