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CareOne Senior Care Receives 2017 Best of Home Care-Provider of Choice Award

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CareOne Senior Care Receives 2017 Best of Home Care® – Provider of Choice Award

Southeast Michigan – CareOne Senior Care announced today that it has received the 2017 Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice Award from Home Care Pulse. The Provider of Choice Award is granted only to the top-ranking home care providers, based on client satisfaction scores gathered by Home Care Pulse, an independent satisfaction research firm for home care. CareOne Senior Care is now ranked among a select few home care providers across the country who have proven their ability to provide outstanding care.

“We want to congratulate CareOne Senior Care on receiving the Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice Award,” says Aaron Marcum, CEO and founder of Home Care Pulse. “Since this award is based on client feedback, it demonstrates their dedication to providing the highest quality of care with a focus on client satisfaction. We are pleased to recognize CareOne Senior Care’s dedication to quality professionalism and expertise in home care.”

 Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice award-winning providers have contracted with Home Care Pulse to gather feedback from their clients by conducting live phone interviews with their clients each month. Because Home Care Pulse is a third-party company, it is able to collect honest and unbiased feedback. CareOne Senior Care has earned the 2017 Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice award in the following satisfaction categories measured by Home Care Pulse: Recommended Provider, Impact on Daily Life, Work Ethic of Caregivers, Ability of Caregivers, Compassion of Caregivers, Communication provided by Provider and Client/Caregiver Compatibility.  CareOne Senior Care excelled in all categories surveyed by Home Care Pulse.

“We are very honored to be receiving the 2017 Best of Home Care-Provider of Choice Award!   We, at CareOne Senior Care, understand the challenges that families face when needing assistance at home with a loved one because we previously had in home care for my parents,” said Tim Seipke, Owner and President of CareOne Senior Care.  “Providing quality, affordable and reliable care to our CareOne Clients is our personal guarantee.  We take care of your loved one as though they were our own.” 

 “Our goal at Home Care Pulse is to empower home care businesses to deliver the best home care possible,” says Aaron Marcum. “We are happy to recognize CareOne Senior Care as a Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice and to celebrate their accomplishments as a trusted home care provider.”

About CareOne Senior Care

CareOne Senior Care was founded in 2014 by Tim Seipke and Carrie Akin.  CareOne is a proud member of The Senior’s Choice, the largest membership franchise in the world.   CareOne Corporate office is located in Novi, Michigan and provides exceptional service to Southeast Michigan, including Livingston, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Wayne Counties.  CareOne Senior Care can provide In home non-medical care from a few hours a day to 24/7 and live in assistance.   Whether your loved one needs a little extra support at home, is recovering from hospitalization/rehabilitation, is living with a chronic illness or has had a catastrophic event, the CareOne Care Team can help them live comfortably and safely at home.  Not sure if your love one is appropriate for home care?  Call the CareOne Senior Care office to speak with a Certified Senior Advisor and schedule a FREE client assessment. 

To find out more about CareOne Senior Care’s commitment to excellence, please visit www.CareOneSeniorCare.com or call 248-308-2777

About Home Care Pulse

Home Care Pulse is the industry's leading firm in satisfaction research and quality assurance. On behalf of home care businesses across North America, Home Care Pulse gathers unbiased satisfaction ratings from clients and caregivers and detailed feedback to ensure the best in-home care possible can be provided. Powerful online reports allow businesses to identify needs and take action to reduce increase satisfaction, reduce caregiver turnover, and address client needs. For more information, please call Home Care Pulse at (877) 307-8573 or visit homecarepulse.com.

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