Fortunately, by week 2, my grandnephew was able to open his eyes. He was at the hospital for another 2 months, and later got transferred to a rehabilitation center.  I can say today, despite all the difficulties we continue to go through, we are glad to have my grandnephew at home with us instead at a group home.  He has 2 to 3 therapist sessions daily.

At home, my husband and I are raising my grandnephew and also helping to raise our grandson.  We have 3 wonderful grown children that we are very proud of. We are a dedicated family that loves to give back to the community. 

Hobbies: Family time, Reading, Dancing, Running, Walking, Traveling and Entertaining.

President and Founder Massa Bush Corneh

My responsibility is making sure Genesa Home Care is the best home care agency it can be. I set the vision and goals for the agency and, hire compassionate, smart, dedicated and honest people. The management team and I meet daily to make sure the day-to-day operations run as smoothly as possible. Ultimately, our client satisfaction is the number one priority for us at Genesa Home Care.

Genesa Home Care & Companionship Agency is one of the newest, but most established, private duty home care agencies in Ulster, Orange & Dutchess Counties, New York.


Before starting GHCCA, I spent 16 years as a computer programmer with New York State, and was a health care worker at Presbyterian Hospital. I enjoy understanding the needs of families and helping people. I am very passionate about improving homecare, and committed to making a difference in people lives.

In addition to running Genesa Home Care, I have a 3-year-old disabled grandnephew who I care for.  My grandnephew was born with Hydrocephalus, which is a condition in which the primary characteristic is excessive accumulation of fluid in the brain.  On February 28 2015, my grandnephew had a massive seizure that left him with brain damage because his shunt had failed.  While at the hospital, we were told that it was just a matter of time, but that my grandnephew was not going to come out of this.