Home Care Assistance Receives 2015 Best of Home Care® Provider of Choice Award
Home Care Assistance is recognized for the fourth year as one of the top home care agencies in the country based on client satisfaction
(Albuquerque, NM – FEBRUARY 13, 2013, Home Care Assistance, a leading provider of in-home care for seniors, is honored to be recognized as a 2015 Best of Home Care Provider of Choice. This prestigious award is given to home care providers who rank in the top 50th percentile in 13 client satisfaction categories, based on anonymous client satisfaction interviews conducted by an independent researcher – Home Care Pulse.
“The Best of Home Care Awards recognize the leading home care businesses, the best of the best!” says Home Care Pulse Founder and CEO Aaron Marcum. “We are excited to announce these award-winners and celebrate their dedication to providing quality in-home care.”
Home Care Pulse created these awards to identify those agencies in the United States in the in-home care space that demonstrate a passion for client satisfaction and thereby help families make better care decisions for their aging loved ones.
“We are not interested in providing just basic care,” said Susan Bruketta, founder of Home Care Assistance. “We focus all our efforts on providing a more evolved type of care that really helps our Clients live a higher-quality, purpose-driven life. This award validates our efforts and we are so pleased and grateful to be recognized by our Clients.”
At Home Care Assistance, care plans are tailored to clients’ individual needs and preferences. Clients are also expertly matched with thoroughly trained, screened and conscientious caregivers. With a mission to change the way the world ages, Home Care Assistance helps seniors live well at home through innovative offerings such as their proprietary Balanced Care Method™, which emphasizes scientifically studied lifestyle behaviors of the longest living people on Earth, and the Cognitive Therapeutics MethodTM, an activities-based program designed to delay the onset and progression of cognitive decline.