February 04, 2016 // Franchising.com // CINCINNATI, Ohio - FirstLight HomeCare, a provider of quality, non-medical in-home care announced it has received several 2016 Best of Home Care® Awards from Home Care Pulse, the premier third-party research and quality assurance home care management firm. The awards are given yearly and are presented to companies who believe strongly in providing the best in home-care services and have contracted with Home Care Pulse to effectively measure the quality of care they are providing. Awards are granted to businesses offering excellent in-home care, based on feedback from clients and caregivers.
FirstLight HomeCare and selected locations were awarded seven Employer of Choice, 51 Provider of Choice, and one Leader of Excellence designation.
"We are honored to receive recognition for excellence in home care service from our caregivers and our clients through the Home Care Pulse Best of Home Care® Awards," said Jeff Bevis, FirstLight HomeCare Chief Executive Officer. "This is just our sixth year in operation, and we are very proud to congratulate our award winner in the Leader in Excellence® category, Vince McMahon; our 51 Best of Home Care® Provider of Choice winners; and our seven Best of Home Care® Employer of Choice award winners."
Leader in Excellence® Award winner
Best of Home Care® Provider of Choice Award Winners
Best of Home Care® Employer of Choice Award Winners
FirstLight HomeCare has provided complete non-medical in-home companion and personal care services for seniors, new mothers, those recovering from surgery and others in need of assistance since 2009.
For more information about FirstLight HomeCare visit www.firstlighthomecare.com.
FirstLight HomeCare is a top rated non-medical in-home care provider that covers 165 territories in over 30 states and provides care for over 2,500 clients. The company has created a new standard in home care by combining best practices with innovative approaches to make them an emerging market leader in a rapidly-growing industry. Companion and personal care services can be provided at private residences, assisted living and retirement communities, nursing homes, adult-family homes or group homes. Clients include seniors, new mothers, individuals recovering from surgery, adults with disabilities and anyone who might just need a little extra care or assistance. To learn more, visit www.firstlighthomecare.com.
SOURCE FirstLight HomeCare