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Looking Back on 16 Years of Service

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This month (September) marks the 16th Anniversary of Homewatch CareGivers of Charlotte. It was 16 years ago this month that all the labors of planning and preparation came together, and Homewatch CareGivers of Charlotte actually opened for service to the community.

We could not have been more pleased with the reception that we received in Charlotte. Everyone, from our families to our healthcare partners, has been wonderful to work with.

I often tell friends that I am the luckiest person in the world. Every morning I get up knowing that we at Homewatch CareGivers are going to make a difference in someone’s life that day.

Over the next several months, we will be looking back at some of the milestones that have made our work so rewarding. For now, let me express a sincere “thank you” to all in this community who have helped us along the journey.

– Phil Cooley, Owner, Homewatch CareGivers of Charlotte. 

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