BALTIMORE, March 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Senior Helpers®, the nation's premier provider of in-home senior care, plans to grow through the acquisition of local, private in-home care companies in 2017. The Timonium, Maryland-based franchisor was purchased by Altaris Capital Partners, LLC in late 2016, which enables the organization to bring in many more in-home care companies under the Senior Helpers umbrella and expand into new territories including Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
"We have a lot of opportunity to continue on focused growth as we move to the future, and I believe our recent partnership with Altaris will help us with additional focus on where we need to go," said Peter Ross, CEO and co-founder of Senior Helpers. "We're going to continue to expand in our franchise development, and look at some corporate acquisitions of independent home care companies in areas where we don't have franchise locations sold, such as Winston-Salem. We now have access to the capital to do that, and it's an exciting time for us in that regard."
Founded in 2001 with a vision to help seniors who wish to remain in their homes – despite age-related illnesses and mobility challenges – Senior Helpers serves elderly individuals and their families around the world. Senior Helpers differentiates itself with its proprietary, specialized programs that have been developed in collaboration with leading medical experts. The company was the first provider in the industry to offer specialized care services for individuals with Alzheimer's, dementia and Parkinson's disease.
For more information about the company, visit http://www.seniorhelpers.com. To learn more about franchising opportunities, visit http://seniorhelpersfranchise.com or call Amy Petersen-Smith at (443) 921-1783.
About Senior Helpers
Senior Helpers is a premier in-home senior care provider in the U.S. with over 285 franchised businesses operating across the globe. Founded in 2001 with a vision to help seniors who wish to remain in their homes despite age-related illnesses and mobility challenges, Senior Helpers has now cared for tens of thousands of seniors with a pledge to provide "care and comfort at a moment's notice." Senior Helpers offers a wide range of personal care and companion services, including trained Alzheimer's, dementia and Parkinson's care, to assist seniors who wish to live independently. Learn more by visiting http://www.seniorhelpers.com.
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