In-home care caregivers dedicated to providing quality home care services for seniors and the physically disabled across Pennsylvania continue to efficiently demonstrate growth and ongoing compassion for each client/consumer in their care.
Philadelphia, PA – September 22, 2017 – Age in Place Home Care, with home care locations throughout Pennsylvania dedicated to providing quality in-home care assistance, has announced the opening of two new offices in Philadelphia to help improve local community accessibility for all its Philadelphia clients while extending services to new consumers in the region.
This will allow, say Age in Place Home Care representatives, the organization’s in-home caregivers to continue to efficiently demonstrate compassion for each client through a myriad of services such as in-home care, Alzheimer’s/dementia care, disability care, respite care and more.
The new Age in Place Home Care offices are located at 4946 Parkside Avenue Suite B-1, Philadelphia, PA and 2301 East Alleghany Avenue Suite 307A, Philadelphia, PA.
“We are so very proud to have opened two new offices in Philly to help improve the quality of life of existing clients while extending our services to new consumers in the area,” says Carmen Mays, founder of Age in Place Home Care. “Whether it’s our unique and specialized Alzheimer’/Dementia Stimulation or Client Engagement Programs or our standard personal care and companion services that we’re renowned for, our new locations will continue the Age in Place Home Care tradition of demonstrating compassion for each and every client who looks to us for quality in-home care.”
As a privately-owned, full-service provider of non-medical home care, the Age in Place organization is registered to offer senior care services in 36 counties throughout Pennsylvania, with primary service areas including the counties of Berks, Bucks, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Northampton, Philadelphia, and Schuylkill. Age in Place’s founder, Carmen Mays, boasts over 30 years of RN experience and has brought Client Engagement and Dementia Stimulation Programs into the services mix, enabling clients to receive a more fulfilled and enriching life experience while also ensuring backup caregivers are available to minimize missed shift problems. What’s more, Age in Place Home Care’s new website, aptly located at www.AIPHC.com, offers easy-to-navigate elements with resources for the elderly, caregivers and family members.
“We are committed to assisting seniors and the physically disabled who prefer to stay at home where their quality of life is enhanced without the hardships and stress of interrupting patterns and changes in daily habits,” adds Ken Kristopovich, Age in Place’s Executive Director. “What we’re most proud of is the fact that our team’s compassion is equally matched with a ‘passion’ that fuses interest, enthusiasm, dedication and a sincere desire to serve – and we’re confident that the Community Development Managers of our new offices will share these driving characteristics.”
The part-time and full-time service alternatives as offered by Age in Place have been designed with clients and/or their loved one in mind, with company representatives understanding that every family situation and individual within that family is unique. Further, Age in Place reps conduct a thorough assessment profile for all new clients/consumers and his/her family, which is then used to select the caregiver that best matches their personality and interests.
More information about Age in Place Home Care’s locations can be obtained by visiting https://www.aiphc.com/location/.
Age in Place Home Care is headquartered at 600 West Germantown Pike Suite 400 in Plymouth Meeting and can be reached by calling (888) 990-4555. For more information visit www.AIPHC.com or email [email protected].