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Local Senior Helpers Franchise Wins Chamber Business Award

At Senior Helpers, we make it a priority to empower our franchisees to really make themselves a staple in their community. We want to give them the tools to operate a successful business and encourage active participation in the community. We’re proud of our Stratham, New Hampshire Senior Helpers franchise for being recognized for its stellar ownership and community involvement. We’re impressed by their initiative, forward thinking, and ability to make a real impact on the lives of seniors and their families.

About Senior Helpers of the Greater Seacoast

Our Senior Helpers office in Stratham is one of the premier home care agencies in the Greater Seacoast area, specializing in meeting the needs of elderly and home-bound patients in Rockingham and Strafford counties. They take pride in offering comprehensive, individualized care to elders seeking to age in place. Senior Helpers of the Greater Seacoast puts the highest degree of importance on dependability of service, continuity of caregivers and quality of life for our clients and their families. Having been caregivers for their own aging parents, franchise owners Dwight and Gayle Davis understand the challenges and rewards of caring for a loved one, and make it a priority to deliver reliable, professional service.

2018 Business of the Year

It comes as no surprise to us that our Senior Helpers franchise in Stratham has been named a 2018 Business of the Year by the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce. They were recognized at the Chamber’s annual event at the Ashworth by the Sea in Hampton, New Hampshire, and praised for the role they have played in the local Exeter Area business community.

The Business of the Year awards are modeled after the state awards presented by Business NH Magazine and the NH Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, and are given to Chamber members that are exemplary employers and corporate citizens. Terry Traynor, who represents the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, says, “With the shortage of workers in the healthcare sector in New Hampshire, Senior Helpers took the initiative to work with the U.S. Department of Labor, the N.H. Department of Labor, Apprenticeship USA-NH, and the Community College System of N.H. to develop and launch the first Home Health Aide Apprenticeship Program in the state. Terry added that “the company has also been the proud recipient of the 2015, 2016, and 2017 Provider of Choice Award from HomeCare Pulse, which conducts independent surveys with clients and their families.”

We are excited to see Senior Helpers of the Greater Seacoast keep making great strides in their local business community, and continue setting a positive example for Senior Helpers franchises nationwide. To become part of our award-winning team, or learn more about the opportunity, reach out to us today.

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