About


Matthew Long

Founder and President

Matthew Long is the Founder and President of Husky Senior Care and Longhouse Adult Family Homes. During college, Matt served as a caregiver for a senior with Parkinson's disease and as a night manager for a Sunrise Senior Living community in Seattle. After graduating from the University of Washington, Matt worked in the senior housing industry for twelve years as a Marketing Director, Administrator, and Executive. In these positions, Matt was a trusted adviser to thousands of seniors who were at the crossroads of either staying home with help or moving into assisted living. He observed that seniors lacked a credible stay home alternative to counterbalance the forces that pull seniors out of their homes. Matt founded Husky Senior Care and Longhouse to provide a muscular ally for seniors who want to stay in household environments.

Matt has both a Bachelor's Degree and a Master’s Degrees from the University of Washington. As a graduate student, he taught at UW for three years. He has a passion for harnessing the energy and compassion of others to help seniors stay home. Matt has an Assisted Living Administrator's License from the Washington Health Care Association, served on the Board of Directors for the Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce in downtown Seattle, and is an active donor to the University of Washington. He is also an active member of the Homecare Association of America and the Adult Family Home Council.

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Victoria Long

Life Enrichment Director

Victoria Long was the first Care Manager for Husky Senior Care when the company was founded in 2009 and now she works at Longhouse. During college, while studying early childhood learning, Victoria served as the primary caregiver for her aged mother who was a stroke victim. After college, Victoria worked at Ryther Child Center in the field of social work. Victoria then applied her social work background to senior living communities, working as an Activity Director and Assistant Administrator for five years. During this time she gained more insight into the best ways to keep life vital and interesting for seniors. She also met Matt and they were married in 2005! She is an integral part of the vision and ongoing mission of Longhouse.

Victoria has a Bachelor’s Degree from San Francisco State University and a Certified Nursing Assistant certification from the Nursing Assistant Training Institute in Shoreline, Washington.

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Lacey Greene

Human Resources Manager

Lacey joined Husky Senior Care in July 2018 and added Longhouse duties in 2019.

Lacey leads our talent acquisition, caregiver training, and caregiver support services and is tasked with hiring the very best caregivers who can maintain our high level of customer satisfaction.

Lacey earned a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Washington in 1995. She holds the SHRM - CP certification from the Society of Human Resource Managers. Most recently, she completed a five-year stint as the HR Manager for Bellair Charters.

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Katrina Khor

Director of Nursing

Katrina joined Husky Senior Care in July 2018. Katrina leads our home health initiative and is tasked with making sure Husky Senior Care clients receive top-notch nursing services. Most recently, Katrina served as the Health and Wellness Director at Brookdale Senior Living on Queen Anne. She has many years of experience in community health and home care as a nurse for Central Boston Elder Services, among other organizations.

Katrina earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Walla Walla College and went on earn a Master of Social Work from the same college in 2000. She continued her education and earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Massachusetts in Boston.

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Lydia Whiteswetter

Staffing Manager

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Nancy Huynh

Staff Accountant

Nancy joined Husky Senior Care in April 2021, bringing over 20 years of experience and a rich and diverse accounting background. She has worked in a variety of industries, including publishing accounting, fishing, banking, healthcare, and insurance. In her personal life, she looks forward to time with family and friends and enjoys any opportunity to travel.

Nancy graduated from Central Washington University in 1999 with Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting & Business Administration.

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Caregivers

Longhouse Memory Care Households hires the best and the brightest caregivers. We treat them better and we pay them better than the competition. We know that the sacred duty of Longhouse to care for seniors lies first in the hands of our caregivers. All of our Caregivers are employees of Longhouse, not independent contractors. Many have worked in the same home for more than 10 years. This longevity means they can cater to the needs of our clients, which is the essence of good customer service. This also means they are skilled caregivers. In terms of background, our Caregivers are typically Certified Nursing Assistants or Certified Home Care Aides. Each one has the gift of being able to engage with people. We call this "light through the eyes".

All of the Longhouse Memory Care Household caregivers have Dementia certifications, complete our orientation program, and participate in our formal ongoing training program. We also perform full reference, background, and credential checks on all of our staff. We will provide you with a Caregiver Bio for each caregiver so you can get to know them.

And of course your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Each caregiver goes through a systematic, rigorous hiring and training process which includes:

  • A thorough in-person interview
  • A criminal background check
  • Social Security number verification
  • Employment eligibility verification
  • Employment references are properly checked (this is key!)
  • Completion of Dementia Certification
  • Completion of a thorough orientation process
  • Identification of qualities we desire: caring, energetic, honest, reliable and able to provide meaningful companionship
  • Licensing and bonding by Longhouse
  • Coverage by Workers Compensation
  • Completion of regular performance evaluations and continuing training
  • Mandatory ongoing training consisting of 12 Continuing Education Units per year