ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL (PRWEB) June 09, 2017 - On May 24, Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights held a ribbon tying ceremony to mark its official launch as an Assisting Hands franchise in Arlington Heights, IL. The ribbon tying ceremony was attended by the Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights staff, as well as friends, family, colleagues, the mayor of Arlington Heights, and members of the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce. Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights provides in-home care services and elderly care to help those with disabilities as well as senior citizens choosing to age in place.
The ribbon tying ceremony for Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights was performed by Arlington Heights mayor Tim Hayes with members of the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce. The tying of the ribbon symbolizes the “tying” of the new business to the city of Arlington Heights, IL. After the tying ceremony, Mayor Hayes delivered a speech in which he thanked Assisting Hands for choosing Arlington Heights to locate a new franchise. After the mayor’s speech, Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights owner Daniellah Salario said a few words to express her gratitude. Members from several community organizations that focus on senior care including Extended Life Home Services (EHLS), The Moorings, Senior Solutions, Care Navigators, Transitions Hospice, and students of Gerontology from Northeastern Illinois University also joined in the celebration.
Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights specializes in providing in-home care services and elderly care to assist senior citizens and people with disabilities in the Arlington Heights, IL area. The main mission of Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights is to help seniors overcome daily challenges and provide them with effective care so they can age comfortably in their own homes. Their caregivers are highly trained and carefully screened to ensure that they not only have the skills to provide effective care, but also patience and compassion to be a good companion to their clients. Their home care services include senior care, respite care, non-medical home care, dementia care, and post-operative care. Each care program is personalized to accommodate the specific needs of the client.
Contact Assisting Hands in Arlington Heights at (847) 908-1525 for more information.
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