With One You Love Homecare falling under the “essential business” category, David Giacobbo, president and CEO, has been busy helping families now more than ever. By Cindy Charette
With One You Love Homecare falling under the “essential business” category, David Giacobbo, president and CEO, has been busy helping families now more than ever.
According to a 2017 AARP* study, 90% of seniors preferred to be in their own homes as they age, and this was well before the onset of COVID-19. Unfortunately, those who have family members in senior-care facilities are faced with several difficult realities. Families can no longer come in to see their loved ones because doors have been closed to visitors. Additionally, in an environment where residents sometimes share rooms or have living arrangements close to one another, some facilities, although working hard to follow CDC guidelines, could have a difficult time keeping their most vulnerable residents safe.
For these reasons and more, many families are taking their loved ones out of these facilities and bringing them home. As a result, One You Love Homecare is busy with calls from those who now need assistance with necessary health care for their loved ones at home. Even in cases where a family is unable to remove a loved one from a facility, One You Love Homecare is also providing some peace of mind by sending carefully selected caregivers directly to the facility to provide one-on-one personal care.
A One You Love Homecare franchise is not only recession-proof, but it is pandemic-proof as well. While One You Love Homecare is an emerging brand that was founded in 2017 and franchised in 2019, Giacobbo is excited to share that six to seven franchise agreements are in process for summer openings. This brings the brand right on target for its goal of signing on at least 15 new franchisees by year’s end.
One You Love Homecare prides itself on providing only the best caregivers and offering comprehensive care plans that fit each unique situation, all with around-the-clock support. Knowing that One You Love Homecare will continue to provide much-needed services to families and their loved ones, Giacobbo said, “Our business is definitely thriving. I’m fortunate and grateful.” For more information about One You Love Homecare, visit oneyoulovehomecare.com.
*AARP Study available on the AARP website.
– Cindy Charette