Assisting Hands Home Care® Franchise News
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Assisting Hands Home Care of Potomac franchise owner, Steve Lorberbaum, was recognized as the 2018 Franchisee of the Year during the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) annual Franchise Action Network meeting.
Assisting Hands Home Care announced a philanthropic initiative focused on alleviating hunger for seniors, including the company’s goal of one million meals in an hour.
Assisting Hands Home Care® announced it has signed franchise agreements to open new offices in Matteson, Illinois as well as its first locations in Michigan and Massachusetts.
The national office of Assisting Hands Home Care announced today that it has expanded into three new states and is preparing to sell franchises internationally, thanks to the efforts of franchise owners.
Assisting Hands Home Care announced new franchise owner Robin Elario has taken ownership of Assisting Hands of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.
Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights officially launched their home care business with a ribbon tying ceremony at their office in Arlington Heights, IL.
Assisting Hands Home Care today announced that Richard Ueberfluss has been named chief operating officer. His wife, Jennifer Ueberfluss will expand her role to president of Assisting Hands Chicago.
Assisting Hands Home Care announced that it is continuing to promote and preserve the interests of franchising by protecting their client families’ access to affordable home care in a time of turbulent political regulations.
Assisting Hands Home Care franchisee Greg Kling of Cincinnati, Ohio was honored by the International Franchise Association with its annual Franchisee of the Year Award.
Assisting Hands Home Care, an in-home franchise company, is sponsoring a free, Nampa concert where Marie Osmond will perform with the Nashville Tribute Band at the Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater Tuesday, July 21 at 8:00 p.m.
Assisting Hands Home Care, an in-home franchise company, drew more than 75 percent of its organization's members to its recent threeand-a-half day annual conference by strategically planning the event.
In April of 2014, Jefferson Chan purchased the first international Assisting Hands franchise territory and during the second quarter of 2015, he plans to open his office in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
In-home care provider Assisting Hands Home Care opened a Spring, Texas location in October. G
The owner and president of Assisting Hands Gulf Coast, Alexis Nguyen, today pledged her support of the Alzheimer's Association through the "Plant a Seed of Hope" donation program.
Assisting Hands Home Care has opened a new location in Wayne, New Jersey. Owner Gary Geresi opened this new in-home care business, located at 1211 Hamburg Turnpike, Suite #215, Wayne, NJ 07470, serving Morris and Passaic counties.
Assisting Hands Home Care today announced its plans to offer donation matching for each of its 40 franchise offices nationwide to support raising funds for finding a cure to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis,(ALS).
To meet the needs of the aging population in the Florida Gulf Coast area, an Assisting Hands Home Care office has opened in Tampa to serve all of Hillsborough County.
Assisting Hands Home Care Scottsdale today announced that the agency is celebrating its five-year anniversary serving clients in the Scottsdale and surrounding valley area.
Assisting Hands Tampa Bay opened in September 2013 by Oneida Westhoff and Russell Corvin, business partners who realized the demand for caregiving services.
Assisting Hands Home Care franchisee Gary Ferone of Stamford, Connecticut was honored last night by the International Franchise Association (IFA) with its annual Franchisee of the Year Award.
Assisting Hands Home Care today announced its Miami, Florida location has received a 2013 Employer of Choice Award from quality satisfaction firm, Home Care Pulse. Assisting Hands Miami was one of 110 agencies named.
Assisting Hands Home Care Rancho Bernardo today announced the launch of “Safe Transition to Home,” a program to ease hospital readmissions.
While many are continuing to feel the aftermath of the economy, it has not inhibited the growth of franchises. Assisting Hands Home Care is one such franchise continuing to see growth in this slowly recovering economy.
According to the National Institute on Aging, by the year 2015, 25 million U.S. residents will be between the age of 65 and 74.
Assisting Hands Home Care lives by their FOFO motto: Family of Franchise Owners. It is this motto that many franchise owners swear by. From the moment you decide to become an owner, you are instantly part of everyone’s family.
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