Home Helpers Expands Continuum of Care to Include Medical Services

Home Helpers, a national home care agency announced it’s providing medical services as part of its continuum of care.

“As Home Helpers continues to grow exponentially nationwide, we need to evolve to meet the needs of our clients,” said Emma Dickison, president of Home Helpers. “By adding medical services to our continuum of care, our professionally trained caregivers are able to continue caring for clients in the comfort of their homes longer than would otherwise be possible.”

With a presence in more than 600 communities, the new services will be available in starting in January 2012 at the participating franchises.

The services include medication management, care management, and vital signs monitoring.

“Home Helpers has a strong history of providing quality care, and we continually strive to lead the industry in helping make life easier while maximizing independence,” Dickison added.

John Yedinak

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