Hired Hands Homecare celebrates!


Posted on August 22nd, by Mark Winter in Homecare. No Comments

Hired Hands Homecare celebrates!

Friday, August 17 was a very proud day for the Hired Hands Homecare team.  Today, we had the honor of celebrating our First Anniversary of providing outstanding senior care in California to the communities of Pleasanton, Livermore and Danville.  The afternoon was shared with a large, distinguished group of local business owners and professionals.  We were honored to be joined by several clients, along with some of our amazing caregivers.  On top of that… the Mayor of Pleasanton dropped by for a special Ribbon Cutting to help celebrate!

Erin Winter, Hired Hands VP of Operations and current Homecare Director for the Pleasanton office, summed it up best when she stated:  “We are truly honored to be surrounded by so many amazing people.  In one short year we have had the opportunity to support many families, develop an amazing growing team of outstanding Caregivers, and jump start some really neat social service programs supporting our local seniors.  We are so fortunate to bring 20 years of Hired Hands Homecare experience to the Tri-Valley area, and it has been great serving our community in this first year in our Pleasanton office.”

Yet another celebration as Hired Hands Homecare celebrates 20 years of serving seniors and their families.  Hired Hands Homecare was started in 1994 in Mill Valley, CA, and now has offices in Novato, Santa Rosa, Napa and Pleasanton.

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