Caring Senior Service Exhibiting at American Physical Therapy Association Conference and Exposition
June 26, 2013 // Franchising.com // SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Caring Senior Service, a leading national in-home care company, is exhibiting at the American Physical Therapy Association Conference and Exposition in Salt Lake City, Utah. Caring Senior Service CEO, Jeff Salter and Vice President, Ian Klaes, a certified physical therapist, will attend to discuss ways that the homecare company can assist the physical therapy industry in lengthening the time seniors are able to remain Happy, Healthy, and Home.
Leaders of the physical therapy field will come together to share emerging trends and practices, attend lectures led by experts and confer on the role of physical therapists as it pertains to various patient cases. Salter and Klaes will represent Caring Senior Service, utilizing Klaes’ understanding of both the physical therapy and in-home care industries. Their objective is to position Caring Senior Service as a liaison to collaborate on mutually beneficial solutions and challenges facing the senior community. The senior care experts understand the significance of the link between physical therapy and keeping the elderly population healthy.
“Ian and I look forward to connecting with physical therapists to develop a mutually beneficial network,” says Salter. “This is an opportune moment to take away valuable insights and leave a lasting impression of Caring Senior Service’s GreatCare® method and its interdisciplinary approach to senior care across all of our franchise locations.”
Caring Senior Service is exhibiting at the 2013 American Physical Therapy Association Conference and Exposition in Salt Lake City, Utah from June 25th to June 28th at booth #1918. For more information on 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