NAMPA, Idaho (March 24, 2016) – Assisting Hands Home Care today announced a new franchise location in the Arlington Heights, Illinois territory near Chicago.
Daniellah Salario was awarded the Arlington Heights Assisting Hands franchise earlier this month. She is an adjunct professor at Harper College where she teaches English as a second language.
“I saw a need for quality in-home healthcare,” said Salario. “I cared for my elderly father and stepmom, and I saw the difference between senior care facilities and in-home caregiving.”
Salario looked at other in-home care franchises, but she did not find the level of compassion nor strong corporate structure that she found in Assisting Hands Home Care. “It’s evident that Assisting Hands’ owners are in business for the right reasons,” she added. “As franchisees, we’re encouraged to have our own personal touch. Assisting Hands was simply head and shoulders above the other in-home care franchises I looked into.”
“When you talk to Daniellah, It becomes immediately clear that she deeply cares for others and her community,” said Lane Koefoed, president and CEO of Assisting Hands Home Care. “I’m sure she’ll excel as a new member of our family.”
Salario will work with Assisting Hands Chicagoland Area Representative Rich Ueberfluss, who was also named Assisting Hands’ COO earlier this year.
Assisting Hands Arlington Heights is scheduled to open this fall.