What Its All About!


Posted on May 17th, by Mark Winter in Benefits of Home Care, Hospital Readmissions, Testimonials. No Comments

The Hired Hands Homecare Team has the amazing opportunity to help so many individuals and families on a daily basis.  That alone is an honor that we don’t take lightly, and we strive to not only assist, but to make a difference.  This morning, we received the below email, which truly personifies what Hired Hands Homecare is all about.  Yes, we must share!  Kudos to the Team for helping Elaine over a serious hump, and putting a lasting smile on her face!

Dear Kirsten,

I want to Thank You and your staff for doing everything in your power to accommodate me when I needed help.  You are a wonderful group and you provide excellent loving care.  I thank you for your understanding and compassion.

I saw my Ortho doctor on Tuesday and I am growing bone.  In fact, two bones are building a bone-bridge which strengthens my shoulder enough to take the sling off for an hour a day while doing very gentle rotations while bending over.  It hurts, but…

I know the day will come when I really need your services, and I know I will be asked by friends if I know any agency etc.  I do, and it will be my pleasure to refer you!

Thank you so much for all the good you do, and for your help on my behalf.

Sincerely,
Elaine M.
May 17, 2018





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