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Online PR News – 18-February-2011 – – Roseville, CA (February 4, 2011) – Always Best Care Senior Services, named by Entrepreneur magazine as the fastest growing Senior Care franchise system, today announced the company has entered into a partnership with Care.com, an online resource that connects families with trustworthy, vetted care providers. Always Best Care provides non-medical in-home care, assisted living placement services and skilled home health care through its network of more than 125 franchised locations throughout the United States.
“We are confident this partnership will benefit both organizations,” said David J. Caesar, Vice President of Franchise Operations for Always Best Care. “Care.com has become the most heavily trafficked website on the Internet for locating care givers, and we are honored that Care.com has recognized the value and quality of our services and outstanding care givers.”
Care.com has a particular strength in child and senior care, and also addresses the full lifecycle of care needs that each family may go through – including special needs care, tutoring, pet care, housekeeping and more. The service enables millions of families nationwide to find and select the best care possible based on detailed profiles, background checks, and references for over a million safety team-reviewed providers offering their services.
“Always Best Care is an outstanding match for Care.com,” explained Mr. Caesar, “as all of our care givers are bonded, licensed, insured and have undergone thorough background and reference examinations. And, unlike some of our competitors, our caregivers are our own employees – they work for us, and they’re not simply on-call independent contractors. We are proud to contribute to Care.com’s status as having the highest number of active, background checked care givers of any service, and provide nationwide coverage with providers within 10 miles of every zip code in each metropolitan area.”