The SYNERGY Difference is That You Make a Difference
There is a reason you are choosing to learn more about SYNERGY HomeCare – it’s about difference. About the difference between home care and other kinds of franchising opportunities, the difference between SYNERGY HomeCare and other home care organizations, and it’s about the difference that you want to make for yourself, for your family, and for others.
What will your services mean to your clients? Excellent home care is not just another product in a vast field of consumer goods, home care is a service for people who need and seek your help. You and your Care TEAM will provide independence and comfort to those in need. You’ll provide families with peace of mind. You’ll improve lives. And you’ll reinvent what it means to offer “personal service.” Let’s look at just two of the types of service you’ll be offering that make a very real difference.
Companionship may seem like a pretty simple service, but to your clients, it can make a world of difference. With SYNERGY HomeCare, you will offer emotional care to your clients who don’t have family or friends who can be with them all of the time. Home care companionship goes beyond simply spending time with people. More and more published clinical data show that low levels of emotional support and companionship are firmly linked to a variety of health problems, including deteriorating mental functioning and an increased risk of heart disease.
As the age of a loved one increases, the difficulty of carrying out personal and household tasks also tends to increase. Your SYNERGY HomeCare caregivers will offer confidential physical care for those who are unable to take care of themselves any longer. These services allow elders and those who are immobilized to stay safely in the familiar surroundings of their own homes where they feel most comfortable.
Helping the elderly stay longer in their familiar home environment is preferred. Moving out of your home at any age and under the best circumstances, such as a new job or to be near family, is stressful. It can lead to Relocation Stress Syndrome (RSS) [Mallick & Whipple, 2000]. It does not discriminate among those who have chosen to move, been involuntarily relocated, or been placed in a care facility. Symptoms can include exhaustion, sleep disturbance, anxiety, financial strain, grief and loss, depression, and disorientation. In older people, these symptoms can be worsened by dementia, mild cognitive impairment and poor physical health.
You will make a difference for yourself and for your family, through creating independence for your clients.