Providing In-Home Care is Making Headlines
Rancho Bernardo Caregiver Business Launches Program Aimed to Ease Hospital Readmissions
Assisting Hands Home Care Rancho Bernardo today announced the launch of "Safe Transition to Home," a program to ease hospital readmissions.
Pilot program targets gated communities to fight senior hunger
Robert Thomas of Assisting Hands Fort Myers volunteers at the Senior Friendship Centers, working to eliminate senior hunger.
Assisting Hands on Senior Connections TV
Tom and Jayne Falk are the featured guests on the March 26, 2013 episode of Senior Connections.
Assisting Hands Caregiver Named Caregiver of the Year
During a luncheon in September for "The Visionary Woman", a fund raising organization that supports the Orange County, Alzheimer's Association, one of our great caregivers Francis Dalisay, was selected from numerous applicants for the honor of "Caregiver of the Year!"
The celebrity guest was Shirley Jones, (The Partridge Family).
Way to go Francis!
Libertyville woman finds 'critical need' for home-care services
Jeannine Mattson, 59, of Libertyville is the owner of Assisting Hands Home Care of Libertyville, which provides clients with help so they can remain active as they grow older.
CEO Lane Kofoed's family and farm assist in welcoming new franchisees into the fold
Franchise Times writes about Assisting Hands® CEO Lane Kofoed in its article 'Ranch Hands'.
Hospitals readmission rates under scrutiny
In a preview of how well the nation's hospitals are doing at keeping elderly and disabled patients from returning too soon, a national study being released today indicates that too many hospitals are fumbling and could face penalties if they don't improve within a year.
Richard Ueberfluss Named Assisting Hands Home Care Franchisee of the Year
“Rich is an outstanding Assisting Hands business owner. He is smart, talented and dedicated to serving the elderly and disabled in Chicago. Rich is a top performer who surrounds himself with capable staff and educates those around him on the benefits of the non-medical, in-home care his team provides,” said Lane R. Kofoed, President & CEO of Assisting Hands Home Care.
Boise Franchise Industry Leader Urges Congress to Focus on Small Businesses as Part of Recovery
Lane Kofoed, CEO of Assisting Hands Home Care of Boise, Idaho met with members of the U.S. congressional delegation about how a return to pro-growth policies in Washington is critical to job creation by franchise small business owners during the International Franchise Association (IFA) 12th Annual Public Affairs Conference held in Washington Sept. 13-14.
Assisting Hands Names Lane R. Kofoed Chief Executive Officer
Assisting Hands®, a franchise system that provides non-medical caregiving services, today announced Lane R. Kofoed has been named chief executive officer effective January 1, 2011. Kofoed replaces franchising veteran and interim CEO, Dick Rennick.
Dick Rennick Serves as Interim CEO for Assisting Hands® Home Care
TEAM Rennick, franchise advocates, mentors and consultants, and Assisting Hands® in-home care franchise, today announced that Lane R. Kofoed has been named president of Assisting Hands. Mr. Kofoed will continue to serve as the company's chief operating officer. This move is a result of the time Dick Rennick, CEO and founder of TEAM Rennick, has spent as the Assisting Hands interim CEO.
Caregiver asks, "What can I give?"
Read the story by Katherine Jones of the Idaho Statesman about Sandi Pauls, recently named Caregiver of the Year, about her work as a caregiver and the joy she has brought to her clients." - Idaho Statesman
Assisting Hands Employee Named Caregiver of the Year
"Assisting Hands, an in-home care service for the elderly and disabled, announced Wednesday that employee Sandi Pauls recently received the Caregiver of the Year award from Idaho's HAPPEN (Healthcare Associates Providing Positive Education and Networking) organization." - Idaho Statesman
Sandy Mensonides, Manager in Fort Myers Region Recognized by Congress!
"It's not everyday you're invited to dinner with the President. But a Southwest Florida woman will have that honor next week because of her service to our community and our country." Fort Myers Broadcasting.
One of Assisting Hands own Franchise Team Members
The Wall Street Journal wrote about "Why in-home health care is one of the hottest concepts in franchising today."
USA Today wrote about how seniors and their loved ones are finding alternatives to traditional care facilities. Click here to read the entire June 24, 2007 article.
USA Today wrote about how informal caretakers are balancing family and career.
USA Today wrote about how to financially prepare yourself today for caretaking in the future.
USA Today wrote about how to tap existing assets to pay for long-term care.
Forbes writes about the booming senior care industry.