Senior Helpers and the Institute for Professional Care Education Announce New Partnership

Portland, OR (PRWEB) September 24, 2014 - Senior Helpers and the Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed) have entered into a new partnership. This alliance will give all Senior Helpers franchisees access to IPCed's online caregiver training as well as IPCed's award-winning Medifecta series of DVD-based caregiver training to the individual Senior Helpers franchises.

IPCed is well known as the leader in high-quality training for all types of care professionals. By choosing IPCed as its training partner, Senior Helpers has joined many other companies in showing the healthcare industry and their customers that they are dedicated to providing the best possible care. "Senior Helpers' dedication to providing high-quality care has been evident since day one," said IPCed's CEO Sharon K. Brothers. "I'm excited that we partnered with a company that values training so highly."

Senior Helpers offices across the nation have been providing the best care to their customers for years. With this new partnership, Senior Helpers' positive momentum in the industry will increase allowing them to continue offering exceptional services to more individuals in need. Peter Ross, Senior Helpers' co-founder and CEO is also eager about this new partnership. "Some of our franchises have been using IPCed's online course materials for years. By partnering with IPCed, we're able to bring this fantastic training to all of our franchises."

About Senior Helpers

Senior Helpers prides itself in their professional, warm and compassionate senior care that enables clients to live independently in the comfort of their own home. Whether clients need assistance for a few hours or around the clock, Senior Helpers always provides the kind of quality and responsive care that lets clients truly enjoy living independently at home.

For more information about Senior Helpers, contact Christina Chartrand toll free at 866-353-3743.

About IPCed

The Institute for Professional Care Education (http://www.ipced.com) provides engaging, interactive, easy to use training courses for the care industry, both online and in DVD formats. IPCed specializes in initial and ongoing training for caregivers working in home care, assisted living and community-based care as well as continuing education for care professionals including nurses, social workers, administrators and nursing assistants. IPCed was founded by people who know caregiving, and who understand how crucial education and training is to running a first-class quality business. IPCed's team knows that effective, engaging training is essential – for delivering quality care and building a solid, sustaining business.

For more information about IPCed, contact Chris Chong toll free at 877-843-8374 ext. 1208.

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