Caring Senior Service To Exhibit At Southwest Gulf Coast Regional Home Care Conference
Leading In-Home Care Franchise Attends Texas Association For Home Care & Hospice Conference
April 02, 2013 // Franchising.com // NEW ORLEANS – Caring Senior Service, the leading national in-home care company, is exhibiting this week at the “Southwest Gulf Coast Regional Home Care Conference,” hosted by the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice (TAHC). Caring Senior Service CEO, Jeff Salter and Vice President, Ian Klaes will attend the conference to discuss the changing home care and hospice industry.
This week in New Orleans, influential home care and hospice agencies from seven states will gather to discuss “The New Sound of Home Care” highlighting challenges and changes in the healthcare arena. With more than 40 offices nationwide, Caring Senior Service is dedicated to providing non-medical care to aging seniors. Regarded as thought leaders amongst senior care professionals, Salter and Klaes are devoted advocates for the homecare industry. They travel annually to Washington D.C. to discuss relevant legislation and attend a number of national tradeshows and conferences, frequently speaking on topics such as expanding healthcare companies to include non-medical care.
“Ian and I are looking forward to the TAHC Regional Conference this year, as our industry is entering a crucial period of change,” says Salter. “We want to connect with our peers to learn best practices and pass along our own knowledge as we face the future of the homecare sector.”
Caring Senior Service is exhibiting at the 2013 Southwest Gulf Coast Regional Home Care Conference and Exhibition from April 2nd to April 4th at booth #609 at The New Orleans Marriott. For information regarding Caring Senior Service please visit www.CaringSeniorService.com.
About Caring Senior Service
Founded in 1991, San Antonio-based Caring Senior Service believes every senior should be able to remain Healthy, Happy and Home. The company’s GreatCare® method addresses the three leading areas of concern when choosing homecare – quality caregivers, care solutions and active involvement. Operating over 40 offices in 15 states – Arizona, Alabama, California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin, Caring Senior Service is dedicated to making positive changes in the lives of seniors and families by providing trusted service and support as loved ones age.
SOURCE Caring Senior Service