Senior Helpers® Celebrates 10 Years in Greensburg, PA
Local In-home Senior Care Company to Help Raise Money for Alzheimer’s Association to Celebrate its 10 Year Anniversary
October 04, 2017 // Franchising.com // GREENSBURG, PA - Senior Helpers®, one of the nation’s premier providers of personalized in-home senior care, announced the ten-year anniversary of its Greensburg location, managed and operated by Carol and Tom Trent. The Trents, recently awarded by Senior Helpers for their years of exceptional service, have served senior citizens and their families throughout Eastern Allegheny and Central Westmoreland counties since January of 2007. Senior Helpers’ professionally trained caregivers help local seniors continue to enjoy the comfort of their own home despite age-related illnesses and mobility challenges. In celebration of the last decade serving the community, the company will hold an Open House on October 10, with the proceeds going to the Alzheimer’s Association.
“I received my Masters in Exercise Science and Geriatric Wellness and have always felt called to work with seniors in the community. We were initially drawn to Senior Helpers by the quality services it offers,” said Carol Trent. “Our team is proud to have helped hundreds of seniors in our community age from the comfort of their own home throughout the last ten years, and look forward to providing personalized in-home senior care for many years to come.”
Founded in 2001, Senior Helpers operates with a vision to be the leading home care company in each community it serves. Its caregivers are fully trained and certified to offer the highest level of companion and personal care possible, as well as specialized training in dementia care and Parkinson’s care. The company’s Senior Gems® Alzheimer’s and Dementia care program is the gold standard in the industry and was developed in conjunction with nationally recognized dementia care expert Teepa Snow and is endorsed by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. Local residents also benefit from the company’s Parkinson’s Care Program, a specialized training and certification program created in conjunction with leading experts from the National Parkinson Foundation’s Center of Excellence.
“We’re pleased to celebrate the last decade of outstanding service with Carol and Tom as dedicated Senior Helpers franchise owners,” said Chris Buitron, chief marketing officer, Senior Helpers. “They bring a passion for their community and an understanding of the importance of in-home senior care. They continue to be an example of Senior Helpers’ values as their personalized service is invaluable to seniors and families living in Greensburg and the surrounding areas.”
The Seniors Helpers Greensburg Open House will be held on October 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at its Center for Caregiver Excellence training facility, located at 4000 Hempfield Plaza Blvd, Suite 906, Greensburg, PA. Food by Pittsburgh Tortas food truck will be available for purchase from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and $1 from each meal purchased will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association. The first 30 attendees will receive their meal from the food truck for free, compliments of Carol and Tom Trent. A raffle to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association, live music, desserts and refreshments will also be provided free to the public.
For more information, please visit seniorhelpers.com/greensburg. For inquiries, please call Carol at 724-834-5720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Senior Helpers of Greensburg is always hiring qualified and caring caregivers. For more information on career opportunities, call 724-834-5720
About Senior Helpers
Senior Helpers is a premier in-home senior care provider in the U.S. with 311 franchised businesses operating across the globe. Founded in 2001 with a vision to help seniors who wish to remain in their homes despite age-related illnesses and mobility challenges, Senior Helpers has now cared for tens of thousands of seniors with a pledge to provide “care and comfort at a moment’s notice.” Senior Helpers offers a wide range of personal care and companion services, including trained Alzheimer’s, dementia and Parkinson’s care, to assist seniors who wish to live independently. Learn more by visiting http://www.seniorhelpers.com.
SOURCE Senior Helpers