National non-medical home care provider to open Hudsonville location
HUDSONVILLE, Mich. — FirstLight Home Care, an award-winning provider of non-medical home care, announced today it will open a new location in the Hudsonville area in early 2019. The offices will be owned and operated by brothers, Jeremy and John Fellows, and Jeffrey Lamborne.
The Fellows and Lamborne currently own and operate the FirstLight Home Care location in Grand Rapids. Their business success has allowed them to expand operations and open a second office to better serve Western Michigan.
“Jeremy, John and Jeffrey have done an excellent job of providing top-notch home care in Grand Rapids,” said Jeff Bevis, FirstLight Home Care co-founder and CEO. “All across the country, the need for home care is growing. We are eager to extend FirstLight’s culture of care to meet this growing need and help improve the well-being of members of the Hudsonville community.”
The new FirstLight Home Care will serve the greater Hudsonville area, including Hudsonville, Jamestown, Georgetown, and Grandville. Qualified caregivers — home health aides and CNAs — interested in FirstLight career opportunities are encouraged to email email@example.com.
FirstLight serves seniors, adults with disabilities, new mothers, veterans, those recovering from surgery and other adults in need of assistance. Their caregivers help with many needs – from personal hygiene and household duties such as cooking, cleaning and running errands to mobility assistance and dementia care.
Since opening its first franchise location in 2010, FirstLight Home Care has experienced steady growth and is now operating more than 250 locations in 34 states throughout the U.S.
About FirstLight Home Care
FirstLight Home Care is a top rated non-medical home care provider with a network of offices that provides more than 100,000 hours per week in care for more than 4,800 clients in over 34 states. The company has created a new standard in home care by combining best practices with innovative approaches to make them an emerging market leader in a rapidly-growing industry. Their 4,700 caregivers provide companion and personal care services at private residences, assisted living and retirement communities, nursing homes, adult-family homes and group homes. Clients include seniors, new mothers, and individuals recovering from surgery, veterans, adults with disabilities and anyone 18 and over who might just need a little extra care or assistance.