Undoubtedly the business of care is not for everyone. It does involve a significant investment of emotion, after all human comfort and sometimes life is involved. When you add the need for a well-organized business opeation, here comes another ingredient requiring a certain kind of person. So who is setting a really quality example in long-term community based care in terms of excellence, organization and innovation in care?
Tons of female minorities who combine professionalism, instinct and training to make both home care and residential care an outstanding experience. This Blog highlights a series of articles, all to be made available to the press for publication starting April 9, 2018.
The first series will include Ms. Sharron Teamer and Ms. Jackie Bradfield of Oakland Haven, Inc. in Oak Park, Michigan; Ms. Denisea Ferguson of Majestic #1 Residential Care & Affordable Housing, Inc.; Mrs. Heidi Luter-Morton and Ms. Hope Lovell of Lovejoy Rehabilitation Centers, Inc. of Lansing and Livonia, Michigan and Ms. Amita Shah of Central Georgia Adult Day Health & Rehab, Inc. of Macon, Georgia.
The articles will focus on their drive, relationship building skills and added value of their businesses associated with their committed approach to regulatory compliance.
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