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By Scott Stanley
Caring Hands Caregivers, California
I was dealing with issues that a lot of agency owners share. Managing all the back-end operations and staying on top of regulatory changes was becoming increasingly time consuming. Plus, the caregiver shortage was getting worse as the number of professional caregivers available wasn’t keeping pace with the number of seniors needing care at home.
But what if we started sharing best practices with each other, creating some synergy to improve home care and make it more accessible? It would be better for our clients and allow people like me to focus less on daily operations and more on the big picture. I’m proud to say that we were the first agency to join the Honor Care Network to do just that.
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When I first heard about what Honor was doing to address home care challenges, I was excited—but also reluctant. Over the years, I saw the industry change drastically. Staying current on all the wage changes, new overtime rules, and local and state legislations is important. But it kept me stuck at my desk more than I liked. I knew having partners to handle those tasks for us would be great, but it felt a little like I’d be handing over my baby to a stranger.
- When I first heard about what Honor was doing to address home care challenges
- Staying current on all the wage changes, new overtime rules
- But it kept me stuck at my desk more than I liked
- I knew having partners to handle tasks for us would be great