The road from one destination to the next is not always a straight line. The inspiration to change her career path and to choose home care came in the form of a corporate layoff. By Elice Morgenson
The road from one destination to the next is not always a straight line. The inspiration to change her career path and to choose home care came in the form of a corporate layoff. Beckie Moultrie was motivated and had already been a franchisor and franchisee. She knew how to be a self-starter, but she hadn’t yet found a career that was fulfilling for her spiritually. She wanted to help the people in her community, and she realized that she could provide essential support by opening her own Assisting Hands Home Care® business.
Assisting Hands gives Moultrie the freedom to operate her office the way her own community needed. Each area has unique people with unique requirements that can’t just be met with one universal standard of practice. “At Assisting Hands, we’re driven by a mission to provide quality home care that families can trust, but each of us serves that mission uniquely. My talents may be different than another franchise owner’s talents. We each build our own office and craft businesses based on what we do well, then surround ourselves with others that fill in the gaps. Assisting Hands allows us to do that. No two offices are exactly alike, yet we have a framework within which we work to achieve the same goal,” said Moultrie.
Assisting Hands Home Care provides in-home caregiver services to people of all ages and situations, so they can remain in their homes. Many daily activities, such as changing bed sheets, can put a person with delicate health at risk of a fall or strain. Assisting Hands providers work directly with a patient’s healthcare professional to implement the exact care they need. Because of the extensive list of services that Assisting Hands provides, family members are able to have peace of mind in knowing their loved one is receiving quality care that helps them remain where they want to be – at home.
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– Elice Morgenson