For five years in a row, Homewatch CareGivers has been recognized as a Home Care Pulse ® Endorsed National Provider. This recognition is a reflection of how pleased clients are with the services provided by Homewatch CareGivers when the home care industry’s leading firm in satisfaction research and quality assurance gives their endorsement.
“When someone is looking for care for a loved one and faced with many decisions about cost and quality, knowing that our brand has repeatedly received among the highest overall client satisfaction scores can help them make a choice,” said Julie Smith, COO and President of Homewatch International, Inc. “Our thanks to the clients and caregivers who took the time to provide their feedback that helped us to earn this endorsement.”
Home Care Pulse ® is an independent third-party company that gathers feedback from clients and caregivers via random live phone interviews on a monthly basis with subscribing home care agencies. Home care providers are rated on a scale of 1-10 on everything from timeliness to quality of the care delivered, plus these home care clients can give more detailed feedback about their experiences.
“This is not an easy award to achieve and it is a testament of the quality of care Homewatch CareGivers continues to provide to thousands throughout the country,” said Aaron Marcum, founder and CEO of Home Care Pulse.
Many Homewatch CareGivers local offices earned a Home Care Pulse Best of Home Care awards in 2018 for Leader in Excellence, Provider of Choice and Employer of Choice.
It’s winter and time to be reflective as well as festive, and we’ve got the social media posts for all those feelings—joy, being cozy, celebratory and more. Download these social media posts today and share with your friends and family.
The holidays are all about family and friends, but when it’s not possible to gather together in person it’s time to get creative and look at things from a different perspective. Senior care holiday tips.
While certainly everyone needs to be on the lookout for flu symptoms during the fall and winter months, those who provide elder care and other types of caregiving need to be especially vigilant.