Senior Helpers is a leading provider of quality, compassionate, in-home care and assistance for the elderly. With offices throughout the country and around the world, they provide a comprehensive range of services to help facilitate comfortable and independent in-home living. By Nancy E. Williams
Senior Helpers is a leading provider of quality, compassionate, in-home care and assistance for the elderly. With offices throughout the country and around the world, they provide a comprehensive range of services to help facilitate comfortable and independent in-home living. From assistance around the house to full-time supervision, Senior Helpers is available to provide care and comfort at a moment’s notice.
Founded in 2002, Senior Helpers has established itself as an essential business in communities assisting the elderly. Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Senior Helpers has continued to prove just how essential its business is. Rob Cantrell, vice president of franchise development, said, “We took charge during challenging times. Our business answers the call to help those most vulnerable, with our heroic caregivers working safely in the homes of seniors across America.” Because senior citizens are vulnerable to COVID-19, it is especially important that they have caregivers who can go out and shop for groceries, pick up medications, and run various errands to ensure their safety. “We also secured Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and testing for COVID-19 upon request of our clients concerned with the safety of their loved ones,” Cantrell explained.
Senior Helpers also ensures that owners have all the tools they need to continue to operate world-class franchises. In a recent interview, Peter Ross, CEO and co-founder of Senior Helpers said, “We have been sending out daily COVID-19 bulletins along with a weekly Town Hall. Communication is critical during these uncharted times. We are the first national home care franchise to provide PPE to our franchisees.” And unlike many businesses that have experienced a downturn in volume due to the coronavirus, Senior Helpers has not. “We are seeing our services in high demand. With all of the businesses negatively impacted by this virus, it has created an abundance of caregiver applicants for us to add to our Senior Helpers family,” Ross said.
To learn more about Senior Helpers, visit their website at seniorhelpersfranchise.com.
– Nancy E. Williams