Thriving Business Helps Elderly Stay At Home

October 12, 2011 by Mark | 0 Comments

New Zealand Herald:

The owners of Hamilton Senior Care, which enables elderly and infirm people to continue living at home, are selling the business as a going concern through Nick Stevens of Link Business Broking in Ellerslie.

The business is a franchised operation of US-based Home Instead Senior Care, which claims to be “the world’s largest and most successful” elder care franchise business.

Stevens says the mission of Home Instead Senior Care New Zealand is to provide elderly clients “with outstanding, personalised in-home care that helps maintain their quality of life, independence and dignity”.

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