After spending years in a corporate finance career, The Woodlands resident Chad Jolley began to think about what the next step in his life would be. Owning a business had always been one of Jolley’s goals but the service he provided had to be something extraordinary.
“I wanted something that gave the chance to give back some of the blessings I’ve experienced and add significance to my life,” Jolley said.
Jolley began exploring the options and found that Synergy HomeCare shared his ideals. “Synergy has a great history and they’re there whenever their customers need them, regardless of the hour. The support and flexibility they give to their franchise is unparalleled in any industry,” Jolley said.
Synergy HomeCare provides high-quality, non-medical home care to people in their homes. Caregivers are available on an hourly, daily, weekly or 24/7 basis, 365 days per year to senior, the convalescing or disabled and anyone else who needs help with daily activities. As a result of the high demand for Synergy HomeCare and the services offered, the company has plans to develop at least five more locations in the Greater Houston area. Potential clients can call any time of the day or night to request a caregiver and Synergy HomeCare responds. The company has spent years in the creation, development and application of its “quick-response” service. Synergy HomeCare’s proven recruitment system provides for the constant availability of caregivers. “I wanted to contribute more to my community and work in an industry that provides us with the personal satisfaction of helping others,” said Jolley. “I wanted to feel like, at the end of the day, I’ve made someone’s life better. Everyone that I’ve encountered at Synergy—from the caregivers to the case workers—are great people who truly care about their clients. I believe in the service so much that both of my parents use it at home in rural Oklahoma.” Jolley’s territory currently includes Spring, Aldine, Tomball, Cypress, The Woodlands and Jersey Village.
Whether warranted by an emergency or if they are convalescing, disabled or infirm, most people prefer to remain in the comfort, privacy and familiarity of their homes. Many people don’t want to move into an assisted living or nursing home facility unless they absolutely have to. Oftentimes, the only barrier to staying at home is finding adequate non-medical care.
Such needs apply not only to seniors, but also to wide-ranging situations such as an expectant mother who might need assistance with everyday tasks, an athlete sidelined by a serious injury or a worker hurt on the job and recovering at home. Synergy HomeCare caregivers are caring, compassionate, dependable and committed individuals who can meet a variety of needs.
For more information about Synergy HomeCare, please call Chad Jolley at 281-999-2273 (CARE) or www.synergyhomecare.com/nwhouston.