BrightStar Care Expands Footprint In Easley And Piedmont
In-Home Care Franchise Opens New Location in Easley and Piedmont To Provide High Quality Care To Those In Need
February 10, 2021 // Franchising.com // Easley, South Carolina - BrightStar Care announced the opening of its newest location in Easley and Piedmont. The office will serve families through the Easley, Pickens, Pendleton, Lake Keowee, Powdersville, Clemson, Piedmont and Lake Jocassee areas.
BrightStar Care of Easley and Piedmont provides a higher standard of home care services, from personal care, transitional care, Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care and disability services. From their industry-leading employee screening and training, to Registered Nurse (RN) oversight on every individualized plan of care, BrightStar Care is committed to supporting each and every one of their clients and families, so that they are able to maintain their independence in conjunction with also managing their unique age- and health-related challenges with ease.
The new location is owned by Tim Deyton who comes from a background in ministry in the church and teaching at William Carey University and Anderson University. In February 2020, he attended Discovery Day hosted by BrightStar Care to learn more about the brand and after further consideration, he narrowed his choice down to BrightStar Care as the brand’s values matched his own. Tim chose BrightStar Care as his mother and in-laws needed care at one point and he saw how difficult it was to find the right in-home care he could truly trust. Additionally, he was attracted to BrightStar Care due to the fact they are Joint Commission Accredited, which is a widely recognized organization that accredits major health care systems.
“I was in ministry for more than 20 years, so finding a way to help others was a top priority” said BrightStar Care franchise owner, Tim Deyton. “I’m looking forward to providing a trustworthy and quality in-home care option for those in need in my local community.“
“I know that with Tim’s background being in ministry that he has a big heart in wanting to help the most vulnerable population,” said Shelly Sun, CEO and founder of BrightStar Care. “I’m confident that his dedication in lending a helping hand to those in need will benefit those in the area who are looking for in-home care.”
SOURCE BrightStar Care
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