Louisville, KY– January 29, 2010 – Synergy HomeCare, one of the nation’s leading home care providers, today announced the opening of its new location in Louisville, KY.
The new Synergy HomeCare office is situated at 12700 Townepark Way in Middletown, near the intersection of Shelbyville Road and the Gene Snyder Expressway. The Louisville office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday providing care services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
“We recognize the need for high-quality companionship, personal care and homemaking assistance for people of all ages with a variety of needs,” said Suzie Tobin, co-owner of the new Synergy HomeCare of Louisville. “From senior care to help for those of any age suffering from debilitating illnesses and injuries, to aiding expectant moms, we are excited to provide expert care-giving solutions to the Louisville community.”
Suzie a former school teacher had been a caregiver for nearly ten years for her mother and mother-in-law, and also experienced first-hand the need for personal care, at any age, when she faced abdominal surgery while nursing a fractured ankle just a few years ago. Suzie & her husband Mitch, who has a background in financial & operations management, had been looking for a chance to give something back to their community and believe that the economic downturn made it even more important to start a local business that will bring jobs to the community while filling a growing need for high-quality non medical home care.
The new Synergy HomeCare of Louisville phone number is (502) 244-4187. Atwww.synergyhomecare.com/eastlouisville/, clients and families can find more information and request service. Caregivers can apply online or call the employment line, (502) 244-4188.
Synergy HomeCare was founded in 2002 in Gilbert, Ariz. and has become one of the fastest growing franchises in the nation. Ensuring the highest of standards, Synergy HomeCare creates personalized care plans for each client based on their specific needs and requests. They can provide service in as little as two hours after a request has been made and for as few or many hours a week as needed.